City Guide: Hong Kong in 48 Hours — Day Two

Where to eat, drink and shop when in the World’s Most Vertical City.



After all that impressive alcohol intake last night, give your liver and body a little TLC with a healthy but indulgent breakfast at Prune Organic Deli & Workshop.


While you’re in Sai Ying Pun, stroll to PoHo, a treasured neighbourhood where you’ll find vintage knickknacks at InBetween and killer kicks at Chum5.


Catch the train to Tin Hau and walk over to Tai Hang’s cool hipsterville. Stop at Hong Kee Congee for freshly made steamed rice rolls and then scour the streets for locally designed fashion and homewares. Start at Feelsogood Interior Design Ltd.


Meander to Wan Chai and delve into the shops in and around Star Street From macaron-meets-design sanctuary Jouer Atelier to exclusive couture at Sonjia, a few good hours here will satisfy your inner designer thirst. A pitstop at Rabbithole Coffee and Roaster might come in handy.


It’s time for that refreshing drink along with some nibbles to keep you going until dinner. TED’s Lookout or The Pawn will definitely take care of that.


Make your way to Central and get on the ferry for Kowloon just before 8pm to catch the Symphony of Lights show. Be sure to bring your camera.


From the pier at Kowloon, take a short cab ride to WHISK, where fine dining awaits. Sit back and prepare to be blown away by the chef’s charm and gastronomic menu.


Make your way to Temple Street Night Market and Ladies’ Market, where you can hone your bargaining skills.


hen head back to the island and continue where you left off the night before. For something truly memorable, head to Sai Ying Pun and play a game of gin at Ping Pong 129.


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