Discover Hong Kong like a local
Dive into Hong Kong’s enchanting neighbourhoods and discover a unique mix of colonial history, local tastes and endless shopping. Book your ticket today and fly with the airline that knows Hong Kong best.
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Located just steps away from the towering skyscrapers and neon streets, these hip spots will keep you coming back for more. Walk along the history-steeped streets or discover hidden treasures in bustling hawker bazaars. Then, unwind with a cup of luscious milk tea before taking that instagrammable shot of your favourite Hong Kong moment.
Visit one of the city’s most historic and vibrant neighbourhoods and experience the best of what Old Town Central has to offer. A unique mashup of the traditional and contemporary, this area is home to independent shops, art galleries, captivating street art, as well as mouthwatering local and international cuisine and a renowned nightlife hub.
Discover the vibrant Old Town Central
A diamond in the rough, this working-class neighbourhood offers many hidden gems, whether it’s deliciously authentic local cuisine or creative concept stores opened by local designers. If you’re looking for a new style, check out the many fashion vendors in the area and you’re bound to score a great bargain.
Discover the charms of Sham Shui Po
A Michelin-recommended street food made with sugar and studded with red beans.
Kwan Kee Store
115-117 Fuk Wa Street, Sham Shui Po, Kowloon
Percolated in a stocking-like filter, stocking milk tea is smooth and creamy in texture, and a favourite amongst locals.
Lan Fong Yuen
2 Gage Street, Central, Hong Kong Island
An enduring example of the theatre and festivity of a Chinese market where opera singers, fortune tellers, hawkers and dai pai dongs jostle for space.
Temple Street, Yau Ma Tei, Kowloon
Former Central Police Station, Central Magistracy and Victoria Prison, the largest historic complex in town is now an arts and culture centre.
10 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong Island
A site with several layers of historical significance, PMQ (short for Police Married Quarters) has been revitalised as a hub for creative and design industries.
35 Aberdeen Street, Central, Hong Kong Island
A jungle of exotic blooms and scents where dozens of shops and wholesalers sell luck-bringing blossoms and houseplants.
Flower Market Road, Prince Edward, Kowloon