At Book Punch in Sham Shui Po, in Hong Kong’s Kowloon district, owner Pong Yat-ming offers home-grown vegetables and home-made soap with some purchases as opposed to discounts. Photo: K.Y. Cheng At Book Punch in Sham Shui Po, in Hong Kong’s Kowloon district, owner Pong Yat-ming offers home-grown vegetables and home-made soap with some purchases as opposed to discounts. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
At Book Punch in Sham Shui Po, in Hong Kong’s Kowloon district, owner Pong Yat-ming offers home-grown vegetables and home-made soap with some purchases as opposed to discounts. Photo: K.Y. Cheng

Where to go in Hong Kong neighbourhood Sham Shui Po, from art spaces and book stores to coffee shops and vegan food

  • Recently voted the world’s third coolest neighbourhood by Time Out, Sham Shui Po was once the beating heart of the city’s textile industry
  • Now it’s home to a vibrant arts scene, as well as hip coffee joints, retro stores, a pottery hub and a bookshop with a difference

Topic |   Hong Kong culture
At Book Punch in Sham Shui Po, in Hong Kong’s Kowloon district, owner Pong Yat-ming offers home-grown vegetables and home-made soap with some purchases as opposed to discounts. Photo: K.Y. Cheng At Book Punch in Sham Shui Po, in Hong Kong’s Kowloon district, owner Pong Yat-ming offers home-grown vegetables and home-made soap with some purchases as opposed to discounts. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
At Book Punch in Sham Shui Po, in Hong Kong’s Kowloon district, owner Pong Yat-ming offers home-grown vegetables and home-made soap with some purchases as opposed to discounts. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
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