From Aberdeen to Tsim Sha Tsui: What to do in Hong Kong for your Easter staycation
PUBLISHED : Thursday, 02 April, 2015, 3:11pm
UPDATED : Thursday, 02 April, 2015, 10:54pm
Writers and photographers from the SCMP's 48 Hours team have been out and about recently in some of Hong Kong's most interesting neighbourhoods. Find out what to see and where to eat and drink, day and night.
Prince Edward is … a place that knits together all the threads of Hong Kong life
Step off the ferry ... and you enter a kind of decompression chamber
The particular charm of Kennedy Town endures, with its ... end-of-the-line feel
Star, Sun, Moon and St Francis streets have become an island of tranquility
It's a bit grungy, kind of like how the Meatpacking District was [in New York]
Sai Kung has become a shopping destination. But ... the selection remains eclectic and down to earth
For now, it seems to have struck a balance between traditional and trendy and is as friendly as ever.
And for night owls ...
... One of the last of a dying breed of true Hong Kong dives
The drinks are strong, the music good, and the people-watching second to none.
A slew of new bars and restaurants have opened in the neighbourhood's narrow, hilly streets