Wan Chai has a lot to offer, including interesting architecture together with the best restaurants and bars in the city. Here’s a pick of some of the best things to do in this neighbourhood.
Hung Shing Temple
Built between 1847 – 1852, as an altar upon a rock. Numerous farmers, sea traders and fishermen would come here to worship their deity. Due to the changes in the city and the development that occurred, the temple because situated further inland. However, it’s still very much in use and can be reached without a hassle from any Wan Chai hotel.
This park was opened to the public in October 2011, providing a much-needed green escape within Hong Kong. The park covers an area of 1.76 hectares and is an 11-minute drive from Dorsett Wanchai Hong Kong. Offering beautiful views of Victoria Harbour, it’s an elegant and minimalistic park emitting a certain sense of peace.
Hong Kong Arts Centre
Highlighting art within the community, the Hong Kong Arts Centre is a non-profit organization. This centre has played a rather large role in promoting Hong Kong’s contemporary art and culture for the past 38 years and continue to provide programmes that are held within their facilities.
This interesting monument is a must to visit if you’re visiting Hong Kong with your partner. This monument symbolizes the traditional belief that the rock is home to the God of Love. It’s said that the crimson stained rock has become a symbol of luck and fortune.