Hong Kong Rugby Sevens Visitor's Guide

Street Walk: Wan Chai

The weather is perfect for a day out sightseeing, so put your comfiest shoes on and get up close and personal with the city and its inhabitants.  Wan Chai is a perfect showcase of how the old and the new are blending perfectly together.

street walk wan chai Nam_Koo_Terrace

Duration:  4-5 Hours 小時

Starting Point  起點
MTR Wan Chai Station, Exit B2
The Pawn  和昌大押
A beautifully preserved building, formerly a pawn shop and now an atmospheric restaurant and bar.
66 Johnston Rd., Wan Chai.
曾是一家老當鋪;經古蹟活化成為一所集展覽、休閒娛樂的灣仔新地標! 灣仔莊士敦道66號
Ship Street  船街
The chic side of Wan Chai, this area has been gentrified and now boasts of hip new tapas bars, dessert shops and more.
Nam Koo Terrace 南固臺
The two-storey red brick building is a Halloween favourite for its haunted appearance.  No. 55 Ship Street, Wan Chai.
這座兩層高紅磚建築是萬聖節期間“鬼”跡探索熱地。 灣仔船街55號。
Hung Shing Temple 洪聖古廟
Formerly overlooking the seafront, this pretty tileroofed temple was built before 1847.
129-131 Queen’s Road East, Wan Chai
始建於1847年,原坐落於海邊。 灣仔皇后大道東129-131號。
Wan Chai Market 灣仔街市
his wet market spills out into the streets. Hong Kong’s grassroots character at its finest.
Lockhart Road 洛克道
The core of Hong Kong’s pub scene, the west end of Lockhart Road is decked in neon, advertising every kind of bar you can imagine.
End Point:
MTR Wan Chai Station 港鐵灣仔站