Often parroted as Hong Kong’s most “up-and-coming” neighbourhood, Wong Chuk Hang maintains its relaxed appeal with a number of covert ventures tucked into its many industrial buildings. Contrary to the grungy vibe of the place, there is more to the area than meets the eye—much of the area’s charm lies in its ability to inspire a veritable treasure hunt, be it looking for the next surreptitious art gallery or taking an ornery old-fashioned lift up to a rooftop café. The next time you’re looking for a break, make your way down south for a city escape with these five things to do.
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(This story originally appeared on HongKongTatler.com)
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