WANDERING IN WAN CHAI
Linking together the retail floors of Hopewell Centre, QRE Plaza, Wu Chung House and GARDENEast, The East offers a fine array of culinary choices from world-class restaurants to stylish casual eateries, plus a host of lifestyle shops and outlets, making it the trendiest dining and entertainment hub in Wan Chai.
No. 129-131 Queen's Road East
Comix Home Base/Green House Grade 2 Historic Building No 1-11 Mallory Street and No 4-12 Burrows Street
Green House is now used as Comix Home Base, a collaborative redevelopment project from the Hong Kong Arts Centre and the Urban Renewal Authority. It is not only a popular cultural spot in Wan Chai, but also the first arts community for home-grown comics and animation in the Territory.
No. 197-213 Queen's Road East
No. 264 Queen's Road East at Wan Chai Road crossing
Stone Nullah Lane
Situated on the hillside of Bowen Road, Lovers’ Rock resembles a stone pen sticking out of a stone base. This extraordinary rock formation is said to have long granted happy marriages to devoted worshippers, and still attracts plenty of men and women who seek everlasting love.
Street hawkers were common after World War II, providing cheap daily goods and food to local residents. This open market was a popular setting for films, like The World of Suzie Wong. Moreover, Tai Yuen Street is famous for its toy shops, a paradise for many toy-lovers.
No. 55 Ship Street
Built in 1918 by the tycoon Mr. To Chun-man, Nam Kou Terrace is special in its fusion of Western and Chinese architectural styles. It is also called the “Red House” due to its red brick exterior.