This walk will take you along the famous streets of Soho, one of Hong Kong's liveliest entertainment hubs. It's a colourful mix of western and Asian cultures, and there's a lot to take in. You'll find old locals gossiping in Dai Pai Dong and young expats from all over the world sipping on cocktails, while businessmen rush between meetings and tourists snap away at the whole bustling scene.
Alyssa and Mina, who are students at the nearby City University of Hong Kong, point out the best bars, clubs, restaurants and markets in the area. Allow time to stop for a drink and a meal along the way.
Mid-levels Escalators, The Hotel LKF Tower, PMQ
Start at Exit D2 of Central MTR Station.
Places to stop along the way:
Life Cafe Restaurant, PMQ, Hollywood Road, LKF
Best time to walk:
Lunchtime (11:00 - 12:30), or Happy Hour (17:00 - 20:00)
Look out for the street names carefully as the intersecting roads can get very confusing. If you get lost, a quick glance at the map on your screen will get you back on track.
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