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Famous for its traditional Cantonese dishes, Tung Po is unrivalled for its lively and authentic “Dai Pai Dong” atmosphere.
Duck Shing Ho Egg Rolls0.1 MI / 160 METRE AWAY
Offering biscuit rolls made of wheat flour, butter, eggs, sugar and vanilla essence handmade daily following a traditional recipe.
Lee Keung Kee North Point Egg Waffle0.2 MI / 350 METRE AWAY
Known locally as "gai daan jai", these waffles comprise eggs added to a batter of sugar, milk, and butter and baked in a special honeycomb-shaped iron skillet. It is crispy on the outside and grocery on the inside!
North Point Pier Seafood Market0.2 MI / 250 METRE AWAY
Choose from a huge selection of live seafood and take in the lively atmosphere as locals celebrate their favourite pastime of eating out.
Traditional Old Stores
King’s Co. Slippers0.3 MI / 500 METRE AWAY
Opened since 1960, this shop sells locally-made embroidered house slippers at a very reasonable price.
Shanghai Kiu Kwun Barbershop0.1 MI / 130 METRE AWAY
Snipping away for over 30 years, this is one of the city’s last Shanghainese barber shops and caters for both men and women.
Chun Nam Noodle Factory0.2 MI / 270 METRE AWAY
Be amazed at the wide range of Chinese noodles available at this shop, established in 1946. They come in green, yellow and white colours made from egg, vegetable, rice, shrimp roe and more.
Wah Fung Chinese Goods Centre0.2 MI / 280 METRE AWAY
This typical Chinese emporium has been selling goods ranging from oriental tea sets, Chinese wine and clothing to jewellery and Chinese medicine since 1963.
Monster Building1.2 MI / 2 KM AWAY
Yik Cheong Building gained its 'Monster Building' tag for the tightly packed number of flats it contains and its photogenic contours, making it one of the most photographed Hong Kong locations on Instagram. It was featured in the 2014 movie Transformers: Age of Extinction.
Oi!0.6 MI / 900 METRE AWAY
This creative art space is housed in a 110-year-old two-storey building that was originally the base for the Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club.
Sunbeam Theatre0.1 MI / 230 METRE AWAY
This historical building is a landmark theatre in Hong Kong showcasing Cantonese opera. Built in 1972, it narrowly escaped being redeveloped into a shopping mall and still holds performance five days a week.
Chun Yeung Street0.2 MI / 350 METRE AWAY
A traditional local street market with trams trundling down the middle of the road, offering a glimpse of typical life a few decades back.
Aroma Walk0.4 MI / 700 METRE AWAY
Follow this trail along Sir Cecil’s Ride to Hung Heung Lo Fung peak to enjoy stunning green vistas and panoramic views of the city. A great vantage point to capture the sunset. This gentle hike takes around 40 minutes.
North Point Waterfront Promenade0.1 MI / 130 METRE AWAY
An ideal location for a stroll or jog in the fresh air is the newly-created 20-metre-wide North Point Waterfront Promenade that stretches for 400 metres along the harbour.
Sightseeing and Shopping
Harbour Cruise0.4 MI / 400 METRE AWAY
A must-do on any visit, a cruise around Victoria Harbour by day or night is a breath-taking experience taking in the vibrant splendour of the city – and the boarding pier is just a short stroll away from the hotel.
Hong Kong Tramways
The century old tramway is one of the earliest forms of public transport in the metropolis and is the best way to explore the city.
Shopping complex adjacent to the hotel and link through the podium with a variety of lifestyle outlets and eateries.