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JUICE
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Shine
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The Flying Pan
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Morning Trail
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ten feet tall
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La Cantoche
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Brickhouse
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Elephant Grounds
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K-ROLL
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Salon Number 10
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Yardbird
Hong Kong

Hong Kong Community Guide

Hong Kong is known as the city that never sleeps in the east. It's brimming with culture, food and possibilities. Its contrasting blends of seaside, rural, mountains and endless skyscrapers combined with the mix of feng shui, trams and temples make the city so vibrant, chaotic and exciting. This community guide hosts some of our favourite places to go trippin in the city.

Hong Kong is known as the city that never sleeps in the east. It's brimming with culture, food and possibilities. Its contrasting blends of seaside, rural, mountains and endless skyscrapers combined with the mix of feng shui, trams and temples make the city so vibrant, chaotic and exciting. This community guide hosts some of our favourite places to go trippin in the city.

JUICE

"One of Hong Kong's first streetwear stores, the founders were the first to bring many of the big brands to Hong Kong. It’s got the city’s best selection of shoes & sneakers"

Shine

"Shine is one of the most renowned high end clothing store in hong kong, carrying a curated collection of the top designers like Martine Rose, ALYX, Maison Margiela, OAMC.


They make sure to also carry more niche, rising labels like Angel Chen and Eckhaus Latta keeping them at the forefront of the Hong Kong fashion scene"

The Flying Pan

"The go-to spot for an all day breakfast. The 50s style diner is open 24 hrs, making it a great after hours spot or to nurse your hangover the next morning"

Morning Trail

"One of the best things about Hong Kong is its diverse landscape, so it's great to experience a bit of the city's green space. Morning Trail is the spot for locals to do some morning exercise or get lost on the weekend. We suggest you ignore the name and head up in the evening as the path is well lit and the views are pretty special at night. The trail to the top takes around 2 hrs, but you can always take the tram one way if you aren't feeling up for it"

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ten feet tall

"ten feet tall has seriously upped the levels for reflexology and foot massage parlours in the city. The clean modern spa has comfy beds and sofas and a range of rooms to accommodate groups of all sizes. It's a world away from the hundreds of foot massage parlours in the city and for a fraction more in price"

La Cantoche

"Chilled out hip-hop beats provide a soundtrack, old-school films like 'Back to the Future' or 'Ghostbusters' are projected onto a wall and a foosball table welcomes guests at the entrance. The aim is for diners to feel at home.


A canteen style french bistro, offering up down-to-earth food that attracts its fair share of regulars. With impeccable service and good wine to boot, La Cantoche is everything it claims to be – an unpretentious, quirky and fun dining spot where the food is all flavour and no nonsense"

Brickhouse

"Billed as the place with no rules, Brickhouse is a go-to for a meal out with friends. It's all about the food and people here. Flavour-packed Mexican street food with a buzzy, hip vibe. Tuck into the spicy array of South and Central American food then wash it down with an aperitif from their 60-shot tequila board"

Elephant Grounds

"Independent and locally grown micro brewery. It's not only the locally roasted coffee that draws cafe-fiends from across the city, but also the crazy good ice cream sandwich menu. Go for the salted caramel ice cream with dark chewy chocolate chip cookies rolled in crunchy caramel popcorn"

K-ROLL

"A little lunch spot set up by three friends serves some of the freshest on-the-go Korean food. They’ve put a creative spin on Korean classics, like the shrimp korritto (i.e. a Korean burrito), a wrap filled with rice, tempura shrimp, fried dumpling skin, plenty of veggies and some magical Korean seasonings or the bulgogi kimbap roll which is a must try. Plus, all their take-away packaging is 100% recyclable"

Salon Number 10


"Being on a quiet street like this you wouldn't expect much, but the hobbit style door and fish eye window give you an idea of what's to come. The loosely enforced members only bar draws in a quirky, eclectic crowd that matches its interior. Settle in and take advantage of their inventive drinks menu, try the earl grey tea and elderflower liqueur infused ‘narcissist’ or stay classic and get one of the best dirty martinis in town"

Yardbird

"Known for Japanese Yakitori, Yardbird has become a Hong Kong staple. The experimental dishes attract a large crowd, so be sure to get down early to avoid queuing and sharing is caring at this place, so order lots of small dishes and try a bit of everything"