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Best Things to Do in Wan Chai - 6 ultimate things to do!

The Wan Chai is home to some of the most fascinating buildings along with some excellent restaurants and pubs. There is not much you can't find in this bustling neighbourhood but here's our selection of the finest things to do here in Wan Chai.


Shopping at street markets

There are several street markets scattered across the region, but Wan Chai's 'toy street' boasts the most stalls and retailers. The streets here are full of character and give a unique look into life in this lively neighbourhood, retailing almost everything from flowers, turtles, toys, vegetables, and live seafood. And if you're looking for accommodation from where you can get to places easily, then you can check out a Wan Chai hotelin the area such as Dorsett Wan Chai Hong Kong.


Taking in the view from the rooftop bar

Ride the Wooloomooloo elevator to the top level and walk down a short flight of stairs to the diner's open-air patio. Although the view of the port is somewhat obstructed by neighbouring high-rises, it is nevertheless spectacular. You could really see the Happy Valley Racecourse as well as the hills beyond at the other end. The location right in the middle of the neighbourhood provides a unique perspective on Wan Chai's everyday rush and bustle.


Listening to live music at The Wanch

This Hong Kong classic should not be missed if you're looking for inexpensive drinks plus live music any night of the week. They're advocates of local musicians and offer joy to everyone who walks through the door. The greatest advice we can provide is to go in with an open heart and see the magic that occurs.


Singing your heart out

This is one of the most prominent late-night warbling places in the city. A private area with a large screen and many microphones may be rented at Red MR. The waiters will serve you as many beverages as you like, and the cuisine is also very good. When you've had enough of the crooning, there is beer pong as well as table football. However, if you intend on singing all night, the song choice is enormous, covering all Cantonese plus Western standards. Just make absolutely sure your microphone is fully charged when you go on stage.


Wan Chai Computer Centre

Wan Chai Computer Centre provides everything you might want in terms of digital retail therapy. From cables to adaptors for gadgets you had no clue that existed are displayed here, as well as all sorts of laptops, cameras, monitors, phones, and tablets imaginable. If you're searching for a good deal but don't fancy the idea of heading to the markets in Mong Kok, this is one of the best venues on the island to satisfy your inner nerd.


Strolling down the Lee Tung Avenue

Lee Tung Avenue was a divisive project when it was created since it required the removal of a large number of ancient structures. The pedestrianised boulevard is now lined with colonial-style buildings that house high-end stores and trendy cafes. Whether you love it or despise it, it's always worth a look.

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