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This is a nice large clean venue for Cantonese dim sim lunch. It is located within the Hong Kong City Hall where one will find many other civic activities going on. The variety of dishes on offer are many and much more than one can...More
I love the atmosphere of the concert: Chinese folk orchestra with standardized mode and improved acoustic, people come here to enjoy their culture. This shows the real vibe of the city. The hall’s acoustic may be a bit worse than HKCC for orchestra music but...More
Impressive building which seems like its located no where special. When you arrive it's typical of a concert hall lots of space and stairs. The view towards the harbour is worth the trip, special Yum Cha located upstairs.
Been here many times in the past 40 years for yum cha. Love it still with some traditional dim sums that other places stop doing.
Always a long queue but discovered that you can queue online thru the Food Gulu app. Darn!
This is the oldest City Hall of Hong Kong. Built about 50 years ago. There are two blocks, high and low. On the low block there is a concert hall, a theatre and an exhibition centre plus a Cantonese restaurant and western cafe. On the...More
If you are in Hong Kong for any length of time you will certainly become familiar with this centrally-located center and concert hall but I want to stress that it is a good way to see what is going on around town with its very...More
It was the second time I attended a performance there. 12 years ago I saw Mamma Mia and now Bizet's opera Carmen . It didn't change much during this period except for a new service yielded by a group of the electronic ticket machines ....More
We walked through to get to a restaurant and it was quite different from what I'd expected. There is plenty of open space and seems popular for photos of couples getting married - we saw two couples in a short space of time.
When people think of Hong Kong, most imagine movies with famous skyscrapers dominating the skyline. The area widely known as Central is the major financial hub and entertainment district, which truly lives up to the saying, “work hard, play hard.” Bars stay open late into the night and there just happens to be a street party every weekend. Although everything seems to be operating at lightning speed, Central is full of
quiet, hidden gems. Nestled between office towers are wet markets and some of the city’s oldest restaurants dating back to the 1960s. Feeling a bit overwhelmed? Retreat from the crowds by exploring beautifully restored historical buildings and even a green oasis of botanical gardens.