8 March 2017


Last week I was in Hong Kong to spot the nicest addresses for you to visit. I will share my Tried & Tested reports (the addresses you have to visit when you’re there) soon, but today I like to show you what more caught my eye during those days in Hong Kong. The area you have to visit if you’re searching for the most beautiful addresses is Sheung Wan. Lovely streets with street art on the walls bring you to places like YardbirdDon’t miss PMQ, a former police station turned into an independent shopping complex which some restaurants too – like Aberdeen Street Social of Jason Atherton. I’ve stayed at Tuve Hotel, a hotel that was inspired by Lake Tuve in Sweden, and is a must for people searching for serenity. You can easily take the metro from there to the city.


Tin Hau District


The check-in counter at Tuve Hotel, a hotel inspired by the Tuve Lake in Sweden. 


Admiralty district





Entrance of Cafe Gray Deluxe at Upperhouse in Hong Kong


Central district


Mercato, the latest restaurant of Jean-Georges, designed by famous Chinese architect duo Neri & Hu



The Louis Vuitton perfume pop up store in The Landmark


Kennedy Town district



Little Creatures Brewery in Kenneth Town



Sheung Wan district



Street art everywhere!



Little Bao is a must visit – run by best Asia chef 2017 May Chow. 




One of the independent shops in the PMQ building



Sohofama inside the PMQ-building




Grassroots Pantry 



Repulse Bay 



Pictured: Classified. Limewood next door is also a recommendation!


See more Hong Kong recommendations on www.petitepassport.com/tag/hong-kong 

My trip is sponsored by Cathay Pacific.


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