After the Causeway Bay station on the blue MTR line, people tend to have less reason to venture to the Chai Wan direction and head towards the Eastern district. Fortress Hill is predominantly a residential area, but other than eating and walking around, there are interesting things to do and see around the neighbourhood. Try spending a day in the quiet area of Hong Kong Island and see a different side of Hong Kong!

Oil Street Art Space

Oil Street Art Space is a government organization that aims to spark a passion for art among the community. Normally the audience can only act as passive observers in art exhibitions, but the “Bâtiment – Oi!” exhibition encourages visitors to actively participate and bring the work to life. The aim of the exhibition is to disrupt our notion of reality, but it’s plain fun to see people hanging off buildings in the reflection!

Tim Ho Wan

People tend to have the misconception that Michelin-starred restaurants are pretentious and unaffordable, but the average joe can enjoy Michelin-starred dim sum at Tim Ho Wan. With an array of traditional dim sum delicacies available (e.g. BBQ pork bun, fried turnip cake and steamed egg cake), this restaurant branch attracts a large number of locals and tourists on a daily basis. If you want to get your dim sum fix at a cheap and affordable price, this is the place to go.

Le 188° Restaurant & Lounge

If you fancy a luxurious afternoon tea session with a stunning view of the harbour, head on over to Le 188° Restaurant & lounge at Harbour Grand Hotel. Situated on the 44th floor of the hotel, the restaurant provides a panoramic view of the Hong Kong Island and Kowloon harbour. To catch the sunset view, head on over to the restaurant on weekends or public holidays between 3-6pm.

“Wo Ping” Vintage Glasses Shop

If you like to stand out from the crowd, release the inner fashionista in you and shop for vintage glasses at “Wo Ping” on Electric Road. The shop may not look like much on the outside, but the inside includes a wide range of glasses frames that will take you back in time. As the shopowner Mrs. Tang has 40 years of experience in selling glasses frames, she’ll find the perfect pair for you to complete your outfit!

Lotus Leisures Massage Parlour

After a long day of walking and shopping, unwind and relax at the Lotus Leisures Massage Parlour situated on Whitfield road. This is not your average massage place – other than providing a wide array of massage sessions including the distinctive four-handed massage, the massage parlour also provides exclusive tea and coffee services and a 3D TV to go along with your relaxing massage. To maximize your massage experience, we recommend booking an appointment in advance.