Think that Sai Wan Ho is only a residential hub? Think again. From bustling food markets to a picturesque harbour park and a film archive which offers a glimpse of Hong Kong’s rich cinematic heritage, we dig out the best gems in the neighbourhood and why it deserves to be on your radar.
Where to Eat and Drink
Tai On Building
Hong Kong’s answer to Taiwan’s Shilin Night Market, Tai On Building has long been a perennial favourite amongst locals to get their street food fix. Located just a stone’s away from the Sai Wan Ho Station, the ground floor of this 1960s-style residential block is packed with a plethora of food stalls serving up authentic, delectable local and Asian delicacies—such as siu mai dumplings, egg waffles, beef entrails, stinky tofu, and many more. Don't miss out on the boneless Hainan chicken rice and Taiwanese scallion pancakes, too!
Tai On Building, 57-87 Shau Kei Wan Road, Sai Wan Ho, Hong Kong
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