Not the cheapest of places but they do fantastic pizza here. Located next to the escalator in Soho.
“Posh Chinese food place serving Peking and Szechuan style cuisine. Secret spot hiding under the mid-levels escalator with a small presence in the bustling SOHO neighbourhood. Must try the sour and spicy soup with seafood!”
“$$ Vegetarian wraps that are super affordable! Half-a-wrap will leave you full and not craving for meat at all. ”
“Nice park with amazing views, a harbour walk and recreational sports activities.”
“Horse racing became a fixture in Hong Kong in 1841 but enjoyment of this sport was originally confined to the city’s elite. Today, a trip to one of the city’s world-class tracks – Happy Valley on Hong Kong Island or Sha Tin in the New Territories – will confirm that it has very much gone mainstream since. The racing season starts in September and runs to July of the following year. Any meeting will provide a taste of the local passion for racing, with hundreds of fans armed with racing guides intently listening to radio commentary, gripping their betting sheets and cheering on their favourites. To experience all the real glamour and spectacle of the sport, try to see the Hong Kong Derby, the Queen Elizabeth II Cup or the ‘turf world championship’ Hong Kong International Races, when some of the richest racing purses in the sport attract horses and jockeys from all over the world and the competition is intense. Usually on every Wednesday night. ”