WanChai is located in Hong Kong Island. It is at the city centre and a extremely busy commercial area. Not only you can see the commercial building and the iconic Bauhinia square, many historical shops and residential buildings are located here.
Today, we will take a walk in the Black’s Link where we took a bus from WanChai. Our walk was finished in WanChai again where we enjoyed our dinner at a traditional style SiChuen Restaurant.
Below google route show you the way we walk from WanChai MTR station to bus stop. We took the route via Tai Yuen Road because there are a lot of local shops and stalls to see. Tourists are strongly recommend to to go Tai Yuen Road but be careful
The Tai Yuen Street.
This is the bus station where you take the bus 6 to Wong Nai Chung Reservoir Park station.
This is the Wong Nai Chung Reservoir Park station.
To walk to Black’s Link from the bus station, please follow the below google route.
The start of the Black’s Link where you can see a number of luxury houses in Hong Kong. A Real Estate Walk!
After walking for like 15 minutes, the Black’s Link turns to the Hong Kong Trail Sec 4. You can see the gorgeous view of the Deep Water Bay.
This is the end of Hong Kong Trail Sec 4/Black’s Link where these is a Wan Chai Park.
After taking a break in the park, we went to the Dutch Lane.
The Dutch Lane is a beautiful track with city view.
Remember to take the exit of Bowen Road. This is the road that you need to walk down a lot of stairs.
After all the stairs, we will arrive at the Bowen Road Park.
The Bowen Road Park leads us right to the Hopewell Centre.
Hopewell Centre is the first circular skyscraper in Hong Kong. There is a revolving buffet restaurant located on the 62nd floor. This is a best place for your to enjoy the Hong Kong night view with dinner or lunch.
Below are some pictures of its lobby.
The Beijing Home in Hopewell Centre is a strongly recommended restaurant, which serves traditional Beijing Cuisine. The most amazing details of this restaurant is its decoration. I will explain the details one by one below.
The entrance is decorated with traditional Terracotta Army and wedding setting.
Some of the table is equipped with a fish tank so that you can dinner with the goldfishes.
There are three private rooms which are nicely decorated with vintage furniture, antique and traditional Chinese painting.
The utensil that they use are vintage too. This restaurant just take us back to the 1800 -1900s.
The food there did not disappoint us too!
This food here is relative cheap compared to the decoration here. Considered eating in this marvelous environment with all the goldfishes and antiques.
After the dinner, we went to the Lee Tung Avenue. The Lee Tung Avenue was previously an old street filled with traditional wedding invitation card shops. And now, the developers redeveloped it into a residential area with shops and occasionally hold different events there.