Tin Hau Temple
This large, incense-filled sanctuary built in the 19th century is one of Hong Kong’s most famous Tin Hau (Goddess of the Sea) temples....
Strolling down Shanghai St will take you back to a time long past. Once Kowloon’s main drag, it's flanked by stores selling Chinese...
Temple Street Night Market
The liveliest night market in Hong Kong, Temple St extends from Man Ming Lane in the north to Nanking St in the south and is cut in two...
Canton Singing House
The oldest and most atmospheric of the singalong parlours, Canton resembles a film set with its mirror balls and glowing shrines. Each...
Hing Kee Restaurant
Previously a roadside stall that started out by whipping up hearty claypot rice and oyster omelettes ($20) for night revellers and...
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Mido Café information
This retro cha chaan tang (tea house; 1950) with mosaic tiles and metal latticework stands astride a street corner that comes to life at sundown. Ascend to the upper floor and take a seat next to a wall of iron-framed windows overlooking Tin Hau Temple – atmosphere is what makes it Kowloon's most famous tea cafe, despite passable food and service.