The long beach with tawny sand at Repulse Bay is visited by Chinese tourist groups year-round and, needless to say, packed on weekends...
Kwun Yam Shrine
Towards the southeast end of Repulse Bay beach is Kwun Yam Shrine, an unusual shrine to Kwun Yam, the goddess of mercy. The surrounding...
Deep Water Bay
A quiet little inlet with a beach flanked by shade trees, Deep Water Bay is a few kilometres northwest of Repulse Bay. There are a...
The high ceilings, rattan chairs and sparkling wooden flooring evoke the romantic vibes that you’d expect from a beachfront hang-out in...
109 Repulse Bay Rd · interesting places nearby
A meal in the grand Verandah, run by the prestigious Peninsula, is a special occasion indeed. The large restaurant features a recently restored and refurbished interior that is literally dripping with colonial nostalgia, what with the grand piano at the entrance, the wooden fans dangling from the ceiling, and the marble staircases with wooden banisters.
The Sunday brunch is famous (book ahead), and the afternoon tea the best this side of Hong Kong Island.