Dr Sun Yat-Sen Museum
This new arts hub occupies the modernist buildings and breezy courtyard of the old married police quarters (c 1951). Dozens of small...
This cosy lounge with a small courtyard at the back attracts a cool mix of locals and expats. The board games are at the ready to get...
A trendy diner that wows with its bao (Chinese buns) – snow-white orbs crammed with juicy meat and slathered with a palette of Asian...
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Dr Sun Yat-Sen Museum information
The museum, dedicated to the father of modern China, is housed in an Edwardian-style building, which is arguably more interesting than the solemn displays of archival materials. Built in 1914, the mansion belonged to Ho Kom-tong, a tycoon from a Eurasian family. It was converted into a Mormon Church in 1960, and became a museum in 2006. If you're taking the bus, alight at the Hong Kong Baptist Church on Caine Rd.