Pak Tai Temple
A short stroll up Stone Nullah Lane takes you to a majestic Taoist temple built in 1863 to honour a god of the sea, Pak Tai. The temple,...
One of the three houses in the Viva Blue House cluster, Yellow House consists of four rows of two-storey shophouses built in the 1920s....
Hong Kong House of Stories
Opened by fans of Wan Chai, this tiny museum is located in the historic Blue House but will relocate to Yellow House during the...
Tai Lung Fung
This capriciously retro bar takes its name from a 1960s Cantonese opera troupe. In common parlance, Tai Lung Fung (Big Dragon Phoenix)...
Lover’s Rock information
Lover’s Rock or Destiny’s Rock (Yan Yuen Sek) is a, well, phallus-shaped boulder on a bluff at the end of a track above Bowen Rd. It’s a favourite pilgrimage site for women with relationship or fertility problems. It’s busy during the Maidens’ Festival , held on the seventh day of the seventh moon (mid-August).
The easiest way to reach here is to take green minibus 24A from the Admiralty bus station. Get off at the terminus (Shiu Fai Tce, 肇輝台) and walk up the path behind the housing complex.