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Top 5 Reasons to Live in Tai Hang – The Complete Guide.

Here are our Top 5 Reasons to Live in Tin Hau Hong Kong

Considered one of the coolest places in Hong Kong, for its old style low rise buildings and small one way streets. It has the vibe of a quiet and peaceful village but its situated right is in the middle of the city.  Only during the Dragon Festival do the streets become super packed when it celebrates this old tradition. The rest of the time its slow pace attracts people looking for a special place to visit.

Tai Hang is at the back of Victoria Park and walking distance from Tin Hau and Causeway Bay, the area is slowly evolving and great restaurants, coffee shops and boutiques are opening up in the quiet side streets.  At night its easy to mistake the peaceful village vibe for something in the country

This is a rapidly evolving, the area is home to a host of restaurants, vintage stores, artisanal coffee shops, and a growing lineup of design-driven boutiques. As a result it is a popular area to live with locals and expats alike.   Here’s why.  

1. The Vibe:

Tai Hang neighborhood offers a laid-back vide alternative to all the buzz of Causeway Bay yet only a stone throw away.    The area has an interesting mix of old temples and trendy eateries as well as a large mix of housing from Modern Highrises to Old Colonial Walk Ups.  

Typical Street in Tai Hang with Old Meets New Vibe
Typical Street in Tai Hang with Old Meets New Vibe
Bordering Victoria Park with a plethora of outdoor activities.
Bordering Victoria Park with a plethora of outdoor activities.

2. Trendy Eateries and Cafes

Many of the areas restaurants and cafes offer a relaxing and chilled out vibe. From “Tipsy” Restaurant & Bar features the finest global ingredients for a unique tasting experience to “Raman Nagi”, an internationally renowned ramen restaurant to “Second Draft” a much-buzzed-about gastropub, the food options are endless and varied.

Tipsy Bar and Restaurant
Tipsy Bar and Restaurant
Ramen Nagi
Ramen Nagi

Most cuisines are represented from French to Indian. Despite offering an international array of restaurant choices Sai Ying Pun retains much of its local flavor with local Chinese markets and Butchers alongside gourmet food purveyors.

3. The Housing Factor:

There are many choices for housing from modern highrises some with stunning views overlooking Causwaybay to Quaint Colonial Walk-Up Buildings in the Older Part of Tai Hang offering a distinct character of the area.

View from a High Rise in Tai Hang
View from a High Rise in Tai Hang
Typical Street in  Tung Lo Wan Road,
Typical Street in Tung Lo Wan Road,

4. The Convenience Factor:

Tai Hang is well serviced by Public transport including buses, minibusses and taxis are easily accessible. Wanchai Waterfront and the Central business district are within 5 to 10-minute driving distance. The famous shopping district Causeway Bay lies 5-minute driving distance away with connections to the underground railway station. Public buses and minibusses to Central and Causeway Bay also serviced the area.

Tai Hang is well-supported by multi-national schools: the Chinese International School in Braemar Hill, the Japanese International School in North Point, the French International School in Jardine’s Lookout, and the Hong Kong Academy on Stubbs Road.

Map of Area - Tai Hang
Map of Area – Tai Hang

There are also multiple public transport options from Large Double Decker Buses to Public Light Buses.

5. Examples of some listings In Tai Hang.

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