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#ddSnap - 2.5 hours City Snapshot! Discover Wan Chai!

2.5 hours
City Snapshot! Discover Wan Chai From a Different Perspective!
#ddSnap highlights the photogenic hidden gems of Wan Chai. National Geographic award-winning photographer and well-known instagrammer Jeremy Cheung will lead you to capture the snapshots of urbanscape and design elements in the district.
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Fleming Road Garden

Address 108 Gloucester Rd, Wan Chai
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Located right next to the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC) and Central Plaza, Fleming Road Garden is an oasis in the busy commercial district of Wan Chai North. #ddHK has revitalised this open space by installing two sets of public furniture, #ddExperience and #ddGathering. Besides by using eyes to see, through transforming the setting, public can appreciate design by sitting, playing, walking or using other creative ways that you can imagine!

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Kong Wan Fire Station

Address 14 Harbour Road, Wan Chai
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Located right next to the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC) and Central Plaza, Fleming Road Garden is an oasis in the busy commercial district of Wan Chai North. #ddHK has revitalised this open space by installing two sets of public furniture, #ddExperience and #ddGathering. Besides by using eyes to see, through transforming the setting, public can appreciate design by sitting, playing, walking or using other creative ways that you can imagine!

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O’Brien Road Footbridge

Address O’Brien Road, Wan Chai
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O’Brien Road Footbridge is one of the busiest passageways in Hong Kong, serving as an artery between Gloucester Road and Lockhart Road. It is also a vital passage to the HKCEC and Golden Bauhinia Square.

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Southorn Playground

Address 130-150 Hennessy Road, Wan Chai
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As a landmark of Wanchai, Southorn Playground used to be a gathering point for freelance labourers during the day and a night market during evenings. Nowadays, the playground is an important recreation venue for its surrounding residents.

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Woo Cheong Pawn Shop (The Pawn)

Address 62 Johnston Road, Wan Chai
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Previously owned by the Woo Cheung Pawn Shop, The Pawn is comprised of 4 pre-war Chinese tenements in 4- storey high with unique mixture of both Chinese and Western architectural features. It is now revitalised into a landmark for exhibition, recreation and entertainment.

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Blue House

Address 72, 72A, 74 & 74A Stone Nullah Lane (Blue House) 2, 4, 6 & 8 Hing Wan Street (Yellow House), 8 King Sing Street (Orange House), Wan Chai 地址︰灣仔石水渠街72、72A、74、74A號(藍屋),慶雲街2、4、6、8號(黃屋),景星街8號(橙屋)
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The Blue House Cluster consists of three interconnected buildings: Blue House, Yellow House and Orange House, which were used as academy and timber yard. The Lingnan architecture style of the cluster is preserved during its revitalisation. Interested visitors may visit the Hong Kong House of Stories located in the Blue House and Yellow House, which showcases the history and architectural features of the Blue House Cluster.

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Stone Nullah Lane Garden

Address Stone Nullah Lane, Wan Chai
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During the 18th Century, there was a water channel in the area providing fresh water to merchant ships at the harbour, and the structure lent its name to the street. The Stone Nullah Lane Garden situates at the southern end of the street, where visitors can take a glimpse of the old Wan Chai coastline, followed by a visit to the Pak Tai Temple located next to the park.

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Oi Kwan Road

Address Oi Kwan Road, Wan Chai
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The circular-shaped Oi Kwan Road is located in the Morrison Hill district, it is not only home to government departments and community facilities, but is also one of the hotspots for #ddPaintHKWALLS. As our creative partner for the project, HKWALLS invited various local and overseas street art masters to paint and draw murals on over 30 outdoor walls, bringing art and design to the community and inviting you to get inspired at the city’s “open-air design district gallery”.

#ddSnap - 2.5 hours City Snapshot! Discover Wan Chai!