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WooBar - W Hong Kong
WooBar - W Hong Kong
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International | Shek Kip Mei, Kowloon

Effortless, sophisticated and glamorous, WOOBAR is the place to see and be seen for Hong Kong’s in-crowd. This chic bar’s whimsical interior design serves as a vibrant backdrop for the most happening parties in town. During the day, you can enjoy a cozy and private lunch or afternoon tea with plenty of healthy options. As the sun sets, the live music at the bar starts along with happy hour. Join the party with pulsating beats from the city’s top DJs, our chic signature W Hong Kong cocktails and one of the best happy hours in town. Detox. Retox. Repeat. The party never stops.More

Sing Yin Cantonese Dining - W Hong Kong
Sing Yin Cantonese Dining - W Hong Kong
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Chinese (Canton) | Shek Kip Mei, Kowloon

The dim sum is divine, the seafood steamed to perfection: indulge your senses at Sing Yin, our first-floor Cantonese restaurant offering up the very best in authentic Cantonese cuisine. Settle into one of the cozy Hong Kong-style seating booths and treat yourself to traditional delicacies and a stunning selection of the freshest seafood in Kowloon. Sing Yin Cantonese Restaurant is a feast for all the senses thanks to the innovative interior design, which reimagines the vibrancy of Hong Kong’s streets in this 120-seat temple to the most delicate of Chinese cuisines.More