Where to Go in Hong Kong
GOUGH’S ON GOUGH
Gough Street is a storied locale that has borne witness to much of the modern history of Hong Kong, and has long been a unique point of confluence for an exotic blend of eastern and western culture. Designer Timothy Oulton has been present on Gough Street in Hong Kong since its inception, setting out to create inspiring interior experiences anchored in the values of authentic handcraftsmanship and materials, daring creativity and an ethos of hosting. The overall designs of Gough’s on Gough, as well as all fixtures and furnishings, have been fabricated in the same workshops that Timothy Oulton uses in the creation of its distinctive furniture collections, all with the intention of providing an inspiring backdrop for the guests’ experiences. The dining room and Moonstone bar are generously appointed, using authentic handcrafted materials and finishes that convey a heady ambience. And the menu, conceived by chef Arron Rhodes, is anchored in a strong modern British cooking philosophy, while exploring an elemental Asian purism as well as other international influences.
Gough’s on Gough
15 Gough Street, Central, Hong Kong
Phone: +852 2473 9066
The new 5-star Murray Hotel’s ground floor bar, the Murray Lane, is an intimate and friendly respite from the hustle bustle of the city. A choice addition to Hong Kong’s bar scene in the heart of Central’s financial neighbourhood, Murray Lane offers a trend-setting and sophisticated environment to enjoy the best selection of premium artisanal spirits, wines and craft beers along with refined small plates of bar favourites.
22 Cotton Tree Drive, Central, Hong Kong
Phone: +852 3141 8888
HONG KONG SPACE MUSEUM
The Hong Kong Space Museum reopened to the public on April 25 after over two years of major renovations costing around US$4m. The exterior, notably the distinctive dome that makes it a Tsim Sha Tsui landmark, is still the same. However, the interior has been extensively refurbished, and the displays have been enhanced, with a large number of interactive displays and a number of brand new exhibits. The unique egg-shaped dome makes the 8,000-square-metre museum one of the most famous landmarks in Hong Kong.
Hong Kong Space Museum
10 Salisbury Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui
Located in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui, the Former Marine Police Headquarters have been rejuvenated and reintegrated into the urban fabric of the surrounding area. The 120 year-old historical development has been revitalised and transformed into a cultural and shopping landmark in Hong Kong – “1881 Heritage”. Following extensive renovation and conservation works, “1881 Heritage” now features luxury shops, fine dining establishments and hip bars, a heritage hotel, and a Heritage Hall which allows visitors to discover the history of the site.
2A Canton Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong