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Kwai Tsing - insiders' favourites

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  • Written by LUXE City Guides, Images by Jeremy Cheung
Kwai Tsing - Insiders' Favourites

Kwai Tsing may be a Hong Kong’s heart of industry but look closer and you will find a variety of hidden culinary hotspots, cultural experiences, and sleek new shopping malls. 

Here are some of our top picks.


Florentia Village

Florentia Village

A handbag’s throw from new development Kowloon Commerce Centre, and attached to office tower KC100, Florentia Village Get me there {{title}} {{taRatingReviewTotal}} {{taRatingReviewText}} Address {{address}} Website {{website}} More info is part of the recent influx of sleek commercial buildings into the Kwai Chung industrial area, bringing with it the bright and bold statements of luxury fashion. There are outlets from Balenciaga, Armani, Sergio Rossi and Versace, as well as Hong Kong’s largest Prada outlet. Multi-brand retailers I.T and Lane Crawford also have a presence here. Enjoy the sophisticated shopping environment — and the savings — with all stock up to 70 per cent off at all times.

Kwai Tsing Theatre

Kwai Tsing Theatre

Local actors and visiting theatre troupes often take to the stage at the Kwai Tsing Theatre, which has given dance, performance art, experimental theatre and improv their moment in the spotlight. Since 1999, productions of various sizes and varying genres have been put on in the auditorium or the more avant-garde black box theatre establishing Kwai Tsing Theatre as a cultural hub for original and innovative theatre in Hong Kong’s New Territories.

The Alchemist Café Bistro

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This quirky space located off the Kwai Tsing Theatre purports to cater to the cultural and the creative. A library of travel books will keep many an imaginative mind occupied, while its proximity to one of the New Territories’ cultural hubs ensures many an artist and musician passes through. The cafe serves an eclectic all-day menu of international dishes, various coffee and tea options and a selection of craft beers. Al fresco seating is also available.

A Mi Tuo Fo Su Xin Yuan

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With demand for vegan food on the rise, this traditional Buddhist restaurant is known for its good selection of meat-free and dairy-free dishes. Frequented by monks who dine in their robes, this laid-back eatery, which was crowd-funded into being, serves a range of delectable vegetable-based dishes, from noodles and dumplings to stir-fries, all brought from the kitchen to the table by volunteer servers. There’s also an adjacent room for tea appreciation.

Oh! My Dog!

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This cosy eatery has been making innovative hot dogs and burgers for almost a decade, offering combinations ranging from standard cheese and bacon to more unusual options such as the pickle dog, where a black pepper sausage is accompanied by pickles and sauerkraut. The veggie dog is comprised of lettuce, mushroom, tomato, corn and pineapple and served with a Caesar dressing, and the Hawaii dog features a honey chicken sausage, cheddar cheese, pineapple and corn. The burgers come in various guises, too — either beef or chicken with a host of intriguing toppings.

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