Looking for a fun (and cheap!) weekend activity in Hong Kong? Grab your camera, channel your inner influencer, and do a photoshoot with some of the best local street art in Sai Ying Pun!
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Sai Ying Pun is one of the hidden-gem hotspots for some of the city's most vibrate street art. With the recent revitalization of the district, Sai Ying Pun has become an ultra-trendy destination for charming independent shops, cozy cafes, and fashionable bars. Grab your iced-coffee and start your walking tour of the neighborhood's best street art!
Sai Ying Pun represents a unique mix of cultures, of modernity with tradition: century-old buildings standing next to fancy new residential complexes, dried seafood shops, local eateries alongside modern specialty cafes.
Thanks to an exciting urban art project, ARTLANE, initiated by Henderson Land, Sai Ying Pun has also been transformed into a “mural village”, along from Ki Ling Lane, Shek Chan Lane to Chung Ching Street, with more than 10 pieces of artwork on display around the area.
Inspired by street art from New York, London and Seoul, the project brings together nine international and local artists to give the neighborhood a unique artistic face based on the theme of art and music of Soho.
It's super accessible as well! Take the MTR to Sai Ying Pun station and make your way to Exit B3 - you'll immediately be greeted with bright alleyways full of vibrant murals.
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