Sai Wan, known as both Sai Wan Ho and SoHo East to locals, is a centrally located district in Hong Kong. Containing excellent transport connections, a host of restaurants, bars and cafes, Sai Wan is popular with both business and leisure travellers.
Perfectly located for access to Hong Kong’s Central business district, the nightlife and entertainment areas of SoHo and Lan Kwai Fong, this district offers a collection of evening entertainment options.
Surrounded by a fusion of commerce, business and culture, Sai Wan is comparatively quiet and relaxing in comparison to other areas in central Hong Kong. Whilst staying in Sai Wan, guests can enjoy pleasant greenery view of the Mid-levels and sea-view. The Macau Ferry Terminal is close by, ensuring that guests can travel to the China with ease.
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As Hong Kong has grown as both a business and tourist location, furnished apartments in Hong Kong have become a popular choice in alternative accommodation due to the rise in hotel prices across the city. Offering stylish short stay apartments, studio apartments, holiday apartments and corporate housing, all of our apartments are self-catering, providing guests with a home from home experience ideal for extended stay trips.
As standard, all our apartments include a spacious living area, a fully equipped kitchen, a stylish bedroom designed to ensure guests get a great night’s sleep, and a bathroom which features both bathing and showering facilities. Additionally, our apartments feature complimentary Wi-Fi, a parking space, charming interiors, a secure entry system and a safe.
Sai Wan, often known as SoHo East, is a serene part of Hong Kong, despite its central location. With countless riverside bars, cafes and restaurants, Sai Wan contains a relaxed ambience. If you’re looking for a cultured afternoon, visit the Lei King Wan art gallery, which is a short walk away from Sai Wan.
Sai Wan Ho Pier is a short distance away from central Sai Wan Ho, and visitors can hop on a charmingly painted boat to destinations such as Kwun Tong, Sam Ka Tsuen and Tung Lung Chau.
Known as the Hollywood of the East, Hong Kong has a reputation as a film making hub for Chinese speaking countries. In the 1980s, Hong Kong became the third largest film industry in the world in terms of productions, box office, quality, artistry and is currently the second largest exporter of films in the world. Hong Kong Film Archive, founded in 1993, is located in Sai Wan Ho and is worth a visit for any cinephile.
The IFC Shopping Mall is located in the area, too.
With one of the best public transport networks in the world, many local residents in Hong Kong use public transport to travel around the city. Sai Ying Pun MTR station is just within 3-minutes walking distance from our apartments in Hong Kong.. Residents reach core to core Central in 6-minutes via MTR.
Hong Kong International airport is approximately a half an hour journey from Sai Wan. Regular train and MTR services run to the airport throughout the day. Sai Wan contains several bus stations, with the most connected station being Centre Street Terminus.