Posted on April 09 2017
©Billy Boyd Cape, a wander through Hong Kong, video clip and film still
By Toivo S
Hong Kong's mesmerising beauty lies in its juxtaposition of many things. The urban geometry and natural wonders; the modern lifestyle and traditional Chinese culture. For those of you who wish to experience this vibrancy-packed city in style, take a stroll with Fractal Style and get inspired by our favourite local spots—each is a delightful surprise of the senses.
Ping Pong Gintonería, Sai Ying Pun
Neon pink glow vibes
Have an exquisite GinMare served with a slapped sprig of rosemary in this playfully cool Spanish gin and tonic bar. Formerly a ping pong supply store, Ping Pong has created an unique aesthetic with its industrial, concrete layout, décors with a tinge of Hong Kong nostalgia, and avant garde art pieces. Be sure to find a queue of well-dressed and artistically inclined creatives mingling outside.
Samsen, Wan Chai
Thai street food style
Decked out like a hip and retro Thai shop house in a quiet corner space near the historic Blue House in Wan Chai, Samsen serves an unpretentious, earthy and well-balanced menu with their signature wagyu boat noodle soup, coconut dumplings and a selection of homemade beverages. Samsen's cozy set up is only second to our home kitchen.
The Music Room at Potato Head, Sai Ying Pun
Tasteful music room
A first-of-its-kind vinyl listening space with top-quality audio equipment and a library of more than 8,000 records hand-picked by German DJ and producer Johnny Hiller. From Balearic disco, reggae to ethnic/world music, the selection is strictly tasteful. We love their monthly Ethiopian jazz night, while on a normal night, you will catch rhythms from across the soul spectrum. Get down for some boogie time and expect no pop music!