This trail tells a tale. There is no better way to explore the neighbourhood’s historic stories than strolling through Sham Shui Po from Mei Ho House. Follow along Yen Chow Street and spot the heritage sites that remain. The East-meets-West ethos has shaped some of the architectural style of establishments. The neoclassical tenement "Tong Lau" buildings and temples, which gracefully stand alongside each other, are among the many cultural pleasures of the area. Then continuing along Nam Cheong Street and toward Wong Chuk Street, tucked away behind street blocks, you will find yourself in the new stomping ground for art lovers. Soak up unique art practices and aesthetic experiments amongst this creative collective.
How to use this digital map: Click on to see the legend and the suggested trail for Cultural Encounters. You can also click on the individual number icons on the map for more information.
Please note that there is so much ground to cover and explore in Sham Shui Po that we may have missed something. So, hello Sham Shui Po vendors, entrepreneurs and shop owners! If you want to be part of it and want us to feature your business on this map, please send us a message.
深水埗實在有太多特色店鋪和地方讓大家探索，深水埗企業家和商店老闆們 hello！ 如果您想成為其中的一員並希望我們在此地圖上點出您的店鋪，請寄發電子郵件通知我們。