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Dine out, work out.
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Spoilt for choice

Life is not all about work. So you’ll be delighted to know there are all kinds of dining options nearby, at prices to suit every pocket. From fine dining to quirky cafés, and local eateries to secret kitchens, there are surprises around every corner. And if you’re pressed for time, there’s also a fast and efficient local food delivery network.

Spoilt for choice
As of March 2018

Get in shape and stay in shape

Among the many great things about moving to South Island Place is the range of fitness options. There’s everything from bespoke personal trainers and progressive fitness studios, to Taekwondo and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu dojos.

And if that’s not enough, there’s pilates, yoga and dancing, and lots of other ideas for after hours and after work enjoyment.

A wealth of opportunity

When you step out of your office at South Island Place you are within moments of some of Hong Kong’s most exciting yachting, golf, and private country-style clubs. If hiking is your passion, the Aberdeen Nature Trail is on the doorstep. There are also a number of public sports centres, and a major swimming complex right next door. Some of the city’s finest beaches are just a few minutes’ drive away. And many of the city’s premier 5-star hotels are within minutes by car or taxi.


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Aberdeen Tennis and
Squash Centre
Aberdeen
Fitness Trail
Aberdeen
Nature Trail
Pao Yue Kong
Swimming Pool
Lady Clementi's
Ride
Wong Chuk Hang
Recreation Ground
Aberdeen Sports
Ground
Nam Long Shan
Wong Chuk Hang
Sports Centre
Aberdeen Boat Club
Aberdeen Marina Club
The Hong Kong
Country Club
Crown Wine Cellars
Southside Family
Health Centre
Grantham Hospital
Gleneagles
Hong Kong Hospital
LBP Hotel
(Due for completion in 2020)
L'hotel Island South
Ovolo Southside
Hong Kong Ocean Park
Marriott Hotel
(Due for completion in 2018)
Ocean Park

See and be seen

If you’re keen on art, you’re in luck. As part of the South Island Cultural District, the area is attracting more and more contemporary Hong Kong designers and artists with interesting little galleries and shows popping up almost every day.