Southside property district in Hong Kong, also known as Island South, is a welcome reprieve for those preferring beachwear to business suits. A short, relaxing drive from the Central Business District becomes a Mediterranean-esque journey on quiet roads, carving their way south to some of Hong Kong’s most prominent seaside neighborhoods.
Most visitors to the Southside make a beeline to renowned Stanley Market and they would not be disappointed. This popular seaside area offers a bustling, village setting with an array of small businesses ranging from flower vendors, art galleries, and antique shops, to stores selling clothing, toys, home goods, and much more.
Aside from this, the more contemporary, open-air Stanley Plaza plays host to an array of restaurants and some popular spots to pop in for a coffee or quick breakfast. Private clubs such as the American Club and Country Club, as well as the Hong Kong Golf Club, are located nearby and provide the ideal setting to socialize with family and friends in a more exclusive setting.
Those in favor of water sports will be spoilt for choice with everything from paddle boarding, kayaking, and dragon boat to windsurfing and good ole sailing. The general vibe in Southside Hong Kong tends to be more relaxed than in the northern part of the city, but don’t let the shorts and flip-flops fool you – Island South property in Hong Kong is some of the most exclusive in the world and home to some of the city’s most influential individuals. Grand, contemporary developments share beautiful ocean views with coveted beach villas, Southside property in Hong Kong is only a stone’s throw away from excellent schools, fun, family recreational areas, outdoor markets and the occasional boozy weekend brunch.