Lonely Hong Kong

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It’s not just jobs that can be lonely in Hong Kong. Here are some other soli­tary spots.

Loneli­est MTR Sta­tion: ( LOHAS Park)

This sta­tion at the end of the Tse­ung Kwan O line gets one out of ev­ery four trains on the line, which is both amus­ing and de­press­ing.

Loneli­est Vil­lage: ( Yim Tin Tsai)

This is­land just off Sai Kung has a per­ma­nent pop­u­la­tion of one, which must make for some pretty great evenings in.

Creepi­est Aban­doned Build­ing: ( Nam Koo Ter­race)

This red brick man­sion in Wan Chai is beau­ti­ful, derelict and ru­mored to be haunted by the ghosts of Ja­panese com­fort women. So at least you won’t be alone...

Most Re­mote Is­land: ( Tung Ping Chau)

This is­land sits in Mirs Bay right at the north­east­ern ex­tent of the city, far closer to Shen­zhen than to Hong Kong. It’s re­mote, al­though at week­ends it’s also full of geeks with enor­mous DSLR cam­eras.

Loneli­est Meal: ( Hot­pot for One at Café de Co­ral)

Does any­thing say “I need friends” more than eat­ing a meal de­signed to be shared, on your own? Up­side: It’s de­li­cious.

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