Lonely Hong Kong
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.