Hong Kong

T: +852 3944 5000
F: +852 3944 5001
Unit 2,
Floor 16,
88 Hing Fat Street,
Causeway Bay,
Hong Kong

Located on the perimeter of bustling shopping and dining district Causeway Bay, our Hong Kong office overlooks the verdant Victoria Park and offers a stunning panoramic view of the city’s famed skyline and harbour.

Click here for current opportunities in our Hong Kong office.

Local Tips

How to reach our Hong Kong office
The Tin Hau and Fortress Hill stations on the MTR Island Line are both a five minute walk from our office. From Tin Hau station exit A2, head straight down Electric Rd and take a left on Gordon Rd; our building at 88 Hing Fat St is at the end of the block, on the right. If coming from the airport, you can transfer to the Island Line from the Airport Express at Hong Kong station.

Where to stay
Nearby hotels include the Empire Hotel Causeway Bay, Metropark Hotel Causeway Bay, and L’hotel Causeway Bay – all within a five minute walk from our office. For longer stays, consider the Somerset Victoria Park.

In need of refreshment?
Our neighbourhood is brimming with restaurants and eateries offering dishes from all over the world. For a taste of local fare, we recommend Sister Wah, renowned for its beef brisket noodles, or Lung Fung Café, a classic Hong Kong-style greasy spoon. If you need a caffeine fix, try Artisan Café on the ground floor of nearby Somerset Victoria Park.

Time to explore?

On our doorstep is Victoria Park, Hong Kong island’s largest public park. Take a stroll through to the other side and find yourself in Causeway Bay, which exemplifies the vibrant, fast-paced aspects that Hong Kong is well known for; anything you could possibly want to buy or eat is here for you to discover.

If you have more time you can visit key landmarks such as the Cenotaph, City Hall, Man Mo Temple and Statue Square. Alternatively, you can head to Hong Kong nightlife and entertainment epicentre, Lan Kwai Fong and Soho, or take a stroll to the next district, Sheung Wan, to explore its small shops, cafés and remnants of the territory's colonial past.