In fact, around Soho are the world's longest escalators. They include 14 escalators that rise and fall from a height of 800 meters and facilitate transportation congestion in the city. The escalators take people from the residential area in the mountains e very morning, to the business and commerce area below, by the sea.
The young Soho area was actually constructed around these escalators. It was the topography of the island that made Soho the center of Hong Kong's elite, as the entertainment area developed around the busy escalators.
And so, before the locals come home, from a busy day in the office and after an afternoon beer on the sidewalk, the locals are shopping here for what they need. Therefore you will find quite a few street food stalls around, along with chic shops, art galleries and an active and pleasant market.
To Soho, it is also recommended to reach the capital of the afternoon.
For a good coffee shop and restaurant try TeaWood Taiwanese Café & Restaurant. Worthwhile street food you can find at Max's Noodle, featuring excellent dim sum and dumpling.