The beauty of Hong Kong lies in its vibrant energy as an urban jungle. Everywhere you go, skyscrapers and towering buildings soar above your line of sight. However, there's no question that Monster Mansion is the most eye-catching of them all. You might recognise the myriad of colours painted across the beautifully symmetric apartments lined up next to each other, as frequently photographed by artists, bloggers, and urban travellers.
Monster Mansion, as nicknamed by its residents and nearby locals, was built in the 60s, as part of a high-density government-subsidised housing project for HK residents. It's actually an E-shaped complex, consisting of five connected structures: Oceanic Mansion, Fook Cheong Building, Montane Mansion, Yick Cheong Building, and Yick Fat Building. You will also find another % Arabica store right in front, which will be perfect, perhaps, for a second (or third!) cup of coffee when you visit.