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With Hive flexible work spaces located all across Asia, we have come up with some helpful local guides to show you the best of what each location has to offer.

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Wan Chai

In a neighbourhood that never sleeps, there’s always something happening in Wan Chai.

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Clarke Quay

Tucked away from the hubbub of everyday life, Clarke Quay is a welcome escape, bursting at the edges with vibrancy & light.

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Shibuya

Shibuya is the ultimate Tokyo district, a swirling dream of flashy neon lights, karaoke retreats, colourful shops and hidden eateries.

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Thonglor

With an exquisite blend of modernity and charm, Thonglor is where Bangkok’s population heads for great bars, cool cafés and some of the city’s most stylish hangouts.

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Taipei

Nicknamed the Harajuku of Taipei, Ximending is the beating heart of Taipei’s cultural scene complete with a vibrant mix of independent restaurants, bars and shops laced with international and Japanese influence.

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Kennedy Town

Once considered a quiet backwater, Hong Kong’s Kennedy Town is now the place to head for a friendly, buzzing scene.

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Sai Kung

Arguably Hong Kong’s most beautiful district, Sai Kung offers an escape from the stresses and strains of one of the world’s busiest cities.

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Central

Hong Kong’s most iconic district is famous for its staggering high rises, hectic streets and tourist highlights. Look beyond the bustle, however, and you’ll find a thriving scene of excellent eateries just waiting to be discovered.

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District 1, HCMC

The downtown of Saigon, District 1 is a melting pot of cultural traditions where local Eastern customs mingle with Western mannerisms.

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Phra Khanong

Take a look beyond the large condo development projects cropping up in Bangkok’s Phra Khanong neighbourhood and you’ll find a diverse community that’s helping this enclave at the quiet end of Sukhumvit thrive.

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Sheung Wan

Situated on the western fringes of Hong Kong’s Central district, Sheung Wan is one of the city’s most vibrant neighbourhoods, teeming with boutique shops, not to mention quirky bars and restaurants.

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District 2, HCMC

A rapidly modernising neighbourhood on the cusp of extraordinary change, District 2 is Saigon’s most exciting creative hub, packed with incredible breakfast spots and exquisitely decorated restaurants, not to mention a heady atmosphere of innovation.

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Wong Chuk Hang

Perched on the south side of Hong Kong, Wong Chuk Hang is an up-and-coming district that hums with the faded glory of its industrial past.

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Lavender

Housed in a quieter spot than its sister location in the bustling Central Business District, you’re still spoilt for choice when it comes to breakfast and lunch spots in the neighbourhood.

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