About Repulse Bay
Located on the south side of Hong Kong Island, Repulse Bay as a residential district is basically defined by the Repulse Bay Road which is the continuation of Wong Nai Chung Gap Road over the hill ridge that runs through Repulse Bay and ends at Chung Hom Kok Road before reaching Stanley Gap Road. Though very close to CBD, the contract in ambience to the hustle and bustle is very strong. Due to the picturesque views of the hillside and the southside sea, proximity to the beach, the desirable environment, leisurely ambience, this area has been one of the favorite locations for Hong Kong's elite.
A mix of housing options are available, including highrises, midrises, town houses, and a few exclusive detached residences. Homes along the descending Repulse Bay Road look over soothing views of the golf course and Deep Water Bay. Residences close to the beach appeal to residents who love living by the sea. Close to the international school and tucked away from the main traffic, South Bay as a sub-district within Repulse Bay is a preferred choice by families with school age children.
Prominent buildings within the district include Hong Kong Parkview, The Repulse Bay, Repulse Bay Garden, Grand Garden, Grand Garden, Ruby Court, 56 Repulse Bay Road, Burnside Estate, etc.
Repulse Bay Beach is a major tourist attraction. It is also very popular among local swimmers during the summer. Next to the beach is The Pulse, a shopping arcade with many options of restaurant and pubs. The seafront footpath connecting Deep Water Bay and Repulse Bay. Shops and supermarkets are available in The Repulse Bay and Hong Kong Parkview.
Hong Kong International School (HKIS)
South Island School
Singapore International School
Canadian International School
The Repulse Bay