Tai Hang is an area southeast of Causeway Bay located in the mid-north of Hong Kong Island in Hong Kong. The area is mainly residential.
Tai Hang is a valley with opening to the reclaimed Causeway Bay in north and So Kon Po in west. Its south and east are hills. The former coast is marked by Tung Lo Wan Road and the main road Tai Hang Road winds in the hills throughout the area.
The area of Tai Hang is divided into hilly south and plain north. The hilly area includes a public housing estate Lai Tak Tsuen and some highrise residential blocks for affluents, such as Illumination Terrace (5-7 Tai Hang Road) or Grand Deco Tower (26 Tai Hang Road). The plain south is full of old residential blocks, with a number of interesting restaurants along the streets. Its named after a stream (or drainage) from nearby hills.
The area is served by buses, minibuses and taxis. Causeway Bay lies 5-minute driving distance away with connections to the underground railway station. Wanchai Waterfront and the Central business district are within 5 to 10 minute driving distance. Kowloon is linked up by the Cross Harbour Tunnel just downhill.
International schools are found around the area including the Chinese International School in Braemar Hill, the Japanese International School in North Point, the French International School in Jardine’s Lookout, and the Hong Kong Academy on Stubbs Road. The St. Paul’s Hospital is just around the corner.