Tak Woo House 18'th Floor, 17-19 D'Aguilar Street, Central, Hongkong
“Established in 2006 - Tattoo Temple is the largest body art studio, gallery and education center of its kind in Asia. All work is custom designed and single use. Our artwork and philosophy has been featured on CNN, CBS, AFP, BME, SCMP and numerous...” more...
1 review of Shangri La Tattoo Parlour in English
I was marked for life by a nice boy…
Shangri-La was recommended by a friend who has lots of body art: “It’s great, all women.” I called ahead and was told to pop in between 12 and 6, and that if it was simple they could probably help me right away; or make an appointment for a bigger piece. I was a bit surprised when I found two blokes working there but it turns out that (female) owner wasn’t around and instead I saw Rich, who did a fine job of the tattoo I wanted.
I liked the decor - Japanese and old school sailor style tatt drawings on tracing paper pinned to the wall, peeling wooden advertising signs, and a curious amount of taxidermy; I liked the atmosphere and Rich listened closely to what I wanted beforehand (to the point of rightly correcting me about what I’d briefed him on halfway through) so I went ahead with it despite being told beforehand that I’d be charged the minimum fee of £50 for a simple design. I received advice on how to care for the tatt and walked out feeling exceptionally happy.
Cash only - no cards. There’s a cashpoint in the Grocery shop next door.
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