Hong Kong Island
0.9 miles from downtown
Endure a few light-headed minutes and take a tram up Victoria Peak for views of the Hong Kong skyline. Sun-soaked Repulse Bay and Deep Water Bay beckon you to a lazy day by the sea. Set sail for Aberdeen Island aboard a sampan (traditional boat) and lose yourself in the life of a traditional fishing community.
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1.9 miles from downtown
Catch a sea breeze in coastal Kowloon. As morning breaks, sport and Tai Chi enthusiasts head to Kowloon Park. Inside, the Hong Kong Heritage Discovery Centre exhibits the roots of British colonial rule. Strike it rich in one of the 400 shops at the Jade Market in Yau Ma Tei, or haggle with shrewd vendors at the Temple Street Night Market.
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The bells still toll in St. John’s Cathedral and the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception. Hit Hollywood Road for galleries, look for critters at the Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Gardens, or chill out at the eateries along Victoria Harbour. At night, try out your moves at the clubs in expat-filled Lan Kwai Fong.
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2.6 miles from downtown
Mong Kok means "busy corner" in Cantonese. Ladies’ Market on Tung Choi Street sells everything for the modern girl. See Sai Yeung Choi Street for electronics and cosmetics, and the fruit, flower and goldfish markets need no explanation. On a hot day, find air-conditioned comfort at the Sino Centre’s multimedia shops.
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Tsim Sha Tsui
1.4 miles from downtown
The city’s busy tourist area mixes shopping and culture. Buy luxury clothing on Canton Road, or grab a bargain at Park Lane Shopper’s Boulevard’s factory outlets. The city’s past comes to life at the interactive Hong Kong Museum of History, and kids can take a whirlwind tour of the galaxy at the Hong Kong Space Museum.
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1.1 miles from downtown
Wan Chai is a friendly assault on the senses. Walk up Stone Nullah Lane for striking pre-war architecture, or slurp up noodles and congee at the local "Dai Pai Dong" (open-air restaurants). Hong Kong Arts Centre hosts provocative exhibitions year-round. Wan Chai's theaters stage popular musicals with a dash of Broadway panache.
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1.8 miles from downtown
Causeway Bay is organized chaos. Shopping centers erupt with shoppers day and night, especially in Hysan Place with its 17 floors of shopping. If elbowing your way to a bargain doesn't appeal, head to Jardine Crescent, a local shopping area with bargains to boot. Exhausted? Reenergize in Victoria Park's open spaces, or listen to the Noonday Gun blast.
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Hong Kong is one of the world’s most densely populated places and a unique blend of Chinese and western culture. While ultra-modern towers dominate the skyline, beyond the glass and steel of the commercial district, the inner city remains home to ancient holy shrines, maze-like markets, and historic teahouses.
Explore Kowloon's beautiful feng shui temples like Sik Sik Yuen Wong Tai Sin, chaotic markets selling everything from spicy stir-fries to lucky waving cats, and Tsim Sha Tsui East Promenade – the best place to view Hong Kong Island and its amazing Symphony of Lights show.
Next, hop on board a Star Ferry headed to Hong Kong Island, the buzzing commercial hub that earned the city its title of East Asia’s financial capital. Ride the funicular to the summit of Victoria Peak to see the city laid out like a row of dominoes in front of a beautiful mountain backdrop.
Even with all the buzz and bustle, Hong Kong still has plenty of quiet places. Spend some time getting lost in Victoria Peak’s woodlands or Kowloon's walled city park. If you're there in the summer, be sure to visit the pristine, white-sand beaches of Clear Water Bay.
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|Most popular time to visit||October-December|
|Cheapest time to visit||January-March|
|Local currency||HK$ 10 = $1.27|
|Average weekend price||$101 per night|
|Average weekday price||$89 per night|
|Average stay||2 nights|
the bath tub is just right, my baby loves it so it's good enough for me. Just that the choices and food quality for breakfast is soso only. The location is good just connect with the mall that has lots of restaurants and eateries to choose. The hotel is quite big too and nice.
For a cheap/good value option this is great. Clean and nice rooms. Great position - Kowloon park, museums, shopping, restaurants. Pool is small. Dogs allowed on the 7th floor. Kids still using the pool late at night so if you are trying to avoid them with a late booking….no point. Avenue of stars-restaurants for fussy kids -there is wildfire and spasso for pizzas etc
Errr this was a staycation lol, so my opinion may vary... Hong Kong is known for its shopping, so you can find plenty of built-up/ indoor activities along the coastal MTR stations of Hong Kong Island (like malls/ shopping/ karaoke etc). Some nice harbour cruises too though (I recommend Dukling for the last remaining authentic (restored) red sails junk boat ride). The better hiking routes are further inland though (southern district), or in Kowloon/ New Territories. But Hong Kong's public transport is such that it's easy to get around either by MTR, bus or on foot. So you can get around easily to most places even if you aren't staying there - just be prepared for some hills, though!
The worst hotel experience ever. The food was terrible and small portions. The same meals were served everyday for the duration of my 2 weeks stay. The hygiene standard of the room was very poor. There was no WIFI signal or was extremely poor when there was. Will not recommend or return again.
A great city that has more to show than what is commonly known. So much energy, it is intense and great! From the impressive food offering for every budget and taste to the malls and skyscrapers, you then start to go a bit away from the center. Great hikes? Done! A lot of outdoor activities? Done! Turquoise water and white sand beaches? of course! 3 days for an overview, a week to get an idea, and much more to see all HK has to offer!
I will never forget hongkong this place is like my home I feel that I'm safe happy and we enjoy lot all food is all great the places we've been is good I will be back again the transportation is very convenient the people around are so warm hk is beautiful place to stay
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