Queen's Road East

Queen's Road East, Hong Kong: Hours, Address, Queen's Road East Reviews: 4/5

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BradJill
Hong Kong, China139,513 contributions
The eastern most section of the historically important Queen's Road
Jul 2020
Queen's Road is a historically significant road that runs along the northern end of Hong Kong Island. It was the very first official road in Hong Kong, originally constructed between 1841-45 in what was then Victoria City. At that time, sections of the road were on the shoreline with Victoria Harbour. That is no longer the case after the major land reclamations of the 19th century, now placing Queen's Road noticeably inland from its eastern to western ends.

Today, Queen's Road is made up of four sections, including Queen's Road East which covers the area east of Queensway and Justice Drive in Admiralty to Wong Nai Chung Road in Happy Valley.

I like Queen's Road East more than other sections as there are a handful of heritage colonial era buildings, temples and street markts found along this stretch of road. Many are included as part of the informal Wanchai Heritage Trail which is well worth trying if you enjoy viewing historic buildings.

You'll also find quite a few local eateries, retail and commercial shops in addition to a fair bit of western style eateries, coffee shops and a few area bars. There is access to HK Stadium, small parks and a handful of hotels in the area of Queen's Road East as well.
Written July 25, 2020
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TheOExpress🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🇭🇰
Hong Kong, China3,899 contributions
One of the best neighbourhood...
Oct 2018 • Couples
...on Hong Kong Island, the mix of interesting shops, bars, restaurants and old buildings makes this a great place to wander round and spend time in.
Written February 18, 2019
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ABM583
Hong Kong, China115 contributions
Interesting but gradually losing the history...
Sep 2018
Having walked this district for almost 30 years it is still interesting but nothing like it used to be. That may or may not be bad depending on the point of view - some pretty awful accomodation has been demolished and yet replaced by overpriced modern tiny flats. Still, there are a few classics left and certainly worth a walk.
Written September 7, 2018
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Dianna C
Melbourne, Australia1,194 contributions
What makes this worthwhile is the exploring the streets that run off this road
Dec 2017 • Solo
I read about a short self guided walk that takes you past a few nice temples and Stone Nullah road and the blue house. I started in the West and walked east basically to Canal Road. Taking side streets I ended up in the motor mechanic street and then the markets. Queens road itself is a bit dull and full of ridiculous shops that sell expensive furniture and cars. But the rest feels real.
Written December 27, 2017
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bcheong
Singapore, Singapore25,766 contributions
Wanchai area
Dec 2017 • Solo
My hotel indigo is along this street so i'm here a lot. Indigo is near 1 end of the street. Lots of small shops along the street for a quick look. A little buzzy with 3 michelin star Bo innovation here as well as the popular 22 ships tapas restaurant. At the other end of the street is the Admiralty area

Written November 30, 2017
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HKeater
Hong Kong, China30,682 contributions
A good walk
Oct 2017 • Family
A good walk along QRE. Lots of old furniture stores making items of Chinese design in solid wood. You may specify measurements and choose what wood you'd like. A pleasurable way to buy furniture.

There's also the super building called Hopewell and of course the renewal projects of QRE mall.
Written October 16, 2017
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smallhausen1
Bratislava, Slovakia1,810 contributions
Spirit of the city
Sep 2017 • Family
You will find here both luxury brand stores on the main roads and cheap staff sold just few meters away in small streets. And lot of restaurants in between. Very pitoresque and living part of the island.
Written September 3, 2017
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Don P
Phnom Penh, Cambodia146 contributions
A means to an end...
Aug 2017 • Couples
Queens road east offers opportunities to discover running off it, narrow alleyways abundant with eateries bars, up market and budget, boutique outlets and street market stalls...
Or search out the quiet gardens and several temples, be prepared to be jostled and to have to dodge and weave in the narrower alleyways, especially where the market stalls are numerous, fish/meat/fruit & vegetables/noodle shops/toys/hardware and just about everything else you'd find in a small town.
The Hopewell centre is midway along queens-road east. Take a ride up to the 65th floor on the outside elevator to the grand buffet restaurant, if you find the buffet too much to tackle, take a ride back down, just enjoy the view.
You could spend an entire day or two or three or more exploring off Queens road east alone in Wanchai...
Written August 15, 2017
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Thomas N.R. Johnson
Stockholm, Sweden613 contributions
A more local main street through the Wan Chai district whose cross streets are more interesting and worth a visit!
May 2017 • Friends
There are endless many interesting streets around Hong Kong, but most of the Hong Kong island itself goes east-west. The mountains are quite close and the whole city spreads along the shoreline and a few tens of miles inland ... Just this street is one of the few that is not only straight but turns in a big bow around the neighborhood of Wan Chai. This was also the area of our hotel, why we came to go here every day. However, the most interesting of restaurants, shops and street life you will find on all the intersections - dare to step aside and discover more; we did!
Written July 9, 2017
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Quack H
HONG KONG2,810 contributions
Wan Chai District
Jun 2016 • Solo
Hopewell Centre is one of the landmarks on Queen's Road East; within 15 mins on foot you arrive at Pacific Place.
Written June 12, 2016
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