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I visited North Point a few years ago, and now again because I stayed at Ibis Hotel, a budget hotel very convenient and clean. North Point although near Causeway Bay and Central is a residential area where you can see a Hong Kong with no...More
Accessible via the MTR North Point, best exit is A1, this brings you into Java Road, good places to eat, nice bars, Victoria Harbour, the IBIS and The Vic hotels, noodle bars a plenty, nice area to shop for souvenirs and the Java Road food...More
Rather surprised there is a coverage of North Point in TA too
Mainly ignored by mainstream tourists attracted by its more famous MTR stations nearby of Wan Chai, Causeway Bay etc this is quite an interesting. But be prepared for slow-moving crowd, lesser hectic...More
This is not a place for tourists but there is a good museum in this area and some decent temples. There are also good restaurants and some markets. Good neighborhood to wander about if you want to experience local flavor.
I come here to have my haircut/shave in Kiu Kwun, the oldest Shanghainese barbershop in HK over at Java Rd. In the process, we discovered they have an outlet mall (Nike and Adidas have shops here) and the surrounding aide streets have dozens of old...More
If you are used to most of the more famous/popular cosmopolitan places in Hong Kong, go try North Point.
The place has many hidden local and traditional charms for discovery.
Along the market sides, you can get all groceries/fresh food you need, and other household...More
There were a few pubs and restaurants but they didn’t look like chain restaurants. The place looked more like for locals and I guess the people were calmer and relaxed unlike the areas in Causeway Bay or Kowloon. We stayed for a while and ate...More
When people think of Hong Kong, most imagine movies with famous skyscrapers dominating the skyline. The area widely known as Central is the major financial hub and entertainment district, which truly lives up to the saying, “work hard, play hard.” Bars stay open late into the night and there just happens to be a street party every weekend. Although everything seems to be operating at lightning speed, Central is full of
quiet, hidden gems. Nestled between office towers are wet markets and some of the city’s oldest restaurants dating back to the 1960s. Feeling a bit overwhelmed? Retreat from the crowds by exploring beautifully restored historical buildings and even a green oasis of botanical gardens.
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I stayed at the Ibis Hotel. Very clean hotel with the MRT station virtually below hotel, bus and ferry terminal across the road and tram terminal 2 blocks away. The rooms are a bit small but if you get one with a harbour... More
I stayed at the Ibis Hotel. Very clean hotel with the MRT station virtually below hotel, bus and ferry terminal across the road and tram terminal 2 blocks away. The rooms are a bit small but if you get one with a harbour view it is good. Their is plenty of eateries nearby as well as a night market .
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Walk in Hong Kong. (1 Replies)
I was born in Hong Kong, sometimes I was embarrassed by how little I know about my hometown. I could spend days exploring lands abroad, but I simply ignored the historical and cultural insights in Hong Kong. I joined the Walk In Hong Kong: North Point Nostalgia tour yesterday, I was surprised to find a Soviet-styled architecture, a small local noodle factory and some underground stories of North Point. Our tour leader (Chung-wah) explains everything clearly, she is knowledgeable and an...More
November 12, 2014|
Thanks for the info.
Going Lantau (9 Replies)
We are planning to go Lantau from North point, visit Tai-O and City Gate at Tung Chung. How should I plan my itinerary?
March 16, 2014|
Take MTR (from Fortress Hill, to Admiralty, to Lai King, to Tung Chung). From Tung Chung to Tai O: Lantao Bus 11 (You are not going to visit the Big Buddha and Po Lin?)
The earliest schedule of A11 (2 Replies)
when is the earliest A11 leaving airport to North point ferry pier