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All reviews hysan place victoria park lee gardens shop till you drop sogo department store fashion walk shopping central windsor house shopping paradise smaller shops great place for shopping hennessy road lots of shops international brands street vendors brand name apple store
This is a great shopping and eating district. There are lots of stores and malls plus good restaurants. The Lee Gardens and Hysen Place are huge malls! At night it is brightly lit with all the store signs.
I went to the Causeway Bay with high expectation as I used to love this place 14 years ago. I remembered the attractive and the always-busy Sogo (Japanese department store), the cozy & posh Lee Gardens shopping mall, the upmarket Times Square shopping centre (one...More
I associate some of these areas with various MRT or "Ding-Ding" stops, and each has somewhat of a character of their own. This is one of the last stops before the large Victoria Park area and it also has some exceptional mall shopping, many restaurants,...More
Underneath the Canal Street Flyover by Hennessey Road you will see some old ladies sitting down waiting for customers. These old ladies will remove evil spirits or cast a spell on someone you don't like. However i have no idea of the price of their...More
A much busier place compared to wanchai next door. For shopping, there is Times square, the lee gardens, hysan place and sogo. Notable shops include the Apple Store in hysan
For food, there is lei garden in times square, chee kei along leighton road and...More
On our last visit to Hong Kong, my wife and I stayed in Causeway Bay which turned out to be an excellent choice.
Ideally located on Hong Kong Island, Causeway Bay is a major shopping, dining and entertainment Centre. Major shopping malls located here include...More
Wan Chai and Causeway Bay are the retail centers of Hong Kong Island. Filled with shops, malls and restaurants, both areas are bustling with people – tourists and locals alike. Causeway Bay has one of the highest rents on the planet, and is a bit more polished and modern than its Wan Chai counterpart. Beneath the surface there is more than meets the eye – find boutique stores in the above ground floors of
buildings and wander into side streets to find interesting restaurants and shops tucked away from the main roads. Wan Chai especially has experienced a modern revival in recent times, with an influx of trendy restaurants and bars around the Star Street area. In addition, both areas contain many of Hong Kong’s iconic tourist attractions worthy of your visit.
Hong Kong is incredibly small. You can stay at Causeway Bay, or North Point. Prices are various, depending on your budget. Best stay is the Peninsular Hotel in Kowloon, or the Conrad just behind the Pacific Mall... More
Hong Kong is incredibly small. You can stay at Causeway Bay, or North Point. Prices are various, depending on your budget. Best stay is the Peninsular Hotel in Kowloon, or the Conrad just behind the Pacific Mall. Cheapest hotels can be found in Mong Kwok, or near Jordon Road in Kowloon.
Take the Star ferry to criss cross H.K. Harbour from Kowloon to H.k., cost only $0.30 or 25? Cents. It's an amazing ride, at night time, you have the best view of the Harbour by night.
Wander around Wan Chai by night, lots of eateries on the side street stalls, great food at dirt cheap prices.
You cannot get lost in h.K. As it is a small Island. Many people speak English.
Take the public bus to Stanley Market. Go see the Birds street in Kowloon in early morning, they pack up by 11:00.
There are 2 women's street in Causeway bay where you can buy all kinds of cheap clothing.
Take tram rides,USA $0.25? Sit upstairs, you enter at the back of the tram, pay when you leave. Have exact change, they do not make changes. $ H.K. 1.60? The tram will take you from one end of H.K. To the other.
Go to see Happy Valley , on Wednesday and Saturdays, there are races, it'll be very crowded.
Do take bathing suits, May will be so nice, there are many beaches, go by taxi, it'll be less than $usa 10:00 from harbour town side to beaches side.
These are beaches I recommend in order that I like, Clear Water Bay, (Kowloon side) big wave bay. Shek oh, deep water bay, Repulse Bay, ( the most famous, but more people). South Bay, etc
Hope this helps. Bon Voyage.
Budget for 3 days 3 nights in Hong kong (2 Replies)
Im looking for a rough budget guide for 3 days and 3 nights in Hong Kong. My finace and myself are staying in a hostel (already paid) in Causeway Bay and want to take in as much as possible. We have a rough guide as to what we are doing each day Day 1: Chi Lin Nunnery and Nan Lian Gardens Day 2: Ocean Park Day 3: Nothing yet planned Looking for a rough outline of how much travel, eating and drinking would cost along with any extra expenses. Not much shopping if any at all will...More
May 13, 2015|
Response fromGuerilla Surgeon|
If you stick to buses and MTR, travel in Hong Kong is really not worth commenting on. It's very cheap. If you are willing to subsist on very basic foods like noodles, you can get by with $100 per person per day. If you buy pot noodles at the supermarket, and eat them in your hotel - less. You can also buy fruit at the supermarket I guess if you're worried about some form of vitamin deficiency :-). Ocean Park will obviously be your biggest expense.
Christmas Trip to Hong Kong (7 Replies)
Hello; looking for some suggestions/recommendations for a quick Christmas getaway for two. Myself and my spouse are in our early thirties and will be lodging in Time Square, Causeway Bay. 1. How crowded can we expect the airport and transit to be? What about crowds in the city? What areas do you suggest we avoid? 2. We would like to do a church service nearby, preferably Anglican. Christmas Eve or day will work. 3. Recommendations for a special meal and/or parties in the Central/Wan...More
November 05, 2013|
Thank you for the replies: @SammyFloyd: I'd say midrange budget, and either looking for a traditional western christmas fare, or a nicer local experience. We're open to either. Another question; what's the best way to get from the airport to the Central/Wan Chai hotel district? I've seen there's an airport express train; does that connect to the MTR, or is it easier to cab? Also, how much time should we allow for the return trip to the airport?
Self-contained apartments for short term rent (5 Replies)
We are looking for self-contained apartments around Causeway Bay/Tin Hau to rent for 3 - 4 weeks - I can't seem to find anything apart from hotels and private houses for rent - does anybody up there have s-c apartments?! Thanks, Sue & Ian
July 27, 2006|
I have replied to similar posts before regarding self-containted apartments in HK.... it's not a popular thing in HK for such short term rental. You should look into "long stay" plan with hotels. Although I am not sure WHY you are looking for such kind of accomodations in HK. If it's for convenience, you will find staying in hotels much more convenient location wise, price wise, and service wise. Is it that you want a Kitchen ? Post again... will try to help you out if you provide more...More