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Tsuen Wan WestMass Transit Railway (MTR)14 min
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This is a prepaid redemption voucher. Please take MTR Tung Chung Line, walk out from Exit A, Tung Chung Station, walk for 10 minute (700m) to Cable Car Tung Chung Station, then go to Fast Lane Counter at ticketing<br>office. Show your redemption voucher, collect a fast entry paper ticket and access the group entry to skip the line. Round trip cable car ride is included. Your E-ticket is an open ticket, valid for 6 month from your selected travel date.
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Leonhkny wrote a review Jan 2021
Hong Kong, China6,913 contributions456 helpful votes
Mong Kok is literally the centre of Hong Kong. It is the busiest area in the city which offers everything from trendy shopping mall to unpretentious stalls. Restaurants are aplenty and serves food from around the world. Overall spending is cheap. Reserve at least half a day to explore the dazzling part of Kowloon.
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Date of experience: January 2021
4 Helpful votes
Feelingood73 wrote a review Mar 2020
Hong Kong, China60 contributions71 helpful votes
First of all, the indicated MTR station here is wrong. The right station is Mongkok which means crowded corner for those who wonder. If you want a true sense of the city, this is a must visit or ideally must stay. It’s so rich of experiences, you won’t believe it. Ladies markets, goldfish market, bird market, wet market (fruits, veggies, meat, seafood and fish), sneakers street... I could go on and on like that. Go to 618 Shanghai St freshly opened. These old HK houses were saved for a greater purpose and it’s superb. Getting lost in Mongkok is amazing. Look around and you might remember some of the areas that served for movies. Make a pit stop at Cordis Hotel near the Langham Mall. It’s the only luxurious break you can have in this neighbourhood. Great bar above the reception and the Chinese restaurant (1* michelin) is affordable and yummy. Enjoy the real Hong Kong! It’s all in there
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Date of experience: March 2020
2 Helpful votes
Kevin X wrote a review Dec 2019
18 contributions28 helpful votes
A must visit place when you are at Mong Kok, walk along the streets and you will be mesmerized with the locals.
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Date of experience: June 2019
2 Helpful votes
XSDARKLORD wrote a review Dec 2019
Ramallah, Palestinian Territories720 contributions113 helpful votes
In went there in search for Camera accessories and found quite a lot of what I was looking for. The place is full of life and buzz that even if you're not thinking of buying something, you'll enjoy seeing life going on all around.
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Date of experience: December 2019
2 Helpful votes
Goloh wrote a review Nov 2019
Hong Kong, China259 contributions213 helpful votes
This will not be a conventional review. If you're reading about Mongkok now (November 2019) you probably know this district has been one of the focal points of massive civil unrest. Usually on weekend nights, but sometimes also on weekdays, masked protestors -- and no, we don't know who they really are -- battle it out with police, water cannon, rubber bullets, tear gas, pepper spray, and of course other protestors. This plays out on live TV and looks quite gruesome. We have no idea whatsoever when it will all end. But what about you? Tourists are not the target, and anyone with a bit of common sense and awareness can detect trouble spots without becoming involved. This is not to say you won't get a snoot full of tear gas, but that is apparently part of the experience. The streets are usually narrow and crowded, and it's useful to keep in mind where you can dash if it looks like something will happen. Mongkok under normal conditions is one of the most densely populated urban areas of the world. Everything is available, all things, all food, everything. You still largely have this, just with adventure that we who live here may not want but you will have a chance to experience. Until it ends, anyway.
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Date of experience: November 2019
3 Helpful votes
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