Me and my wife stayed at Tsuen Wan from 9th to 12th Dec 2012 and on days when we didn’t to the city, we enjoyed exploring the Tsuen Wan Town Centre on foot and blending with the locals in the shopping malls, shops, eateries and at their wet market. Food sampling became the highlight of our stay at Tsuen Wan as we find that this is the best way to get to know the place and understand the people and their culture.
The locals at Tsuen Wan work long hours and all the shops and eateries are opened from early morning till late at night. Tsuen Wan is basically a self-contain matured residential estate with all infrastructures in place. Amenities like Banks, Hotels, Shopping Malls, Shops, Restaurants, Tea Houses, McDonalds and many other local eateries including a wet market which is well stocked with both fresh and cooked food to cater for the convenience of the locals. Many would drop by the Wet Market after work to pick up some groceries for their dinner while others would settle for a meal at the eateries before going back home.
Mini-buses are the common transportation for the locals and it is a common sight to see long queues at the road side waiting for the bus in the morning and for transportation to other districts, Tsuen Wan is served by the MTR Red Line. The MTR Red Line starts from the Central District of Hong Kong and runs through attraction places like Tsim Sha Tsui, Yau Ma Tei, Mong Kok and ends at Tsuen Wan MTR Station.
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