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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.
Aviary is such a cool place, filled with birds of all kinds. It's an oasis in a hectic city. Together with Hong Kong park makes a great spot to spend the afternoon.
You can almost pet the birds as they are used to people, they come close and pose for pictures.
"Old Central Town - LOVE IT! For Art, Culture and History Lovers."
reviewed 1 week ago by beryl_be
I loved this area as it exists almost hidden beneath the imposing buildings of Central yet only one street divides it.
Old Central Town is a charming mix of history, arts, food and culture in one of the city’s oldest and most archetypal neighbourhoods. It has some modern cafes to hipster clothing stores and old worlde antique shops. This area...
Cheung Chau, literally means 'Long Island' in English, is always my most favorite outlying island in Hong Kong. It is a good place to visit by having a day-trip, which is 30 - 45 mins ferry from/to Central.
The island is well developed but its characteristics of fishery villages are preserved. It has several supermarkets and convenience stores.
The signature afternoon tea selection was probably the very best we have had in Hong Kong. The range, quantity and quality of food was perfect. The choice of teas was also good.
The staff were attentive without being oppressive. All in all it was a first class meal.
The Four Seasons is by far the best hotel in Hong Kong, especially during the summer when you can enjoy the fabulous rooftop pool and terrace with it's spectacular view of Victoria Harbor. Just stunning. The hotel staff is great, super attentive. Food is great. Hotel is centrally located with easy access to IFC mall and it's many restaurants and...
After the last pop up Rare by Oulton afternoon tea event at the lobby of MO, we were so excited to come back again! The food selection was awesome! We particularly liked the pear, walnut Stilton tart and the fish cake! Very impressive stuff! Not to mention the Pimm’s trolley, absolutely amazing 😍 the portions were very generous as well!...
Had an excellent experience staying in this hotel. Staff was friendly except for the lack of information about the hotel facilities being explain to us. Value for the money. The amenities arrangement is up to the standard and it is superb. My husband really love the birthday cake & champagne. The cake is soooooo nice..
Having travelled to more than 20 countries, and stayed at decent hotels, by far this the best located, best resourced, best serviced and the classiest spacious homely environment one can ask for in a hotel - Superb experience. Big thank you to Celina and Kenneth at the reception
When in HK for work this is my preferred place to stay. The Ovolo staff are amazing and or they have a great CRM. They always greet you like a long lost friend. The rooms are spacious and well appointed with Nespresso machines and a treat bag. There are loads of places to eat close by.
Hard to go past...