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The Jordan and Yau Ma Tei neighbourhood is where you will find some of the more authentic areas of Hong Kong. Not as glamourous or busy as its neighbours Mong Kok to the north or Tsim Sha Tsui to the south, Yau Ma Tei is often mistakenly overlooked by visitors on their trips to Hong Kong. Exploring parts of this area makes you feel like you’ve been transported back in time. A large part of the neighbourhood draws from the rich history of Temple Street, stretching from Jordan to Yau Ma Tei, where a mix of dai pai dongs (outdoor restaurants), market stalls, fortune tellers and old karaoke bars bring out the history and culture of the area. The neighbourhood is a showcase of diversity – different ethnicities, cultures, and a mix of old and new.
Visited the Tin Hau temple in Yau Ma Tei while walking the streets in this district of Kowloon.
It is a fascinating little pool of serenity amidst the busy streets of this district. It is a large temple with an open space with trees and seats to relax in the forecourt. Entering the temple there are a number of shrines...
I was surprised how nice this place was in the middle of Kowloon. Trees and a shady place to sit and just relax. The temple itself is your typical Chinese Temple. Lots of incense burning. Worth the 5 minutes it takes to just check it out.
It may be only small but it is quite verdant and shady. Suprisingly it is quite hilly also as you walk in the paths. It's quite near to Austin station and not that far from Kowloon Park so if you plan it right you can walk through both.
You can skip this square. Except for a few shops and couple coffee shops that's it.
I personally find this area a bit untidy. You can also see dried meat and susages hanging from some shop windows.
If you are looking for shopping u can try elsewhere.
Had seen that this place had great reviews and so when we found ourselves in Temple Market and thinking about food, we sought this place out. Easy to miss behind the stalls and easy to under-estimate! Really attentive service and the food was amazing - the mixture of spices and flavours was fantastic. Having travelled through Tokyo, Kyoto and Hong...
This is the restaurant you can taste the best traditional Chinese dessert. Hand made black sesame, walnut, almond, red bean, green beans, sweet potato with ginger, sago etc. I will be great if you eat with a group of friends or relatives so that you can try all of them at the same time! Reasonable price.
This place doesn't look much from the outside but the greeting and service on the inside were excellent.
The menu was a mixture.....Nepalese curries and pizzas! I know it sounds naff but the place works well and our curries were spot on.
The toilets were clean and I glanced in to see well organised, tidy kitchens.
I would give this...
This place is an institution and have maintained their quality for decades. Noodles have a nice springy-like texture and the prawns in the wonton have a nice crisp crunch to the bite. The broth has a deep complexity that takes this simple dish to the very next level.
Clean, quiet and tidy hotel rooms. Recently refurbished and renovated in a modern, light styling. Good value for money. Fast internet access. Close to Jordan Road MTR. Friendly and approachable staff. Relatively well equipped gym. No complaints from me! Would be 100% perfect with a pool.
Good location, spacious room and great service from the hotel team.
The hotel has a rooftop bar which definitely you can chill out in there, but I missed the game room and gym cause I didn't spend too much time in the hotel. Definitely will return next time, thank you.
We have a wondwrful stay with CHI! Always receive a warm greeting from staff when we walk around, making us feel like home when we back everyday, excellent service and spacious room here, definitely recommend CHI to all of our friends and family! Thanks again!
Hotel very easy to reach from airport using the a21 bus and although room was small it was very comfortable . It was 2 minutes walk from metro and a short walk from night market . Staff very helpful and for the price very good value
It was very easy to get to the hotel, we caught the airport express train to Kowloon and then hopped onto a mini-bus which dropped us off at the door (the buses go to a pre-determined selection of hotels in the area and are part of your express ticket cost).
Unfortunately we seemed to coincide with a large group of...