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Wan Chai and Causeway Bay are the retail centres 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.
Spare leisure time and visit Happy Valley Racecourse. Here you can enjoy horse racing and bet your luck too. After that , I 'd like to have foot and body massage in Zenxes Foot Retreat nearby. To my surprise I can meet many foreigners who love Zenxes service too. Super!
Times Square, in my opinion, is a rather affordable shopping mall compares to other shopping mall in Hong Kong that rather expensive. When I visited Times Square in January 2017, I got discount in department store like Marks and Spencer, also there are a lot choices you can find in other store like Zara, etc. There are also a rather...
HKCEC made a second expansion during 2006–2009. Upon completion, the HK$1.4 billion expansion added 19,400 m2 (208,819.86 sq.ft) to the HKCEC, bringing the total exhibition space to nearly 83,000 m2 (893,404.56 sq.ft.) and total rentable function space to over 92,000 m2 (990,279.76 sq.ft.)
I walked from my hotel in North Point and came upon one of the greenest places in Hong Kong. At 6-7 AM, there is plenty of activity with walkers, joggers, tai chi groups numbering 20-30 people, etc. the park is huge with at least 6 soccer pitches, a tennis stadium, tennis courts and spacious open areas. What a pleasant experience!
Almost everything can be found on and in the surrounding of this street. We started every daily trip from here either by walking , by tram, buses or MTR. And we finished every day in one of local restaurants.
This is one of our favorite places in town and even the kids love it. There's no booking required and usually you get a seat in 5-10mins.
The chicken and pork Xiao long baos are to die for. The morning Glory and other spicy vegetables are also fantastic.
Once you come here you are going to come again and again.
Great place for lunch or dinner. Short but tasty "comfort" food menu. Space is a little tight when busy but that does not stop the service being very pleasant and at the right speed - it's not fast food after all and should be savoured a little.
Had an office lunch at the Optimist, and I must say it is probably one of the best dining experiences I have had in Hong Kong.
Every dish was fantastic, the steak is highly recommended, cooked a perfect medium rare with a tangy garnish. I would also encourage that everyone try their salads as they are quite unique and set...
We went there on a Thursday evening. We where charmed by their lovely area outside. We got great recommendations of meal and the food was delicious (home made pasta! Even gluten free upon request) The service is great and make us feel at home.
The place is located on the first floor so no car, it's super quiet, and you...
An absolutely beautiful hotel. The rooms are very big and spacious and have everything you could possibly need. All staff are extremely friendly and helpful at all times. I was attending a conference at the exhibition and conference center and there was an entrance from the hotel straight into it. Such great access. The breakfast was amazing, such variety and...
We had a half moon room which gave us a view from the corner of our room of the harbour and a sports centre.
The room was very modern with a very large bathroom which included a bath and a separate shower area with a wonderful rain shower.
We had breakfast in the dining room each morning and the service...
"Exquisite hotel, well-trained staffs but the sound proof could be a problem"
reviewed 3 days ago by Eugene S
I like almost everything about this hotel, from the low-key but classic facade which you will know from the moment you arrive that this is the place for elegant and tasteful travelers to the interior that coherent to its facade, nothing fancy, golden or shinny like most of other hotels in HK.
The staffs are all very helpful, patient and...
"Warm and Friendly Staff, shout out to Gary at the Executive Lounge ! Always attentive, and helpful."
reviewed 2 days ago by LeongInSingapore
Room was very clean, and very comfortable pillows and King bed ! Plus a massive fruit basket as a treat ! I felt spoilt silly. Buffet on the mezzanine floor was also very well-stocked and the lobby "Mirage" bar a new highlight for a night-cap before turning in. Can't wait to return to this property ! My "home" in Hong...
Park Lane has turned into the 'home away from home' when we visit Hong Kong, we have stayed at this hotel for almost 10 years, thanks to the great location and nice staffs. The service received at Park Lane is always great. However, an exception is the transportation doormen who are extremely helpful. I hope they get the recognition they...