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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.
Wednesday nights at Happy Valley is a great night of entertainment.
For many the races are secondary.
There are numerous food outlets and bar outlets through the venue. Live bands play between races.
For a few dollars more get yourself a members entry which allows you to go between the members area and the general admin area. You must have...
The venue itself is very good, well staffed and in a great location.
Air con isn’t great though so keeping your jacket on is very uncomfortable.
No designated area for exhibitors to eat so that’s also an issue.
They need to put parkland or something out the front.
Will be here again next year so looking forward to seeing how...
It is essentially a park for the local inhabitants but we had a pleasant few hours strolling round the park. We were very taken with the model boating pool where locals were racing model speed boats around the boating pool. Plenty of seating around and plenty of areas of shade and if you are inclined to people watching, that too.
Times Square in Hong Kong is a real happening place for shopping, dining and entertainment.
It was located just across the road from our Hotel in Causeway Bay and my wife wanted to visit the place as soon as we had checked into our hotel ....She spent a few hours browsing around and did buy a few items which were...
Before arriving, I thought Lockhart Rd was the main drag of Wan Chai, but instead found it to be the main drag of Bathroom supplies.
Hennessy Rd is far better for what you expect of Hong Kong, Pubs, Shops, Money Change, Markets, double decker trams, and much more. Worth the explore
"Best food and Best service Italian restaurant in Hong Kong."
reviewed 6 days ago by Marielle C
Last week we went and ate to this Italian restaurant and the food are really great and awesome. We had the rib eye steak, a pasta name penne Jerome, seabass and so much more and it was very delicious. They have a good service in the customers. Thank you Divino Patio for taking good care of us. We will come...
Decided to try out the dim sum in Dynasty since we were staying in the hotel and it was before we headed to the airport. Was impressed by the extremely warm and amiable service rendered by Ms Wang Lam Lam (王琳琳). Since Ms Wang is conversant in both Mandarin and Cantonese, communicating with her was a breeze since we don’t...
Stayed at the Renaissance Harbour View Hotel and had our buffet dinners here at the Cafe twice. It was one of the best choices of choosing to have our weekend dinner here, because they had a package where you could eat and yet had free flow Tiger/Heineken beer on top of your paid glasses of wine.
We reserved a table...
The staff go the extra mile, I can highly recommend this hotel. On a global standard one of the best Hyatt’s. I tried all the restaurants, each bring their own touch of culture and diversity with food and service to a very high standard.
The guys and the management of the group have really understood hospitality and discreet luxury. Nice friendly team at the reception, help full proactive and service minded. I stayed before, a couple of years ago and it just getting better and better. A hotel not to miss if you visit Hong Kong as location is great, close to Causeway Bay,...
Wonderfully designed hotel in the center of wanchai. Getting there was a bit troublesome as I couldn't figure out where was the entrance, but once you find it, you get surprised with what's inside. The tube is close and the exhibition center showcasing the design fair was 10min walking. The rooms are beautifully decorated, with minimalist ship like concept interiors....
Awesome service staff Kevin Tam and Joey Ho.
Thanks for your support and help Provide birthday cake and balloon arrangement to celebrate my husband birthday.We had a great time at the hotel.
Every thing it’s perfect!
I brought my parents here for my father’s birthday and couldn’t be happier I made the choice to stay here. It’s in a very convenient location in wan chai, a 5-10 minute car ride and a 20 minute train ride to/from central.
The hotel is exceptionally clean, spacious and well designed. But what’s most commendable of the establishment is the...