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Lee Tung Avenue

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Lee Tung Avenue

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Hongkongboy55 wrote a review Dec 2019
Richmond, Canada654 contributions216 helpful votes
While visiting the Wanchai area in Hong Kong Island, don't miss a walk to this busy and colorful short street. It was once a street for printing cards and wedding stuff and now converted to beautiful tourist site for taking photos. I went there in December and so the shops have prepared for the Christmas.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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TheOExpress wrote a review Mar 2019
Hong Kong, China3,392 contributions1,970 helpful votes
...within the sleazy madness of Wan Chai, more like a sanitised spot in Singapore but it has an undeniable appeal nonetheless. Leading up to and during Chinese New Year it’s undeniably beautiful and has some nice places to eat as well. Just don’t expect the rest of the neighbourhood to be anything like this...
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Date of experience: February 2019
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bahama234 wrote a review Mar 2019
Hong Kong, China338 contributions15 helpful votes
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I went to there during CNY of Pig on day and night, so beautiful. The area had been renovated to a modern style to attract the visitors. Very convenience to take MTR and get off from Wanchai station. Plenty of restaurants and pubs, as well as a shopping mall at the basement.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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Nat W wrote a review Feb 2019
Singapore, Singapore122 contributions32 helpful votes
The most colorful and decorated short street in Hong Kong is a must visit during Chinese New Year. It has blossoms, lanterns, paintings and most of all, the Pig - the zodiac animal of the year. A great photo opportunity for everyone.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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Raymond_Cheung97 wrote a review Feb 2019
Hong Kong, China68 contributions31 helpful votes
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Visit this place during CNY of Pig and it is a nice place for photo shooting and fun. Recommend to all visiotor who come to HK.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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