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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.
Went here by myself to have a look. It was fun with all the statues. Nice thing to do when you're travelling on a budget and want to go out to explore and see fun things.
And a really nice view of parts of Hong Kong.
Wasn't too crowded, which was good! Probably because of all the construction work going...
I am Indonesian. I met many Indonesian domestic workers on Sunday morning. They were talked each others, breakfast, bunch, worship, etc. Many times I heard Javanese language. Mostly they were Javanese. Felt like home. The park itself is food, clean, sanctuary. Local senior people done TAICHI. Very refreshing moment
Not quite ss big as New York but just as bright & high into the sky! Good place for a photo, in the centre of causeway bay. Surrounded by lots of shops & restaurants. Area is clean, and a lot is pedestrianised with plenty of entertainment going on.
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
"Bringing my gourmet experience to a whole new level! "
reviewed 3 weeks ago by syndromicgirl
I do agree when it comes to dining in HK there is a neverending list to choose from. I decided to make a reservation at Town without any second thoughts as I already had Japanese fusion in mind and this restaurant popped up on google. I must say the food was amazing and did not disappoint at all, each course...
Nice view on the harbour, had a coffee and fresh juice in front of good fruits chunks for breakfast. Tasty dragon fruit, melon, watermelon with strawberries and rasperries. Not very quick service but nice dishes and espresso coffee available. Relaxing sofa advised to enjoy breakfast or happy hour in the evening.
I booked this restaurant because it was highly rated for the harbor views. However we got a table closer to the centre of the dining room. That aside the evening was most enjoyable. Don't overlook the Prawn and Scallop with Asparagus and Black Truffle it was certainly the highlight of the night. Wine list was OK. Char-Siu was also quite...
I come here for many years as a regular unregular- I love the food and atmosphere - been there yesterday again and service was excellent - we ordered food and a take away dinner box for someone who was not able to join. Place to go - but please leave always a table for me 😂
The Grand Hyatt was a comfortable hotel, which catered to my needs in terms of facilities in room dining, a good Gym a couple of eating options - the food was good in the restaurants. the biggest downfall was the construction going on around the hotel, once this is complete you will be able to walk to the central area...
We stayed 8 days in this very nice hotel in HK and would absolutely recommend it. Spacious rooms, a gigantic bed (2.4M) and nice decorations throughout the hotel. Crew is very friendly, as well as the breakfast staff (thanks Jane...). Also the Wifi Buddy was extremely helpful for us.
Prior to booking this hotel, I was deciding to stay in Kowloon or Hong Kong side. Am glad I chose to stay at Lanson Place as it is a beautiful hotel, cosy, clean, bigger than most Hong Kong hotel rooms (we had 3 adults so the space helps) and most of all their service was superb !
It was also...
Nice big business hotel by the harbor. If shopping is the agenda, this is not the place to be but pretty close to the MTR. Breakfast was wonderful with many choices. Friendly staff.
Bed was too soft for the husband as he developed a backache after 2 nights here. But other than that, stay was good.