Hong Kong Neighbourhoods
Once you take in the tantalizing amount of activities that Hong Kong offers, it is easy to get overwhelmed by the choices of where to stay in Hong Kong.
To help get you started on where to stay in Hong Kong, this guide will introduce the primary neighbourhoods and what you’ll find in each.
Far from boring, the Central District is more than just work and is filled with exciting and exclusive attractions if you know where to look.
Wanchai and Causeway Bay
These two neighbourhoods offer a fantastic mixture of cultural centres and shopping destinations.
This neighbourhood has had a bit of a makeover in recent years that shifted it from a simple residential area to a trendy destination blending antiquity with modernity.
Tsim Sha Tsui
Not only is this neighbourhood one of the liveliest ones in Hong Kong, but it also offers a wide variety of upscale dining options.
These two neighbourhoods manage to hold on to a quirky, old Hong Kong feel despite being nestled in between towering skyscrapers.
Jordan and Yaumatei
Markets dominate the neighbourhood of Mongkok but offer plenty of fascinating stalls to explore throughout the day.
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