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All reviews hysan place victoria park lee gardens shop till you drop sogo department store fashion walk shopping central windsor house shopping paradise smaller shops great place for shopping hennessy road lots of shops international brands street vendors brand name apple store
Visited this neighbourhood just to get a feel of the place. But didn’t find it as appealing as i had thought it would be. Went into 3/4 malls around the area but all had almost the same brands and nothing really outstanding about any. The...More
We dedicated a morning to visiting Causeway Bay, first having breakfast at a cafe, then visiting Victoria Park and grabbing a cake at a nearby shop, and we eventually headed to Times Square and wandered around before walking back to Central. Overall a vibrant environment,...More
It was definitely a busy place, a lot of people passing by but if you're here for shopping - you are at the right place. It's even larger than Singapore Orchard shopping centre with even bigger selections of goods. The place is dirtier though but...More
At first I wasnt sure what to make of causeway bay; it wasn't quite touristy; there are not that many shops, nor tourist sites. Nor is it that business or residential! By the end of the week we quite liked that though. It feels like...More
Another part of HK Island with lots of shopping Malls - Hysan Place and Times Square to name just two, Windsor House, Sogo - there's a lot. Plus restaurants and bars and a lot of other smaller shops.
Good tram , bus and MTR access....More
Causeway Bay is the place that deserves "shop till you drop" expression. Department stores, famous brands, big crodws, discounts, tax free shopping and more. Since there is a "causeway bay" MTR station on Island Line, it is really easy to get to the spot. Times...More
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.
Hong Kong is incredibly small. You can stay at Causeway Bay, or North Point. Prices are various, depending on your budget. Best stay is the Peninsular Hotel in Kowloon, or the Conrad just behind the Pacific Mall... More
Hong Kong is incredibly small. You can stay at Causeway Bay, or North Point. Prices are various, depending on your budget. Best stay is the Peninsular Hotel in Kowloon, or the Conrad just behind the Pacific Mall. Cheapest hotels can be found in Mong Kwok, or near Jordon Road in Kowloon.
Take the Star ferry to criss cross H.K. Harbour from Kowloon to H.k., cost only $0.30 or 25? Cents. It's an amazing ride, at night time, you have the best view of the Harbour by night.
Wander around Wan Chai by night, lots of eateries on the side street stalls, great food at dirt cheap prices.
You cannot get lost in h.K. As it is a small Island. Many people speak English.
Take the public bus to Stanley Market. Go see the Birds street in Kowloon in early morning, they pack up by 11:00.
There are 2 women's street in Causeway bay where you can buy all kinds of cheap clothing.
Take tram rides,USA $0.25? Sit upstairs, you enter at the back of the tram, pay when you leave. Have exact change, they do not make changes. $ H.K. 1.60? The tram will take you from one end of H.K. To the other.
Go to see Happy Valley , on Wednesday and Saturdays, there are races, it'll be very crowded.
Do take bathing suits, May will be so nice, there are many beaches, go by taxi, it'll be less than $usa 10:00 from harbour town side to beaches side.
These are beaches I recommend in order that I like, Clear Water Bay, (Kowloon side) big wave bay. Shek oh, deep water bay, Repulse Bay, ( the most famous, but more people). South Bay, etc
Hope this helps. Bon Voyage.