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Must go there for shopping when visit HONG KONG.
Avoid to go there on weekend as there are many tourists and local people for working during the office hours.
Do the shopping on weekday from 10 - 5 is the best.
CWB does have busy streets and a lot of shopping, but it also has plenty of karaoke bars on the higher floors of some buildings, office blocks, cool restaurants and the lovely Victoria Park. The Central Library is here (by the park) and guests may...More
This could have easily been 5th Ave in NYC, the Mile in Chicago or Yonge St. in Toronto. Many high end western retailers with very little Chinese influence. It was very nice but not what I came to Hong Kong for. If you have a...More
The best feature there is SOGO department store, IKEA, or the Hong Kong main library, which is terrific. Victoria Park is also nearby. Very interesting on the weekends when all the Fillipina and Indonesian maids gather on their days off. The level of happiness in...More
Offers shopping experience right from cheap 50 HKD street shopping to 50,000 HKD brands shopping. Has something for everyone. Only negative is that you have be ready for the push and pull by the crowd. It is always crowded, be it anytime of the day....More
Causeway Bay is somewhere to go if you feel a bit lonely in Hong Kong - it's jampacked with people almost all of the time. The majority of them are congregated around Times Square, the enormous mall in the centre of Causeway Bay, but there...More
In Kowloon, you visit Mongkok or Tsim Sha Tsui (TST) area for shopping malls, shops and street markets. The equivalent to these areas on Hong Kong island can be found in Causeway Bay. This district is teaming with shopping opportunities from street markets like the...More
Times Square is the main Causeway Bay shopping mall and SOGO is the biggest department store in Hong Kong. There many more local retailers and markets around there. The area is packed with people for shopping, eating and for more shopping.
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.