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Bar
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“Lan Kwai Fong and Soho are often buzzing with fashionable locals and trendy tourists seeking a cool place to hang out at trendy bars, restaurants, clubs and drinking dens. Both nightlife districts are located in Central Hong Kong and are easily accessible via MRT, bus, and trams. Lan Kwai Fong is crowded every night and gets especially packed on festival days and New Year’s Eve.”
  • 119 personnes du coin recommandent
Centre commercial
“Times Square is considered the first of its kind, the first "vertical mall" in Hong Kong. Due to the high land price in Hong Kong, and the higher yield on retail property, Times Square departs from the common western model of the flat shopping mall. The space allocated to retail is configured over 9 stories. The mall and lifts to the office tower are accessible by long escalators linking the ground floor podium and the first level of the mall.”
  • 73 personnes du coin recommandent
Natural Feature
“You can hike to the peak from Kennedy Town or HKU. Google routes to follow.”
  • 74 personnes du coin recommandent
Quartier
“The Peak is amazing especially on a sunny clear day- hiking on a fine day is well worth the effort, otherwise the tram is a great experience. Buy your tickets before to avoid the queue! The hike will take around 1.5-2 hours round trip.. At the top you can enjoy a glass of wine at The Peak Lookout which has a fantastic view, or lunch at one of the restaurants. The view is breathtaking, at the top turn to the right . and follow the path to t he viewpoint for the perfect photo.”
  • 64 personnes du coin recommandent
Landmark
“One of Hong Kong’s oldest temples and a declared monument, atmospheric Man Mo Temple is dedicated to the gods of literature (‘Man’), holding a writing brush, and of war (‘Mo’), wielding a sword. Built in 1847 during the Qing dynasty by wealthy Chinese merchants, it was, besides a place of worship, a court of arbitration for local disputes when trust was thin between the Chinese and the colonialists.”
  • 44 personnes du coin recommandent
Parc
“Yo u can see animals and birds in this park as well as exotic plants. All free. Perfect for a chilling day. ”
  • 36 personnes du coin recommandent
Botanical Garden
“Very close walk (10 mins) and a quick find for nature in the city. Otherwise head to Hatton Rd for access to the many trails of HK Island.”
  • 24 personnes du coin recommandent
Restaurant thaïlandais
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“The area now consists of restaurants, bars, nightclubs, art galleries and antique stores of Staunton Street and Elgin Street. SoHo also is home to the first full-time comedy club in Asia, The TakeOut Comedy Club Hong Kong.[1] Hong Kong taxi drivers usually regard "SoHo" to mean either Staunton Street or Elgin Street.”
  • 53 personnes du coin recommandent
Theme Park
“Beside Hong Kong Disney, Ocean Park is the local theme park. It has different attraction for different age and family members. 1. Animals - Kangaroo, Panda, Koala, Fox, striated caracaras, turkey vultures, Chinese Sturgeon and Sea Jelly etc. 2. Thrill Rides - Roller Coaster, Flying Swing etc. 3. Shows 4. Other Journey experience.”
  • 32 personnes du coin recommandent
Transportation
“The Peak Tram is a funicular railway in Hong Kong, which carries both tourists and residents to the upper levels of Hong Kong Island. Running from Garden Road Admiralty to Victoria Peak via the Mid-Levels, it provides the most direct route and offers good views over the harbour and skyscrapers of Hong Kong. ”
  • 41 personnes du coin recommandent
Parc
“The park was formerly a typhoon shelter known as Causeway Bay Typhoon Shelter, part of Victoria Harbour, used as a refuge by fishing boats and yachts during typhoon seasons. In the 1950s, the shelter was reclaimed and the park was built there. The typhoon shelter was then relocated to the north. The park has long been a gathering place for domestic workers on Sundays, their usual day off. Since the early 2000s, helpers from Indonesia have come to predominate, in and around the western end of the Park, as their numbers in Hong Kong have increased relative to those from the Philippines. The parallel tradition for Filipina domestic workers is to congregate around Statue Square in Central. A portion of the park was occupied by construction of a slip road for the Central–Wan Chai Bypass project. This was "hugely controversial" as local councillors and residents alleged they were not informed that the road would cut through the park. In March 2015 construction unearthed unexploded ordnance dating from World War II and the Explosive Ordnance Disposal Bureau of the Hong Kong Police Force was called in to dispose of it. The bypass opened in early 2019. The slip road is now a permanent fixture in the north of the park, where it runs in a depression for about 150 metres before entering a tunnel portal.”
  • 38 personnes du coin recommandent
Grilladerie
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“Must go to their roof top bar , open at 6:00 pm so you can see their sun set view. Not too recommend their restaurant . But still very nice view and food.”
  • 51 personnes du coin recommandent
Divertissement général
“Take the tram right outside the entrance on the ground floor till the last stop. The races are on only on Wednesday and Sunday. ”
  • 41 personnes du coin recommandent
Convention Center
“Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre - within 10 mins walk through a Covered footbridge from your door, which protect you from rain and sun shine!”
  • 17 personnes du coin recommandent
Restaurant australien
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“Great good and good value for the quantity and quality. Nice ambiance. 2 mins away - just down the street! ”
  • 46 personnes du coin recommandent
Bar
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“It is the party area, lots of bars and resturaunts and you can drink on the streets with 'Club 7/11' . this is a mmuch cheaper alterative for people that are saving their buck!”
  • 23 personnes du coin recommandent

Meilleurs restaurants

Restaurant thaïlandais
“The area now consists of restaurants, bars, nightclubs, art galleries and antique stores of Staunton Street and Elgin Street. SoHo also is home to the first full-time comedy club in Asia, The TakeOut Comedy Club Hong Kong.[1] Hong Kong taxi drivers usually regard "SoHo" to mean either Staunton Street or Elgin Street.”
  • 53 personnes du coin recommandent
Grilladerie
“Must go to their roof top bar , open at 6:00 pm so you can see their sun set view. Not too recommend their restaurant . But still very nice view and food.”
  • 51 personnes du coin recommandent
Restaurant australien
“Great good and good value for the quantity and quality. Nice ambiance. 2 mins away - just down the street! ”
  • 46 personnes du coin recommandent
Lounge
“Outdoor bar, excellent venue for an after work drink, if the weather is good”
  • 37 personnes du coin recommandent
Restaurant de dumplings
“The legendary Taiwanese dim sum restaurant opened their first Hong Kong branch in Causeway Bay before moving onto an additional three other locations dotted around town, although this is still our favourite. The expertly crafted xialongbao (a sort of twisted dim sum with a range of fillings) are by-now legendary and an absolute must try, especially the fancy black truffle and pork. Other highlights include tofu with crab roe and the classic salabao steamed buns with a range of fillings. One of the best things about Din Tai Fung is the food is typically less oily than other dim sum joints around town. Opening Hours: 11:30 - 22:00 Address: G/F, Delay No Mall, 68 Yee Wo St, Causeway Bay Tel: +852 3160 8998 ”
  • 45 personnes du coin recommandent
Pub gastronomique
“It used to be one of the biggest pawn shops in Hong Kong, now it has been preserved and transformed into a Wan Chai staple, request a seat at the balcony for brunch or an afternoon drink, and just watch the hustle and bustle of Wan Chai”
  • 33 personnes du coin recommandent
Restaurant chinois
“Ho Lee Fook is best when you’re craving the addictive qualities
 of Asian takeaway and a loud Chinatown-basement vibe—except here dishes are creatively executed, ingredients are carefully sourced and a touch of restraint allows for appreciation of an unconventional approach. The concept is intentionally ironic in Hong Kong a city where diners demand authenticity in their Chinese cuisine. Homey dishes are served family-style, mostly plated in a nonchalant mound and heavily seasoned with spices, coriander and fried shallots capturing the essence of the chef’s Taiwanese background. Highlights: Mom’s dumplings, Kurobuta pork char siu, Fried Brussels sprouts with cauliflower and bacon chilli jam, Hamachi P.S. Walk-in only. If you want to eat inside without a wait, pop in early before the crowds settle in. ”
  • 36 personnes du coin recommandent
Restaurant
“A Vietnamese street food experience, (Bia Hoi) fresh Vietnamese draft beer style bar and eatery. The casual 45-seat space is a comfortable but lively (i.e. noisy) hangout, with a minimalist modern design that still feels laidback and completely unpretentious. Highlights: VFC (Vietnamese Fried Chicken Wings), Short rib lettuce wrap, Morning Glory, Pho Roll. Cocktails: Pho-jito, Far East Smash, Saigon Sour. P.S. Walk-in only. If you want to eat inside without a wait, pop in early before the crowds settle in. ”
  • 36 personnes du coin recommandent

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