Explore the metropolitan area of Central—gourmet restaurants, shopping, and popular sights from Landmark Shopping Area to Lan Kwai Fong.
Shopping, Dining and Urban
Filled with shops and restaurants, this busy terminal provides opportunities to explore the intriguing islets adorning the bays of southern China.
Bars, clubs and restaurants line this famous party district, known for its nightlife and festivals.
An eclectic mix of restaurants, bars and boutique shops awaits you in this popular dining and entertainment area.
Encounter the latest luxury fashion trends, sweeping views of Hong Kong, a cinema and rooftop dining at this landmark multipurpose complex.
Cutting like a knife through the air, this large and futuristic skyscraper provides a distinctive flair to the Hong Kong skyline.
Take a break from a busy day in the heart of Hong Kong’s financial district to visit a peaceful temple, one of the city’s recognized historic landmark buildings.
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Wan Chai is a vibrant neighborhood that's popular for its restaurants. The neighborhood has many appealing features, among them its architecture and skyline. Other highlights include the local shopping and art scene, as well as the natural splendor of the island views.
Causeway Bay is a scenic neighborhood that's popular for its restaurants. The neighborhood's skyline, festivals, and natural features are just some of its charming qualities. Broaden your horizons with the local shopping.
From a street market and a former communist hangout to experimental art galleries and innovative kids’ activities, this district blends old and new.
The Sheung Wan neighborhood welcomes visitors with convenient options for restaurants. The neighborhood has many charming qualities, its skyline among the more noteworthy. Other highlights include the local shopping and temples, as well as the natural splendor of the island views.
A holiday village that once housed British soldiers and a pair of preserved temples complement the dazzling skyscrapers and malls of this eclectic district.
Markets, bars and green waterfront parks have brought this zone to life, offering an intriguing alternative to the adjacent Central district.