The Western District ironically is not "Western" at all. It is the traditional "Chinatown" area of the city. It is filled ... More
The Western District ironically is not "Western" at all. It is the traditional "Chinatown" area of the city. It is filled with many specialty shops that are not seen in other main shopping areas: Chinese furniture, antiques of all kinds (including the odd fake), art supplies for Chinese painting and calligraphy, choice seafood and Chinese delicacies, paper offerings to be burnt at funerals, all kinds of preserved food, and much more. Possession Street, near the intersection of Bonham Strand and Queen's Road West, is where the British fleet first planted its flag in 1841, marking the beginning of modern Hong Kong.
Stanley Market is a popular market town on the sunny south side of Hong Kong Island. Tourists can find a
wide variety of relatively inexpensive goods such as Chinese souvenirs, rattan products, accessories and handicrafts there. The neighborhood also ...
One of Hong Kong's star attractions and one of the deepest container ports in the world, the harbor is shielded
on both sides by stunning skylines skyscrapers and Victoria Peak on one side, and the Tsim Sha Tsui shoreline ...
This 800 meter (2625 foot) hillside escalator series starts from Queen's Road Central, runs to the Hang Seng Bank Building
on Des Voeux Road Central, then passes through the Central Market and continues to climb past Hollywood Road to ...
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