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    • SAI YEUNG CHOI STREET (aka ELECTONIC STREET)
      8 minutes walk

      Address: Sai Yeung Choi Street, Mongkok, Kowloon

      Description: Cameras, televisions, smartphones, LED TV screens, PCs, notebooks and everything in between can be procured here at Electronics Street at a price. Shoppers should look smart and know their stuff before approaching a salesperson to enquire about any item. And of course being in Mongkok, visitors can bargain or negotiate a better deal for items.
    • TUNG CHOI STREET/THE GOLDFISH MARKET
      7 minutes walk

      Address: Tung Choi Street, Mongkok, Kowloon

      Description: In Mongkok there is a street for everything, in this case, goldfish. Tung Choi Street North of Bute Street is lined with merchants who deal in the trade of goldfish and other tropical sea life. Don’t be surprised to find starfish, clown fish and even crustaceans in these shops.

      URL: http://www.discoverhongkong.com/eng/shop/where-to-shop/street-markets-and-shopping-streets/goldfish-market.jsp
    • FA YUEN STREET (aka SNEAKERS STREET)
      7 minutes walk

      Address: Fa Yuen Street, Mongkok, Kowloon

      Description: For the image conscious, Fa Yuen Street brings together the greatest gathering of sports shoe and sportswear brands within one street where they go toe to toe to get the attention of shoppers. They are loud, colorful and active, as this street brings you the best of the best, statement making footwear and because of that, people from all over the world flock to Fa Yuen Street. In fact, rumor has it that LeBron James was seen shopping here too.

      URL: http://www.discoverhongkong.com/eng/shop/where-to-shop/street-markets-and-shopping-streets/sneakers-street.jsp
    • MONGKOK WET MARKET
      7 minutes walk

      Address: Mongkok, Kowloon

      Description: Not for the faint hearted, a visit to Mongkok wet market is a treat as visitors witness the bustling morning activity of barter, bargaining and trading like the old days. Colorful, loud and full of interesting smells, a trip to the wet market is an experience to behold.
    • WEST KOWLOON CULTURAL DISTRICT
      15 minutes via taxi

      Address: Austin Road West, Kowloon

      Description: Head over to the West Kowloon Cultural District to enjoy a combination of art, education and public space. The area sits directly on the waterfront promenade and visitors can hire a bike to cycle along a designated track and soak in the stunning harbor views. Cultural and theatre shows as well as art exhibitions are often shown in the district so check the website for the latest information.

      URL: http://www.westkowloon.hk/en/home
    • 1881 HERITAGE
      15 minutes via taxi

      Address: 2A Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon

      Description: Explore a 120 year-old heritage building located in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui. The former Marine Police Headquarters has been transformed into a cultural and shopping landmark. Visitors can explore the historical artefacts and experience the majesty of the picture perfect colonial building. The site also hosts a boutique shopping mall and several fine dining restaurants which are typically found in the Tsim Sha Tsui district.

      URL: http://www.1881heritage.com
    • HONG KONG CULTURAL CENTRE
      20 minutes via taxi

      Description: The Centre often plays host to a range of cultural activities including operas, concerts, dances, theatre and musicals. Visitors interested in the arts should check to see what performances coincide with their trip to Hong Kong so that they can experience a world class performance or take home some Chinese culture by watching a local show.

      URL: http://www.lcsd.gov.hk/en/hkcc/index.html
    • SIK SIK YUEN WONG TAI SIN TEMPLE
      15 minutes via taxi

      Address: 2, Chuk Yuen Village, Wong Tai Sin, Kowloon, H.K. (MTR Wong Tai Sin Station Exit B2)

      Description: The Wong Tai Sin Temple is home to three religions and is a place where worshippers pray for good fortune. On top of being a scenic attraction and spiritual centre, the site is also home to a medical clinic and has fortune tellers and hawker stalls selling religious tokens. Visitors during Chinese New Year will be treated to spectacular scenes and colorful decorations. 

      URL: http://www.siksikyuen.org.hk/
    • NINA FOSSIL GARDEN
      20 minutes via taxi

      Address: 8 Yeung Uk Rd, Tsuen Wan

      Description: Archaeology and Indiana Jones enthusiasts will enjoy exploring the Nina Fossil Garden. The Nina Fossil Garden is a collection of fossils from the late Nina Wang. The garden aims to educate visitors about fossils and to encourage them to respect and preserve our present environment for future generations. Complimentary guided tours are available every Sunday with visitors required to register at the Information Centre on the first floor of the Nina Shopping Mall.

      URL: http://www.ninafossilgarden.com/
    • HONG KONG GLOBAL GEOPARK OF CHINA
      1 hour via taxi

      Description: The Hong Kong Global Geopark of China covers an area of 50 square kilometers extending across the Eastern and Northeastern New Territories, showcasing Hong Kong’s timeless and intriguing natural beautiful landforms. Visitors can book Geopark tours but should check beforehand as they are seasonal. 

      URL: http://www.geopark.gov.hk
    • LANGHAM PLACE MALL
      5 minutes walk

      Address: Langham Place, 8 Argyle Street, Mongkok, Kowloon

      Description: Known as the biggest mall in Mongkok, Langham Place boasts having over 200 shops as well as a plethora of dining options to suit a variety of budgets. The shops are geared towards Hong Kong’s younger generation with the majority of stores selling youth fashion. The mall itself is quite an attraction with a corkscrew design

      URL: http://www.langhamplace.com.hk/
    • LADIES' MARKET
      10 minutes walk

      Address: Tung Choi Street, Mongkok

      Description: With well over 100 stalls selling everything from clothes, souvenirs, watches, and more, the excitement of Ladies’ Market is more in the haggling than in what they are selling. People from all over the world come here to buy trinkets for their friends and family and with stalls that stretch one kilometer, no wonder it is popularity.

      URL: http://www.discoverhongkong.com/eng/shop/where-to-shop/street-markets-and-shopping-streets/ladies-market.jsp
    • FLOWER MARKET
      12 minutes walk

      Address: Flower Market Road, Prince Edward, Kowloon

      Description: For the love of flora, the Mongkok Flower Market is a wonderfully colorful and fragrant destination for travelers. Shoppers will find everything from cut flowers, to potted plants, bulbs or orchids, the exotic to the mundane and all at incredibly cheap wholesale prices.

      URL: http://www.discoverhongkong.com/eng/shop/where-to-shop/street-markets-and-shopping-streets/flower-market.jsp
    • MONGKOK COMPUTER CENTRE
      10 minutes walk

      Address: 49 - 69 Fa Yuen Street, Mongkok, Kowloon

      Description: With over 70 computer and electronic retailers in the one building, the Mongkok Computer Centre is a heaven for tech enthusiasts but also an attraction for tourists looking for a gadget or two to take back from Hong Kong. With the latest in tech offerings there is sure to be something for everyone.

      URL: http://www.mongkokcc.com/ 
    • SHAM SHUI PO
      15 minutes walk

      Address: Apliu Street, Sham Shui Po, Kowloon

      Description: Electronic goods are everywhere in Sham Shui Po. Tourists can try their hand at bargaining for electronic goods at the Apliu Street Flea Market where both new and second hand electronic goods can be found. The Golden Computer Arcade nearby provides a central location full of computer and tech related goodies at good prices.
    • FESTIVAL WALK
      15 minutes via taxi

      Address: 80 Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon Tong

      Description: Festival Walk is a shopper’s delight, combining over 200 global brand name stores with notable restaurants, a cinema and an ice skating rink. This expansive shopping mall makes shopping a breeze with a great variety of retail brands conveniently located in the one spot. Those needing to take a break from shopping can catch a movie or put their skating skills to the test at one of Hong Kong’s largest ice rinks.

      URL: http://www.festivalwalk.com.hk/en/
    • TSIM SHA TSUI
      One of Hong Kong’s busiest districts with a never ending line of stalls, shops, markets, restaurants and malls. Everything you need to complete your Hong Kong experience can be found here.
    • KNUTSFORD TERRACE

      15 minutes via taxi

      Address: Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon

      Description: For a night out, take a quick MTR ride to Tsim Sha Tsui and you’ll be in the middle of some of Hong Kong’s best dining and entertainment outlets. Knutsford Terrace is an entire district dedicated to hip restaurants and uber chic bars. Enjoy the diverse offerings of food and soak in the sights and sounds of this famed district.
    • ELEMENTS
      10 minutes via taxi

      Address: 1 Austin Road West, Kowloon, Hong Kong

      Description: Located above the MTR Kowloon station, Elements is home to some of the world’s most prestigious and dynamic fashion brands. Visit Civic Square on 3/F for a unique alfresco dining experience.

      URL: http://www.elementshk.com/
    • HONG KONG DISNEYLAND
      25 minutes via taxi

      Address: Lantau Island, Hong Kong

      Description: Discover the magic of Hong Kong Disneyland by spending an enchanting day with all your favorite Disney characters. Opened in 2005, the theme park is split into seven areas giving families the opportunity to wander through and explore different facets and rides of the park. Unlike its Disney counterparts around the world, Hong Kong’s Disneyland comes with a Chinese twist having consulted a feng shui master during construction of the park. The park is constantly expanding with the latest addition Mystic Point opening in 2013. Hong Kong Disneyland is also easily accessible by MTR making it for a relaxing and fun day out.

      URL: https://www.hongkongdisneyland.com/
    • OCEAN PARK
      25 minutes via taxi

      Address: Ocean Park Road, Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong

      Description: Come explore one of Asia’s most popular entertainment destinations, right next door to L’hotel Island South! Ocean Park, Hong Kong’s very own theme park combines thrilling rides with up close animal experiences. Their impressive aquarium is home to several creatures of the deep whilst you can expect to see penguins and some unexpected koalas and kangaroos in action! Travel back in time by exploring the Old Hong Kong section of the park or if you’re not afraid of ghosts, visit during Halloween when the park enjoys a scary makeover and morphs into an even more thrilling experience for visitors.

      URL: http://www.oceanpark.com.hk/
    • SKY100 HONG KONG OBSERVATION DECK
      10 minutes via taxi

      Address: 100/F, International Commerce Centre, 1 Austin Road West, Kowloon, Hong Kong

      Description: Visit Sky100 at the world famous International Commerce Centre (ICC) and experience 360° panoramic views of Hong Kong’s captivating skyline as it meets Victoria Harbour. Soar high above the city on the 100th floor and watch this captivating city of dreams.

      URL: http://sky100.com.hk/
    • HK3D MUSEUM
      15 minutes via taxi

      Address: 96 Granville Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

      Description: Tourists will need to make sure their cameras are ready and fully charged before they dive into the 3D world of illusions and trick art at the HK3D Museum. The 3D museum features local Hong Kong and Chinese culture as well as special 3D exhibitions, all sure to have visitors in funny and memorable poses with the photos sure to impress family and friends.

      URL: http://www.hk3dm.com.hk/
    • TSIM SHA TSUI PROMENADE
      12 minutes by taxi

      Address: Promenade, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon

      Description: Go for a stroll along the Avenue of Stars, Hong Kong’s answer to the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The Avenue runs along the water and provides a picture perfect view of the Hong Kong skyline. It is also a great location from which to enjoy the symphony of lights which begin at 8pm every night. Compare hand sizes with Hong Kong celebrity handprints and try an action pose next to a life size bronze statue of action hero Bruce Lee.

      URL: http://www.avenueofstars.com.hk/eng/home.asp
    • THE HONG KONG OBSERVATION WHEEL
      15 minutes via taxi

      Address: 33 Man Kwong Street, Central

      Description: Enjoy panoramic views of the city's stunning skyline by climbing aboard and taking a spin around the Observation Wheel. The best time to experience the wheel is at 8:00pm when ride goers can enjoy the Symphony of Lights show from the comfort of their cabin. The light show involves over forty buildings on both sides of the harbor and at 60 metres above ground level people on the wheel will have the best seats in the house.

      URL: http://www.hkow.hk/
    • STAR FERRY RIDE
      15 minutes via taxi

      Address: Star Ferry Pier, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

      Description: Take a ride between Tsim Sha Tsui and Central on the iconic Star Ferry. There's no better way to marvel at the Hong Kong skyline and harbour than on the ferry which has been in operation since 1888. At just under HK$3 per ride, it is definitely the best bang for your buck tourist attraction in Hong Kong.

      URL: http://www.starferry.com.hk/
    • LAN KWAI FONG
      20 minutes via taxi

      Address: Central, Hong Kong

      Description: Fresh off the boaters will tell you that Lan Kwai Fong is the place to be for after-work drinks, dinners and big nights out as more than 100 restaurants bars and clubs line this famed district in Central. CNN has listed Lan Kwai Fong as one of ten things that Hong Kong does better than anywhere else and it keeps getting better. It is no wonder that Gordon Ramsey chose to open his first restaurant here at the LKF Hotel.

      URL: http://www.lankwaifong.com/
    • SOHO
      20 minutes via taxi

      Address: Central, Hong Kong

      Description: Soho is one of Hong Kong island's best places for wining and dining. The streets of Soho are lined with trendy restaurants, bars and cafes as well as art galleries and antique shops. Enjoy a relaxing lunch and explore the boutiques or wait for the sun to set and watch Soho become even more vibrant and alive. Soho can be accessed by taking the Central-Mid-Levels escalator which is one of the longest escalators in the world.

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