Although Hong Kong has many popular areas, not all are recommended for travelers to stay in. People still aren’t sure of where to stay in Hong Kong
The best locations for accommodations are on Hong Kong Island and in Kowloon, which is on the mainland. Generally speaking, on Hong Kong Island, the closer to the Central district, the higher prices tend to rise. However, there are other great and more affordable options on and off the Island, too.
Regardless, no matter where you choose to stay, the MTR can conveniently connect you to all areas on the Island.
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Central is the financial center of Hong Kong and arguably the most appealing part of the city. It’s also conveniently located near two of the most popular attractions in the city, Victoria Peak with its wonderful views and Lan Kwai Fong, where locals and expats go to dine and drink. From this area one can also easily visit the International Finance Center, Man Mo Temple, and Soho. Accommodation-wise, Central has many high-end and boutique hotels.
Nearby Attractions | Victoria Peak, Lan Kwai Fong, International Finance Center, Man Mo Temple, Central-Mid-Levels Escalators, Peak Tram, Hong Kong Observation Wheel, Edward Youde Aviary, Hong Kong Trail
Similar to Central, Wan Chai is also a main commercial hub in HK, but accommodations tend to be more affordable. In addition, it’s fairly easy to commute between Wan Chai and Central. The Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre, main government offices, and the waterfront Golden Bauhinia Square lie in this area.
Nearby Attractions | Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, Golden Bauhinia Square, Lovers’ Rock, Wan Chai Heritage Trail, Tamar Park, Hong Kong Arts Center, Pak Tai Temple, Tai Yuen Street Market
Situated between Central and Wan Chai is Admiralty, a slightly more upscale area than Wan Chai. Many people head to Hong Kong Park to watch the sunset here. Most notably, Admiralty is a convenient area with several MTR connections, ideal for those who want to spend some time traveling around HK.
Nearby Attractions | Hong Kong Park, Lennon Wall, Bank of China Tower, Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre, Golden Bauhinia Square
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Causeway Bay is the excitingly chaotic heart of Hong Kong. With one of the busiest traffic thoroughfares in the world, bustling crowds, and a vibrant nightlife scene, this area never slows down. For locals and travelers alike, Causeway Bay is the best place to go shopping and get inexpensive hi-tech gadgets. Causeway Bay is also home to Victoria Park.
Nearby Attractions | Victoria Park, Houston Street, Noonday Gun, Hong Kong Times Square, The Ding Ding ancient tram
Tsim Sha Tsui
Located in Kowloon, Tsim Sha Tsui, or TST, is the most popular tourist destination in Hong Kong. From here, travelers and locals flock to Victoria Harbour to catch a glimpse of the stunning city skyline views and visit other popular attractions, such as Nathan Road and the Avenue of Stars. Many recognizable international hotels can be found here along with some low-cost hotels and hostels.
Nearby Attractions | Victoria Harbour, Nathan Road, Avenue of Stars, Kowloon Park, Tsim Sha Tsui Ferry Pier, K11 Art Mall, Hong Kong Cultural Centre, Kimberley Road (Little Korea)
Yau Ma Tei & Mong Kok
Unlike its more modern counterparts, these Kowloon neighborhoods still represent much of old Hong Kong, showcasing much of the traditional spirit and architecture from days past. Here, you can pay a visit to local markets selling jade, flowers, fabric, and clothing or spend the day exploring and taking photos. As these are mostly residential areas, they’re perfect for those looking for an Airbnb or more unique accommodation.
Nearby Attractions | Gwo Laan Fruit Market, Sky 100 Observation Deck, Tin Hau Temple, Temple Street Night Market, Sai Yeung Choi Street, Ladies’ Market, Flower Market, Sneakers Street.
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