Be sure to try the Night Wolf, Italian low-fat soft gelato twisted with 66% dark chocolate served with buttery crumbs, caramelised banana ice cream, passion fruit pannacotta, brownie and chocolate chip eggettes and crunchy flakes. So the whole area is worth a stroll. The travel transportation system in Hong Kong is one of the best in the region. Hong Kong Style Steak House Causeway Bay A classic in Hong Kong old school restaurant serving tasty over-seasoned steaks served on a sizzling hot plate. Popular spots like and offer no-frills experiences. The rooms are luxurious, chic and modern. Go Temple Hopping Image credit: Buddhism and Taoism are major religions in Hong Kong and that is reflected in the number of temples and monasteries you will find throughout the city.
The neighbourhood is home to relaxed eateries, independent boutiques and fantastic street art. Climb aboard a junk ship and head out to Millionaires Beach. The space is fun and casual, filled with colorful neon lights. Fast Slow Food Central All vegan everything, even their amazing desserts including raw coconut, chocolate, pumpkin cakes and more! Sheung Wan Sushi Shikon is a three Michelin star restaurant in Hong Kong and is part of the legendary Sushi Yoshitake family in Ginza, Tokyo, which also holds three Michelin stars. Peking Duck Tsim Sha Tsui This restaurant has mad decent super affordable Peking duck along with delicious hot pot. And it returns the favour by donating literally every part of its body including the thigh, wing, neck, liver, tail or skin. But you will be rewarded with some astounding views of Stanley, Chung Hom Kok, Repulse Bay and Tai Tam Reservoir.
Their burgers are bad in a good way. There are harbour views, but from a different angle, and only a fifteen minute taxi ride to the centre of town. The views from the 118th floor are sensational, ideal for photographers, and the cocktails are pretty wonderful too. We ate things I never even knew existed. On offer are the latest designs of local and international brands.
The eatery was built in the style of of an exquisite Chinese imperial palace. These are just a few of our favourite things to do in Hong Kong. With plenty of space, an unbeatable location and wonderful views of the skyline. There are some new buildings, shops and hotels in this place. Jade Markets Not surprisingly this Kowloon spot, on Battery Street, is dedicated to all things Jade. Voyagin offers great prices for tickets to many Hong Kong attractions. Today, after many rounds of reclamation, is landlocked.
Photography hot spots at night markets Love photography? Make sure you try the Katsu Sando and Uni Soba as well! Perfect if you're looking for local colour - the streets here are packed each evening with people flocking to the Night Market and the Ladies Market. For an island its size, it certainly contains a lot of activities and sightseeing opportunities, including several small islands to check out. So the only true way to see Hong Kong is to go to Hong Kong! Regardless of the weather, leave time to enjoy one of the easy walking trails around the top of the mountain, like the relaxing 3. Black Truffle Dumplings and Rainbow balls are just a couple of the innovative dishes you can throw into your hot pot! A quick taxi ride and you can sip beers on the beach at Mavericks surf cafe as a reward. Causeway Bay Hundreds of small shops and boutiques to be discovered at Causeway Bay for your shopping addiction.
If you appreciate the antiques, you can find them in the shops on Hollywood Road. Apliu Street There is a flea market in Apliu Street. As I have a few cigar smoking friends, I had to take care of their need. The Zaatar filled flats are mad tasty with a gluten-free alternative available. The feeling is 'modern zen', with plenty of luxury and technology, also plenty of clean lines in wood and stone. Just up the hill, on Tai Ping Shan, a few smaller hole-in-the-wall temples pump out incense and ceremonies all day without the tourists.
Coffee at 18 Grams 29. What cool things would you add to the list? Instead, they sell and it makes for a great photography spot. Thousands of locals and overseas visitors flock to this temple to plea their wishes. There is a whole range of electronic gadgets, clothings, music gadgets and clothings for men on Temple Street. Mai Po Wetlands Come and enjoy some bird watching and hiking in this wetlands.
If you have only a minute to read, then scan through the Highlights below to get the overview picture quickly. Four articles is the starting number to be counted as bulk-buy. This very cool eatery supplies delicious burgers from meat right through to veggie, in a suave setting. Beyond Cantonese food, the best of China is well represented, be it Shanghainese, Northern or Sichuanese. At that time the service from Victoria Harbour to Tsim Sha Tsui took up to one hour.
Full price is for chumps. At the Wetland Interactive World, there are exhibits and galleries providing information on conservation. Try one of the tourist markets to pick up some local souvenirs for a pocketful of pennies or brave a wet market to see where the locals do their daily shopping. A high-speed elevator transports people to the top floor in just 60 seconds. On either side, a mesmerizing collection of high-rises lures photographers and architecture lovers from all over the world. The service and wait here is pretty shiitty.