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No visit to Hong Kong is complete until you have been to Mongkok.
Back in 1993, I lived here for a week while on a training assignment with my Bank Employer - the Training Centre was across the Road and we needed the Pedestrian Underpass...More
My wife and I relied on our travel agent to book us a hotel room in Hong Kong. When we arrived on 5th Oct 2018 the taxi driver stated we were in a low to middle class area. He was correct. it was a very...More
We were staying on the Kowloon side of Victoria Harbour (@hotel Icon - very good!).
We spent a fair bit of time wandering this area, watching daily life, shopping (very crowded and lots of shops) and visiting markets. There are lots of small food sellers....More
We made the (smart) choice of staying on the the Kowloon side of the harbor - which meant we could easily walk to the markets and shops. Also easy to get to the Hong Kong side by ferry so no issues. It's less expensive near...More
You can spend your whole evening here as the night market is really huge. From fashion, accessories to electronics and home products, you can find everything here. There are also many food stalls and restaurants around, selling delicious snacks and food to fill your stomach...More
I found this one of the most authentic shopping and dining areas in Hong Kong. Its definitely a different shopping experience comparing to an ordinary HK shopping mall or the Causeway Bay shopping area. There are more locals and local retail businesses (e.g. restaurants) here....More
Hi Stephanie. of l went back to Hong Kong l would rather stay in Tsim Sha Tsui, more to do and see. Mon Kok is where locals live. Not really walking distance between the two. Also in Tsim Sha Tsui back packers accomadation... More
Hi Stephanie. of l went back to Hong Kong l would rather stay in Tsim Sha Tsui, more to do and see. Mon Kok is where locals live. Not really walking distance between the two. Also in Tsim Sha Tsui back packers accomadation is cheap. Kowloon Park is good for a walk when the skyscrapers become overload.