Central District is situated in the middle of Hong Kong Island facing Victoria Harbour. It is located between Sheung Wan and Admiralty districts and is a busy financial and commercial hub during the d...
Hong Kong Central, or if it suits you better, the Central District of Hong Kong, is a do-not-miss place to see if you are on Hong Kong Island. The tall skyscrapers are amazing. The small parks and squ...
This is the part of the city with all the impressive-looking skyscrapers that you see from the typical view of Hong Kong from Victoria Peak. Walk around Central to see all these skyscrapers from below...
Anniversary Staycation at The Murray.
The Murray is the only hotel in Hong Kong listed under The Leading Hotels of the World's portfolio, a collection of independent and luxury hotels. They are pet-friendly too !
Mr. booked the signature suite package that includes afternoon tea for 2 at Garden Lounge; in room dining with a 3 course meals by Tai Pan and Popinjays’ semi buffet breakfast. And lucky me, a glass bottle with crystals of my choice at the bottom were offered.
The experience are wonderful! Comfortable mattress and room ambience is cosy; shower area and bathtubs are spacious; toiletries are of good quality. Restaurant and in room service are great; the standards of food were excellent.
Definitely coming back !
Our deal via hotel’s website is a night for Signature Suite at $36xx +10% with 3 meals and a glass bottle, carpark included.
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Hong Kong Central Classic Day Tour Recommended Itinerary
1 Drink: % Arabica Hong Kong Star Ferry (Recommended Index: )
Address: KP, 1/F, Star Ferry Pier, Tsim Sha Tsui -41 shop
(Fig. 2) In the morning, take the Star Ferry from Tsim Sha Tsui to Central Pier. You can go to %RBIC to wake up the coffee and smell it as the smallest and exquisite one in the world. Arabica.
2Star Ferry Pier (Recommended Index: )
(Figure 3) After drinking coffee, continue walking to the Star Ferry waiting area. Wait for the Star Ferry to arrive at the station and take the ferry from Tsim Sha Tsui to Central.
3 Graffiti Street
Address: From Shek Pai Street, Ka Tung Road to Sheung Wan
(Figures 3 and 4) Graffiti Walls in Sheung Wan to Central In the area, from Shiban Street to Heli Road and Jiaxian Road, it is full of graffiti walls.
(Figure 5) Central is my favorite Hong Kong area. Because this is the place with the most "Hong Kong", Hong Kong actually refers to Hong Kong Island. The reason why I like Central is very simple, because the new era and the old times are intertwined here.
(Figure 6) Walking through the inner city ring, you can see the modern and traditional Hong Kong, the fusion of China and the West.
5Food: Lin Heung House Lin Heung Tea House [2018 m Zhilian car tire food/Michelin Bibiden]
Address: 164 Wellington Street, Central, Hong Kong
(Figure 8) Lianxianglou is at the junction of Wellington Street and Aberdeen Street in Central District. It is 6 nights and 11 nights. It operates a Chinese-style tea house for lunch in the afternoon, without adding one. The famous dishes have pulp and bones. Overlord duck, fried stuffed squid. It also sells lotus root cakes.
6 PMQ Yuan Chuang Fang
Address: No. 35, Aberdeen Street, Central, Hong Kong Island
(Figure 17) has a Wenqing Most in Central Good place to visit - PMQ Yuan Chuangfang. There are two buildings inside, which sell a lot of fine designer original handmade goods, costumes, etc., as well as baking classrooms and food and beverage stores, which are very suitable for Wenqing to play and shop.
Hong Kong One Day Punch
Central is Hong Kong's commercial centre. Many banks, financial institutions and foreign consulates are located in Central. It is also a very good place to take pictures. The famous Banshan Escalator, Queen's Road, Hollywood Road and Lan Kwai Fong are all here. In order to test everyone's murals on the Kau Yan Street in Central, it is not a good photo. In the middle of the ring for 4 hours, I finally found it.
In fact, only one wall (Figure 1) can shoot a lot of poses, it is not recommended to find it here~
1 The map is seriously out of order, I just walked a lot of roads and did not go into The correct address for Causeway Bay is the intersection of Hollywood Road and Ka-Ban Road! ! ! If you can't do it, don't be reluctant. There are many shops on the side of Jiaxian Road. It seems to be a small stall vendor selling meat and vegetables.
2 Screening In order to see through uncomfortable shoes, many uphill downhills are a little tired.
3Sit on the half-mountain escalator, unless you want to go to the top of the mountain to take the cable car. There are also many good shops below. The shops of Lanfang Garden, Caijing Pho and Cuiyuan are all under the escalator
4The car can sit down, get on the back door, get off at the front door and buy tickets. You can wait a few more, the color is not the same ~
5 more time, then you love to take pictures, do not hurry in the middle of the ring, really can shoot, it is more convenient to the subway ring D2 out
[Hong Kong] ultra-small street shooting guide
weekend nothing to do with her boyfriend Hong Kong buy buy buy + pat pat
this time mainly went to two places: Central Graffiti Street / Hh/Graffiti Street is located between Central and Sheung Wan. Take a taxi and go to Yuan Chuang Fang.~
There are many beautiful places to take pictures along the way, but it is best to pick a non-weekend, so that people will not be too much
Shi Ao, take the subway to Chai Wan, then take a taxi for about HK90 to get to
This town is really beautiful. Its not like Hong Kong. Its especially rare. When you meet a few couples, take a wedding photo. The Hong Kong locals
Fig. 3 are the most famous trails. Unfortunately, the weather is not particularly good when we go. Occasionally there is sunshine. It is best to pick the weather when it is sunny. It will definitely be super beautiful! !
When it comes to Hong Kong street shooting, it is best to use a larger aperture lens!! Because if you take pictures in the city, if the background is not vain, it will be too messy.
Then it is better to pick a zebra crossing, or take pictures of the place on the road. It will be super retro, full of Hong Kong style.
The densely populated Central District in Hong Kong is a hub of transportation, business, shopping and dining. From the mix of historic and modern architecture to the narrow alleyways with open-air markets, meandering through HK’s center offers lots to see. On hot days, skywalks enable pedestrians to step off the streets into air-conditioned pathways, navigating them from one downtown building to the next.