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Hong Kong describes itself as “Asia’s World City”, and it’s hard to disagree. This is the place where East Asia and the rest of the world meet to do business, a social and intellectual melting-pot and a cultural powerhouse. It’s not surprising that everyone falls in love with its unique charms as soon as they set foot on its neon-bright, bustling streets, or catch a glimpse of the glittering South China Sea.
Hong Kong is a city of contrasts, with tranquil countryside and quiet coastal inlets just a short journey from pulsating business districts and upmarket residential areas. Whether you’re a shopaholic or a gourmet, an art lover or an adventurer, there’s something here for all tastes. The Hong Kong Museum of Art houses a valuable collection of Chinese artworks, while the lively street markets of Mong Kok offer an alternative view of local culture. If your taste in shopping is more upmarket, you can happily splash the cash on luxury brands in the malls of Tsim Sha Tsui, or catch the famous Star Ferry from Kowloon to Hong Kong Island’s chic Central district.
Party animals should head straight for bohemian Soho or the ultra-trendy Lan Kwai Fong district, where cosy cafés and smart restaurants serve cuisine from around the world and the lively bars and clubs stay open until the early hours.
If you’ve had enough of the bright lights, go in search of peace and tranquillity in one of the many country parks that are dotted around Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. The traditional fishing town of Sai Kung is a perfect choice for a day trip to the beach followed by a delicious feast of locally sourced seafood. Hike through the mountains or take a coastal walk to breathe the fresh air and savour the views.
Hong Kong’s excellent public transport system provides an efficient, quick and cheap way to see the sights. Most people find the MTR metro system refreshingly user-friendly, while lovers of history will enjoy a nostalgic ride on one of the classic double-decker trams that still ply the old routes.
English speakers will feel immediately at home in Hong Kong, as this former British colony has left a powerful legacy. Most locals, particularly those working in the tourism and leisure industry, speak English as well as Cantonese or Mandarin Chinese, and the Western-style street names are a reminder of this vibrant city’s colonial heritage.
Hong Kong's famous Ladies' Market and Nathan Road are a 10-minute walk from this hotel in Kowloon's bustling Mongkok area. The Temple Street Night Market, Jade Market, and Yuen Po Street Bird Garden are within 2 km.
Dorsett Wanchai Hong Kong is located in Wan Chai, opposite Happy Valley racecourse, an eight-minute walk to Causeway Bay metro station and Times Square, and a short ride to most major business districts.
Located directly at Hong Kong airport, this hotel is 18 km (11 miles) from Hong Kong Disneyland, and 35.3 km (22 miles) from the Hong Kong city center.
Located in Tsim Sha Tui, Hong Kong's commercial and entertainment district, the hotel offers convenient access to shopping, dining, entertainment, and a metro station.
Located in Tsim Sha Tsui, this hotel is steps from The One and Miramar Shopping Centre. Nathan Road Shopping District and Kowloon Mosque and Islamic Centre are also within 10 minutes.
Next to Hunghom MTR station and directly connected to a shopping mall, Harbour Plaza Metropolis is a five-minute bus ride to Nathan Road.
Located in Hong Kong East, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Tin Hau Temple, Hung Hom Star Ferry Pier, and Times Square Shopping Mall. Victoria Park and Hong Kong Central Library are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Situated in the heart of the city of Mongkok, the 11-story hotel sits atop the MTR Mongkok East Station and is 35 minutes by rail from mainland China.