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Reviewed on 16 Sep 2022
4.5/5Wonderful!(362 area reviews)
This “world bazaar on the waterfront” has shops, restaurants and museums.
4/5Very Good!(87 area reviews)
From a street market and a former communist hangout to experimental art galleries and innovative kids’ activities, this district blends old and new.
A holiday village that once housed British soldiers and a pair of preserved temples complement the dazzling skyscrapers and malls of this eclectic district.
Neon-lit streets, night markets, glitzy malls, superb museums, green spaces and waterfront promenades make this one of Hong Kong’s most diverse districts.
This affluent residential area is also home to a famous Hong Kong racecourse.
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Wan Chai is a metropolitan neighbourhood known for its beautiful island views and major shopping area. Make sure that you visit Wan Chai Road and Queen Elizabeth Stadium as part of your Wan Chai travel plans.
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If you're looking forward to a day of shopping in Wan Chai, consider Wan Chai Road, Tai Yuen Street Toy Market and Wan Chai Market, and pick out the perfect souvenir. You could also plan a visit to Queen Elizabeth Stadium or Central Plaza while you're in the neighbourhood. Ocean Park, Queen's Road East and Old Wan Chai Post Office are just a few of the places to visit in and around Wan Chai. When you're sightseeing in Hong Kong, Wan Chai Livelihood Museum and Pak Tai Temple are also worth a stop.
Ready to get out and explore the city? Hong Kong Tin Hau Station is the closest metro station. If you want to venture out of town, Hong Kong Wan Chai Station is the closest train station. You can also catch a ride at Hong Kong Causeway Bay Station. Learn about your options for water transport at the port.