With a prime location in the happening Wanchai, Kew Green Hotel Wanchai Hong Kong offers travlers easy access to some of the city's exciting spots. Feel free to take if from here and explore the hotel's neighborhood to unearth the many faces of Hong Kong.
DAY TOUR IN CAUSEWAYBAY
Located in Causeway Bay, which is one of the busiest districts in Hong Kong, the Victoria Park is a refreshing area perfect for a brief respite from the urban shopping spree or a morning stroll. Bring your pleasure excursion to a whole new level by having a picnic in Victoria Park, while you can enjoy the beautiful landscape and also the Tai-Chi sessions in regular mornings.
1 Hing Fat Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong Island
“Trams – Ding Ding”
Explore Hong Kong Island with Hong Kong’s historic trams. It is the world's largest double-deck tram fleet still in operation, carrying an average of 200,000 passengers every day. Grab a seat next to a window on the upper deck for the best views. Neighbourhoods you might pass through on your journey include some of Hong Kong's most colourful, such as Western district, Wan Chai, Happy Valley, Causeway Bay and North Point.
Taking place in early afternoon from around 3pm, plush dining rooms and hotel lobbies become filled a genteel selection of fancy cakes, finger sandwiches and tea. It's tradition to use fine china and silverware, though these days the best afternoon teas in Hong Kong are fighting to outdo each other with sophisticated and impressive offerings. Happy pancake makes you happy! There are different kinds of pancake afternoon tea in Causeway Bay.
Canal Road Flyover
If you are curious about how a local market in Hong Kong looks like, pay a visit in Canal Road Flyover. In there you can find a lot of stalls selling fresh foods, such as vegetables, fruits, meat and fish.It would be crowded in the afternoon as many locals are going to buy ingredients for their meals. The market will close at around 7pm, so it is suggested to go at around 4 – 6pm. You can also see some special cultural activities around the area – Villain hitting, which is preliminarily included in the list of 'Intangible Cultural Heritage' by Hong Kong Home Affairs' Bureaua.
Canal Road Flyover, Wanchai
Times Square is so far the largest shopping mall in Causeway Bay. It is considered as a “must go” shopping mall for almost every visitors. It has 230 stores and over 20 restaurants of various cuisines. Times Square sits on top of the Causeway MTR station, making it a very convenient place to visit.
1 Matheson Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong Island
The new shopping mall established in the heart of the hectic Causeway Bay. The 17-floor mall carries 120 stores of international, local brands, and brands debuting in Hong Kong.
The theme of natural light, high ceilings, modern decorations make our shopping experience more enjoyable. The Shelter Italian Bar & Restaurant located on the 7/F of the shopping mall come with an outdoor open space for diners to look over the bustling city scene. The bar is an ideal spot for a pre-dinner drink.
500 Hennessy Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
Hong Kong’s largest Japanese style department store, show up at opening hours to receive a warm Japanese-style welcome from the staff. SOGO carries various kinds of item from international brands, such as clothing, cosmetics, skin care, accessories, leather products and electrical applicants etc. The supermarket that located in the basement carries food, vegetables, and fruits from Japan as well.