Hongkong as a free port showcases commodities from all over the world. This has gave it the acronym of shoppers’Paradise. The goodies suit all taste and budget.Victoria Bay is a natural deep harbor making it an important container shipping nation. Cruise along the harbor is a much sought after recreation for every tourist.
There is a well maintained iron railing built into the sea to prevent people from falling into the sea.One can have splendid view of the skyline of the HK city standing on this promenade.Many cruise liner ships are always moored in the Victoria Harbour for tourists to have a panoramic view of the coastline around. Every evening there is a laser light show in the Victoria Harbour.
Harbour City is a monster of a mall for it stretches for over a kilometer along the waterfront.It has around more than 600 shops, 3 hotels, 2 cinema halls and even a ferry terminal for Macau and China.For the tourists gazing at the majestic Victoria Bay and Hongkong skyline, there are even serviced apartments on rent.The view of the HK and nearby islands are amazing from this spot.
The beautiful view in the photograph features the skyline of Wan Chai in Hong Kong Island consisting of popular attractions like Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, which is a great crowd puller in Hong Kong. Behind the Convention and Exhibition Centre is the tall tower of Central Plaza. There are other popular skyscrapers located close by including Hotel Grand Hyatt, and Great Eagle Centre among others as seen from the Kowloon ferry pier in Hong Kong.
This is one of the bylanes in the Harbour City mall. The HarbourCity Mall stretches for over a kilometer along the Kowloon waterfront. There are about 700 shops both local and high end international brands. Many restaurant, 3 hotels and fast food joints like MacDonald’s do brisk business in this mall.Do visit this mall to experience high class shopping in Hongkong.
You can find a number of food stalls and international chain of restaurants within the markets in Wan Chai, where you can grab a snack in between shopping to keep your tummy happy. Here you can try the original Chinese and Cantonese delights and the popular snacks of Hong Kong. There are many underground markets in Wan Chai, which remain busy with tourists and residents of Hong Kong.
Wan Chai is an urban area placed in the north of Hong Kong Island. Wan Chai is a part of Wan Chai District of Hong Kong, which forms one of the 18 districts in the territory. Wan Chai is famous for its markets with wide shopping options, and the fashion conscious locals of Hong Kong prefer to buy trendy clothes and accessories from the reasonably priced markets in Wan Chai. There are different roads in Wan Chai popular for selling different things like clothing, computer accessories and ...
Traveling by ferry between Hongkong and Macau is another major attraction in HK itinerary. There are many interesting options like boat party, birthday, anniversary, and company event and boat tour of HK islands.In addition to Cruise liners, there are turbojets available from the TST ferry terminal for Macau and China.Experience fantastic fun on this adventurous ride along the Hongkong archipelago.
When it comes to shopping in the street markets, Wan Chai is an excellent choice. There are several roads in the area popular for different things. For instance, Queen’s Road East has abundant stores selling cane and Chinese furniture, whereas Spring Garden Lane sells export surplus garments. Hennessy Road is the computer centre in Wan Chai and Tai Yuen Street sells toys and other kids’ stuff. Here you can see a shop selling newspapers, magazines and other articles in Wan Chai.
The markets in Wan Chai attract tourists along with locals in Hong Kong because price of goods here remains fair. Moreover the variety available is appealing too. Here is a stationery store displaying books, newspapers and other items in Wan Chai. Along with shopping, Wan Chai is a good place to eat and party as there are many restaurants and bars located in Wan Chai.
This is the magnificent view of the Hongkong Central district as taken from Wan Chai. The tallest skyscrapers add romance to the scenery. The towers rise like phoenix from the sea dazzling the viewer. Symphony of Lights at the Victoria Harbour is a must watch activity every evening here. Do not miss this largest laser show in the world.
The picturesque waterfront of Wan Chai in Hong Kong Island as seen from Kowloon Ferry Pier is looking exceptionally stunning in this photograph. The prominent buildings in the frame include Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre and Central Plaza along with numerous 5-star hotels in and around the Convention Centre. The Photograph is taken from the ferry pier in Kowloon in Hong Kong.
The locals of Hong Kong prefer to use public means of transport rather than using private vehicles. You can see numerous local residents of the city commuting by ferries. Not just ferry, trams, MTR train and buses are also used greatly for day to day traveling across the city. The fact that public transport system in Hong Kong is so good boosts the use of public carriers in the city. In fact, even tourists prefer ...
You can find several shops in the passageways of MTR stations in Wan Chai. These passageways with different exits make it easy for people to reach important places in Wan Chai from the MTR train station. You can walk your way through to the markets or the attractions located in different parts of Wan Chai easily and save enough time too.
This is a backstreet of the Harbour City Mall of Hongkong.This mall also houses the kids store giant Toys R Us. The largest flagship store of Asia is located here. This outlet includes new features and a new look. There is also a Lane Crawford in the in the Hongkong Hotel portion of the mall.
As per its name, Harbour City Mall, extends right into the Victoria Bay.It is a one stop destination for fun, shopping and amazing experience of the Hongkong city by the night.If one gets tired of gazing into the array of displayed goods, one can always spend time gazing into the horizon.The view of the Hongkong city skyscrapers is spectacularly wonderful from the city mall.
Star Ferry provides ferry services to Wan Chai from Tsim Sha Tsui. The Wan Chai ferry pier and Wan Chai bus terminal are located close to the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre in Wan Chai and people including tourists love to use the Star Ferries to reach different attractions located in the waterfront of Victoria Harbour. Here is a lovely view of the skyline of Wan Chai in Hong Kong Island from Kowloon Ferry Pier.
Here is a beautiful view of the skyline in Hong Kong with numerous unique structures standing tall. Gazing these tall towers and buildings from the Star Ferry Pier in Kowloon is extremely pleasing. Moreover, you can also enjoy beautiful views of the skyline of Kowloon and Hong Kong Island by taking up a star ferry ride on Victoria harbour. Both sides of the harbour present equally appealing views as both the sides boast of unique and striking structures.
Harbour City is the largest shopping mall in Hongkong. It has many office blocks and hotels – Marco Polo Hotel, Ocean Terminal, the Gateway and the Pacific Club Kowloon.The mall is built on an old site of warehousing and godown. There are branded boutiques, movie theatres and many more pleasures to explore.
Star Ferry Pier is an important landmark in Hongkong. Everyday hundreds of people ride these ferry to different destinations for fun and work. Star ferry was started by the British in the 19th century. It continues to hold added attraction for the tourists even now.The view from the ferry is kalaidescopic.
Locals prefer to pick necessary things from the Wan Chai market. Most street shops in Wan Chai open from 7 in the morning to 7 in the evening. Wan Chai MTR train station presents direct link for tourists to reach Wan Chai market. However, there are other options like ferry which can be used to reach here. Be it restaurants and fast food joints, shops, bars and nightclubs, Wan Chai offers everything that can be explored.
Wan Chai has a huge outdoor or street market in Hong Kong Island with stores selling variety of products including accessories, cloths, toys, gadgets and much more. Wan Chai definitely is a nice place to wander and shop. Tai Yuen Street in Wan Chai presents an entire narrow lane of stores selling toys from the latest to the usual ones. Here you can see a store near the Wan Chai bus terminal selling variety of things including books and magazines, beverages, candies and much more.
The malls of Hongkong are a virtual treat for travelers and tourists to the city state.The entire city is well connected with trams, trains, subways, buses and taxi. There are many malls which are open 24x7. Kowloon waterfront and Hongkong Central witness tourists at all hours of the day.The streets of Hongkong are alive at all hours especially more so in the evenings/nightfall.
Harbour city mall is the epitome of entertainment and shopping in Hongkong. It houses about 700 shops of both local and international brands. Hundreds of cosmetics and beauty brands, many restaurants and 2 movie theatres are also located in this mall. Biggest brands like Toys R Us and others have their largest store here.In this picture, one can see the Clock Tower, another landmark of colonial era.