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Holiday Inn Express Hong Kong SoHo

No.83 Jervois Street, Sheung Wan , Hong Kong,

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Nearby Attractions

Nearby Attractions

  • Lan Kwai Fong
  • The Peak
  • Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre
  • Soho
  • Western Market
  • IFC Mall
  • Hollywood Road (Cat Street - Antiques)
  • Man Mo Temple
  • University of Hong Kong
  • PMQ
Downtown

Downtown

City Name: Shenzhen

Direction from City Center to Hotel: North

Distance from Hotel: 31.07 MI/ 50 KM

Local

Local

Closest Convention Center: Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre

Distance from Hotel: 2.49 MI/ 4 KM North East

Convenience Store: 0.19 MI/ 0.3 KM East

Must See

Must See

Things you must do in Hong Kong: See The Peak by the peak tram from Central Station Victoria Harbor by way of the harbor cruise or star ferry from central to Tsim Sha Tsui See the laser show at 8PM every night alongside the harbor front The Avenue of Stars, a showcase the Hong Kong movie industry Visit Temple Street and Night Market in Jordan/Yau Ma Tei

Must Do

Must Do

See The Peak by the peak tram from Central station. Try Hong Kong style restaurants, try the famous pineapple bun, French toast and Hong Kong style milk tea. Take the star ferry across the harbor and enjoy the laser show every night at 8PM. Try the old Chinese restaurant, Lin Heung Tea House, on Wellington Street, Central. Visit the PMQ – Creativity at a New Address(built in 1951)

Don't Go Home Without

Don't Go Home Without

Don't go home without visiting SoHo or Lan Kwai Fong, Hong Kong's premiere dining and entertainment destination with over 100 bars and restaurants.

Smart Tips

The Chinese New Year in January/February is particularly crowded (but the fireworks over Victoria Harbour are spectacular). A majority of people in Hong Kong are Buddhists or Taoists and there are hundreds of temples dotted throughout the urban areas. Nevertheless, there are plenty of Catholic and Protestant churches in Hong Kong, as well as mosques and temples for different religions.