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Things to Do Near Hotel Indigo Hong Kong Island

Put The Map Away, Start Walking, And See What You Find.
 

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Places To Go, Things To Do

Victoria Peak

Victoria Gap, The Peak, Hong Kong,

There's a reason why Victoria peakis one of the most popular attractions in Hong Kong: It is absolutely incredible! Looking down from The Peak you'll be amazed by the spectacular view of the surrounding city skyline, the world-famous Victoria Harbor and Kowloon, towering skyscrapers and peaceful green hillsides.

Ocean Park

Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong Island,

Opened in 1977, Ocean Park Hong Kong is a marine-life theme park featuring animal exhibits, thrill rides and shows. In 2012, its impressive ability to offer guests a world-class experience that blends entertainment with education and conservation was confirmed when it became the first Asian winner of the biannual Applause Award, the most prestigious award in the amusement and theme park industry.

Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre

1 Expo Drive, Wanchai, Hong Kong,

Famed by Hong Kong’s stunning skyline, the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC) is a magnificent, multi-purpose venue located right in the heart of Hong Kong on Victoria Harbour. Not only does the harbour location provide a spectacular backdrop to events but it also means Hong Kong’s Central Business District and the best of the city is on the Centre’s doorstep – and it’s a vibrant city packed full of colour and life.

Stanley Market

Stanley New Street and, Stanley Market Road,

This market in the quaint village of Stanley on Hong Kong Island’s south coast is a huge hit with locals, expats and tourists for good reason: its enormous selection of brand-name clothing items (large sizes are available) and accessories, jewellery, home furnishings, souvenirs, ornaments and Oriental knick-knacks are sold at reasonable prices in a picturesque warren of lanes.

Pacific Place Shopping Mall

88 Queensway, Admiralty, Hong Kong Islan,

Pacific Place is the place where Hong Kong meets, shops, socialises, dines, works, networks, relaxes, and lives. At the heart of Hong Kong, looking out towards the harbour and backed by the extensive landscape of Hong Kong Park. Pacific Place is one of the premier shopping malls in Hong Kong.

Times Square

1 Matheson Street, Causeway Bay,

Situated at Causeway Bay, the most vibrant district in Hong Kong, Times Square is one of the most popular tourist spots, favorite shopping and dining places of the region, and is the most vibrant mega-mall in town with foot traffic over 150 thousand each day. Recognized as the ultimate shopping landmark, it houses more than two hundred and thirty world-renowned brands on sixteen floors, with an exclusive blend of shops ranging from voguish apparel, leather goods, jewelry to accessories.

Hong Kong Happy Valley Racecourse

Happy Valley Racecourse, Hong Kong,

Horse racing became a fixture in Hong Kong in 1841 but enjoyment of this sport was originally confined to the city’s elite. Today, a trip to one of the city’s world-class tracks – Happy Valley on Hong Kong Island or Sha Tin in the New Territories – will confirm that horse racing has very much gone mainstream in Hong Kong. The racing season starts in September and runs to July.

Hong Kong Stadium

55 Eastern Hospital Road, So Kan Po,, Causeway Bay,

The Stadium has been designed and well-equipped for hosting a wide range of sporting, religious and community events. It is a great venue for a variety of significant and successful events, which include the annual Rugby Sevens, Lunar New Year soccer tournaments, soccer exhibition matches, reunification celebration events, charity events such as the Walk for Millions, as well as a number of community and religious events.

Hollywood Road

Hollywood Road, Sheung Wan,, Hong Kong Island,

If your home is missing that final finishing touch, how about a piece of rare Ming dynasty furniture, an ancient snuff bottle or a Cultural Revolution propaganda poster? Hollywood Road is where you can find such treasures, within its fantastic congregation of antique dealers, curio merchants and art galleries. This is also the place to go for bargains in jade, silk products, embroideries and wooden handicraft items.

Lan Kwai Fong

Lan Kwai Fong, Central,

Lan Kwai Fong is one of Hong Kong’s most popular nightlife hot spots and home to over 90 restaurants and bars. The atmosphere ranges from stylish wine pairings to raucous jelly shots and the food on offer is as diverse as the clientele.

Discovery Bay

Discovery Bay,

Discovery Bay offers one of the largest oceanfront dining destination in Hong Kong - D'Deck. This gourmet hot spot features a variety of international cuisine with 20 restaurants along the waterfront promenade connecting to Tai Pak Beach. With its 180° sea view, the relaxed open-air alfresco setting and the nightly Disneyland fireworks, D'Deck is the place to head for a memorable culinary experience on Lantau. Source: http://www.discoverhongkong.com/eng/dine-drink/where-to-eat/discovery-bay.j

Repulse Bay

Beach Road, Repulse Bay,

Primarily an upmarket residential area, sun-drenched Repulse Bay has a relaxed resort-like feel to it. This crescent-shaped stretch of sand is one of the most beautiful beaches in Hong Kong. The nearby colonial-style building, The Repulse Bay houses designer shops and award-winning restaurants, and resembles the luxury hotel built in 1920 that originally occupied the site. Most of its grounds were redeveloped into luxury apartments more than 20 years ago, and only the original arcade remains.

Golden Bauhinia Square

Beach Road, Repulse Bay,

This crescent-shaped stretch of sand is one of the most beautiful beaches in Hong Kong. The Hong Kong Life Saving Society clubhouse is built in traditional Chinese style, with a ceiling decorated with magnificent swirling dragons. Towering twin statues of the deities Kwun Yam and Tin Hau dominate the picturesque gardens that lead down to the beach.

Hong Kong International Financial Centre

8 Finance Street, Central,

ifc mall is one of Hong Kong’s most visually appealing shopping destinations. It allows you to complement a relaxing afternoon of shopping with soothing water views, and conclude it with a gourmet meal enjoyed to the backdrop of the glamorous harbour. The large mall houses over 200 international brands, ranging from mid and upper-priced clothing to luxury fashion , and the city’s only Apple store.

Star Ferry Pier Wan Chai

Star Ferry Pier, Wan Chai,

The charming Star Ferry boats have been faithfully carrying passengers from Hong Kong Island to Kowloon and back since 1888. While the two sides of Victoria Harbour are now connected by a world-class infrastructure system of road and rail tunnels, tens of millions of people still climb aboard the humble Star Ferry vessels each year. Many visitors take the ride for an up-close look at one of the world’s most photographed harbours, while locals have kept their affection for it.

Soho Area

Referring to the area south of Hollywood Road, SoHo is the multicultural wine, dine and swanky nightlife side of Central. The upmarket bars and exotic restaurants of SoHo’s historic and narrow streets are chic to the extreme. Go during the day to explore the neighbourhoods attractive fashion boutiques, art galleries and antiques shops. Indulge in lunch and a glass of vino or hang around for sundown, when SoHo really comes into its own. Source: http://www.discoverhongkong.com/eng/dine-dri

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