All Aboard For Hong Kong at its Very Best!


All Aboard For Hong Kong at its Very Best!
Overflowing with unrivalled shopping temptations and truly mouth-watering Asian and international cuisine, Hong Kong continues to be one of the world's most exotic and enticing cities. And when it comes to exploring and experiencing the very best that Hong Kong has to offer, no one offers you more ways to check out hot shopping, dining and entertainment choices than the MTR. Hungry to find out more? Then simply click onto any of the titles below to discover tourist spots that you don't want to miss!

Island Line

Hollywood Road and Upper Lascar Row
Nestled between Sheung Wan and Central, Hollywood Road or "Antique Street", is a treasure trove of curio and antiques shops. Here, you can find everything from tiny perfume bottles to elaborate, Mandarin-sized antique Chinese furniture. And don't worry about getting your purchases home! Many shops will happily deliver overseas.

MTR Station

Sheung Wan Station Exit E2

Feeder Service

15 minutes walk from station

Location Map

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Man Mo Temple
This fascinating, traditional temple was built in the early days of the Colonial era and is dedicated to the gods of Literature ("Man") and War ("Mo"). Its many amazing relics include a bronze bell which dates back 1847 and a sedan chair from 1862.

MTR Station

Sheung Wan Station Exit A2

Feeder Service

15 minutes walk from station

Location Map

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Lan Kwai Fong
This delightful L-shaped cobblestone road between D'aguilar Street and Wyndham Street is home to an inviting collection of lively restaurants, delicatessens and bars. One of Hong Kong's trendiest nightlife areas, LKF remains a magnet for both tourists and locals, attracting thousands of visitors to its regular Halloween, Christmas Day and New Year's Eve street carnivals.

MTR Station

Central Station Exit D2

Feeder Service

5 minutes walk from station

Location Map

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Repulse Bay
Repulse Bay Beach is the place to be on weekends for Hong Kong Island's sunworshippers. Watching over swimmers and sunbathers are twin statues of the gods Kwun Yum and Tin Hau. While the atmospheric, colonial-style The Repulse Bay complex tempts shoppers and gourmands with designer stores and award-winning cuisine.

MTR Station

Central Station Exit A

Feeder Service

Bus No 6 or 6A or 6X or 66 or 260*

Location Map

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SoHo
When riding the Central-Mid-Levels Escalator, be sure to sample a little "SoHo"-style wining and dining! Hong Kong's newest culinary hub, the "South of Hollywood Road" area offers you a world of exciting wining and dining choices. From Mexico to Malaysia, from New Orleans to Nepal, from Portugal to Provence.

MTR Station

Central Station Exit D2

Feeder Service

10 minutes walk from station

Location Map

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Stanley
If you love shopping or water sports, you're sure to love Stanley's Market and Main Beach! And once you're all through sightseeing and shopping, where better to relax then at the many delightful open-air bars and restaurants dotted along the coast. Stanley is also home to several fascinating heritage sites. They include the Tin Hau Temple from 1767, the former Stanley Police Station, and Murray House, which is right next door to Stanley Plaza.

MTR Station

Central Station Exit A

Feeder Service

Bus No 6 or 6A or 6X or 66 or 260*

Location Map

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The Peak
Take in the panoramic views of Victoria Harbour from the Peak. It is marvellous. You can also enjoy a lovely dinner and the beautiful night view there.

MTR Station

Central Station Exit J2

Feeder Service

15 minutes from station to the Lower Peak Tram Terminal on Garden Road*

Location Map

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Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware
Surrounded by the tranquil greenery of Hong Kong Park, Flagstaff House is the city's oldest colonial structure and was formerly the office and residence of the Commander of the British Colonial Force. In 1984, this much-loved declared monument was converted into the Museum of Tea Ware and now houses exquisite collections of Chinese-style cups, bowls and saucers.

MTR Station

Admiralty Station Exit C1

Feeder Service

10 minutes walk from station

Location Map

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Ocean Park
With more than 40 attractions inside the Park, providing you with memorable experience. You can ride on the cable cars and enjoy the heart throbbing rides, or you may discover over 2,000 fishes from 250 species at the world-class Atoll Reef Aquarium.

MTR Station

Admiralty Station Exit B

Feeder Service

Bus No 629*

Location Map

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Golden Bauhinia Square
Also known as Expo Promenade, just next to the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. The Golden Bauhinia and the Reunification Monument signify the establishment of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. 

MTR Station

Wan Chai Station Exit A5

Feeder Service

15 minutes walk from station

Location Map

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Lockhart Road
Probably best known as the home of the heroine of "The World of Suzie Wong", this thriving Wanchai Street has long been one of Hong Kong's favourite wining, dining and entertainment hubs. The Wanchai area is now also home to many spectacular skyscrapers, art centres, theatres and some of the city's finest Asian and international eateries. Unique Wanchai heritage sites you really should not miss include the Hung Shing and Pak Tai Temples, the latter of which is home to the Bronze statue of the god who inspired its name. Now called the Environmental Resource Centre, Wan Chai Post Office has been a declared monument since 1990 and is also well worth a visit.

MTR Station

Wan Chai Station Exit A1 or C

Feeder Service

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Location Map

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Happy Valley Racecourse
Hong Kong's first ever racecourse, Happy Valley now regularly plays host to fully 54,000 fanatical race goers from September to June. If you love the "Sport of Kings", you simply have to visit one of the regular Wednesday evening or weekend track meets.

MTR Station

Causeway Bay Station Exit A

Feeder Service

18 minutes walk from station

Location Map

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Hong Kong Film Archive
Hong Kong has long been famed for its movie industry. Located in Sai Wan Ho, the Hong Kong Film Archive has collected and preserved many fascinating examples of the city's unique cinematic history. Watch out for the Archive's regular exhibitions and retrospectives showcasing this extraordinary cultural heritage.

MTR Station

Sai Wan Ho Station Exit A

Feeder Service

10 minutes walk from station

Location Map

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SoHo East
Located immediately to the east of Lei King Wan in Sai Wan Ho, SoHo East is justifiably renowned for its breathtaking sea views. Serving superlative Chinese cuisine in a relaxed, European-style ambience, the area's many restaurants regularly feature in many local movies and TV shows.

MTR Station

Sai Wan Ho Station Exit A

Feeder Service

15 minutes walk from station

Location Map

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Hong Kong Museum of Coastal Defence
Showcasing Hong Kong's historic coastal defences since the Ming Dynasty, this remarkable museum was formerly the 19th-century Lei Yue Mun Fort. The many beautifully preserved past defences and military structures historical on display include a torpedo station, gun batteries, caponiers and an ammunition store.

MTR Station

Shau Kei Wan Station Exit D1

Feeder Service

20 minutes walk from station

Location Map

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Paradise Mall
With its delightful Roman fountains and paintings, Greek columns and four atmospheric themed corners, Paradise Mall offers the perfect European atmosphere in which to "shop'til you drop".

MTR Station

Heng Fa Chuen Station Exit A

Feeder Service

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Location Map

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