Things to Do

  • Times Square

    1 Matheson Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong .

    Times Square was officially opened in Apr 1994 and is one of Hong Kong’s largest shopping malls and one of the most popular tourist destinations in Hong Kong. It is owned by Wharf Real Estate Investment Company Limited, leased by Harriman Leasing Ltd and managed by Times Square Ltd. The ultra-modern site occupied the former location of the Hong Kong Tramway Depot.

  • Hysan Place

    Hysan Place, Hennessy Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong .

    At Hysan Place, hipness is no longer just for the fashion elite. Located at the heart of Causeway Bay with direct access to the MTR station, Hysan Place showcases an enviable selection of nearly 120 most sought-after international brand boutiques spanning over 17 floors.

    It’s a place for you to hang out, have fun, and share unforgettable shopping experiences with your friends. Enjoy the generous high ceiling with open shop fronts, stroll along the atrium sprinkled with natural light via the huge central skylight, or linger at the Sky Garden with lush greenery.

  • Canal Road (Ngo Keng Kiu)

    Canal Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong .

    Is someone getting on your nerves lately? This quirky local tradition can help you take care of them without you having to do any of the dirty work. Under the Ngo Keng Kiu, or Canal Road Flyover, in Causeway Bay, you’ll find old ladies sitting in front of miniature shrines adorned with idol statues and incense sticks. If you give them the name of your intended target, they’ll create a paper effigy, somewhat like a voodoo doll, which they’ll beat loudly and repeatedly with an old shoe. The practice is supposed to help dispel evil and is followed by a blessing to protect you from further harm. It’s a surprisingly cathartic experience even for those who aren’t superstitious.

  • Victoria Park

    Victoria Park, Hing Fat Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong .

    Victoria Park is a public park in Hong Kong, named after Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom. It is located in Causeway Bay, on the north of Hong Kong Island. It is part of Eastern District, along the border with Wan Chai District, bordered by Victoria Park Road and then Victoria Harbour to the north and Causeway Road and Hong Kong Central Library to the south. The park underwent a major revamp in the early 2000s.

  • Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre

    Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, Expo Drive, Wan Chai, Hong Kong .

    Hundreds of world congresses, local conferences, meetings, and seminars are held yearly at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. After the second expansion in 2009, which increased total rentable space to 91,500 sqm, the centre has created one of the world's most impressive, efficient and functional meeting, and exhibition venues.

  • Blue House Cluster

    Stone Nullah Lane, Wan Chai, Hong Kong .

    Perched along Stone Nullah Lane in Wan Chai, the award-winning The Blue House Cluster is made up of three colourful, interlocking houses — Yellow House, Orange House, and of course, Blue House. The site where the cluster now sits was originally a hospital that provided Chinese medical services to local residents, before turning into a temple for the God of Medicine, Wah To. The four-storey Lingnan-style house was painted blue in the 1990s with leftover paint from the Water Supplies Department — thus, the Blue House was born.

  • The Pawn

    The Pawn, Wan Chai, Hong Kong .

    Home to some of Hong Kong’s most popular bars and restaurants, The Pawn is an iconic four-storey tenement that once housed Woo Cheong Pawn Shop in 1966. Inside this beautifully renovated pre-war building, visitors can marvel at the seamless blend of both Chinese and Western architectural features.

  • Happy Valley Racecourse

    Happy Valley Racecourse, Wong Nai Chung Road, Happy Valley, Hong Kong .

    You can feel the excitement even before you reach the track. As the sun plunges below the horizon on Wednesday evening, betting parlours around the city begin to fill up in anticipation of the night’s races. Trams round the bend into Happy Valley Racecourse, flocking to the bright lights like moths to a flame.
    And the lights are certainly dazzling. Dozens of high-powered lamps cast an electric glow over Hong Kong’s oldest racetrack. At ground level the hubbub of the crowd is deafened by the sound of pounding of hooves and excitable loud-speaker commentary. Happy Valley is a piece of living history that has been around for nearly as long as the city itself, and during the racing season, from September to July, its lively Wednesday night races have made it a mid-week destination, even for those who don’t have a clue how to fill out a betting slip.

  • Hong Kong’s Star Ferry

    Star Ferry Pier, Man Kwong Street, Central, Hong Kong .

    Throughout Hong Kong’s history, the city’s advance has been etched into the singular skylines that have grown on both sides of Victoria Harbour. As gleaming towers rose like phoenixes from the memories of colonial architecture, there has been one constant – the Star Ferry – which has voyaged between the Kowloon Peninsula’s southern tip to Hong Kong island for more than 120 years.
    Cross-harbour ferry services were launched in the 1880s, by an entrepreneurial Parsee, Dorabjee Naorojee Mithaiwala, aboard his steamboat, the Morning Star. However, it only in  1898, when British-Armenian businessman Sir Catchick Paul Chater bought the fleet of four vessels, that the Star Ferry Company was born. 

  • Queen Elizabeth Stadium

    Queen Elizabeth Stadium, Oi Kwan Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong .

    Opened in 1980, the Queen Elizabeth Stadium (the "Stadium") is Hong Kong's premier multi-purpose venue located in the heart of Wan Chai that provides the public with a chance to view and participate in sports, recreation and culture, all under the same roof.
    Apart from a 3500-seat arena, the Stadium houses a reception lobby, a VIP lounge, a multi-purpose hall, two function rooms, four committee rooms, three squash courts and a table-tennis playing area. Anyone pursuing an active lifestyle will find something to stretch his mind and body within these grounds.

  • Ocean Park

    Ocean Park, Aberdeen, Hong Kong .

    Set up in 1977 to create one of Asia 's most popular theme parks mixing entertainment, education and conservation in an exciting package. The 80-hectare (200-acre) park, situated on the southern side of Hong Kong Island , features thrill rides as well as amazing aquarium exhibits and performances by various sea creatures. A cable car system links the lowland and headland sections, offering spectacular views en route.
    New and fun-filled entertainment facilities are introduced from time to time and a major refurbishment is underway. In addition to the new giant pandas, Ocean Park recently unveiled a fascinating Sea Jelly Spectacular, featuring more than 1,000 sea jellies of all sizes from all over the world. Other popular additions have been the Abyss Turbo Drop, the Mine Train, Amazing Amazon, the Flying Swing and the Film Fantasia Simulator Ride.

  • SOGO

    SOGO Causeway Bay, Hennessy Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong .

    SOGO HONG KONG CO., LTD (or “SOGO”), commenced its operations in 1985 and is the largest Japanese-style department store in Hong Kong. SOGO is one of the major shopping landmarks for both local Hong Kong people and international tourists. Our department store is characterized by the “one-stop shop”, “shop-in-shop”, “Japanese style” and “customer oriented” concepts, offering quality goods, services and customer convenience within a comfortable and pleasurable shopping environment.

  • Horizon Plaza

    2 Lee Wing St, Ap Lei Chau, Hong Kong .

    Located at Ap Lei Chau, an island off the south of Hong Kong, Horizon Plaza is the place to shop for unique, international home furnishing brands and discount designer fashion brands. It is converted from a factory building, covers more than 500,000sf over 25 floors, consisting of nearly 100 shops.