Articles in Hong Kong ( 906 )

906 Articles of interest in Hong Kong

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  • Blackhead Point

    Blackhead Point (黑頭山, lit. "black head hill"), also known as Tai Pau Mai (Chinese: 大包米) indigenously, Tsim Sha Tsui Point or Signal Hill (Chinese: 訊號山), was a cape before any reclamation in Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong.

  • Yuen Long Stop

    Yuen Long Stop (Chinese: 元朗站) is a MTR Light Rail stop in Hong Kong. It is located at ground level underneath Sun Yuen Long Centre in Yuen Long District of the New Territories, and is the northeasternmost Light Rail stop. It is connected to West Rai…

  • West Point, Hong Kong

    West Point (西角) was a point of land on Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong. Its location is the shore off the Pokfulam Road and Queen's Road West in 1845, approximately the junction of Western Street and Des Voeux Road West near the Western Police Station. …

  • Vision City

    Vision City (Chinese: 萬景峯) is a residential high-rise development located in the Tsuen Wan district of the New Territories in Hong Kong. The complex consists of five towers, each of which ranks among the tallest buildings in the city. The tallest bu…

  • Violet Hill (Hong Kong)

    Violet Hill, also known as Tsz Lo Lan Shan (Chinese: 紫羅蘭山, literally meaning violet (flower) hill) is located within Tai Tam Country Park in Hong Kong. The hill is a popular site for hiking. Hong Kong Government named three trails on the hill, namel…

  • The Centrium

    The Centrium (Chinese: 中央廣場) is a skyscraper located in the Central district of Hong Kong. The tower rises 41 floors and 189 metres (620 ft) in height. The building was completed in 2001. It was designed by architectural firm DP Architects, and was …

  • Tai Po Road

    Tai Po Road is the second longest road in Hong Kong (after Castle Peak Road). It spans from Sham Shui Po in Kowloon to Tai Po in the New Territories of Hong Kong.

  • Sun Yat Sen Memorial Park

    Sun Yat Sen Memorial Park (Chinese: 中山紀念公園), originally named Western Park (西區公園), is a waterfront park in the Sai Ying Pun area on Hong Kong Island and faces the Victoria Harbour.

  • Starstreet Precinct

    The Starstreet Precinct (星街小區) is a neighborhood in Wan Chai, Hong Kong, centred on Three Pacific Place and comprising mainly Star Street (星街), Moon Street (月街), Sun Street (日街), and Wing Fung Street (永豐街).

  • Star Seafood Floating Restaurant

    Star Seafood Restaurant (Chinese: 明星海鮮舫), formerly called Treasure Floating Restaurant (Chinese: 敦煌畫舫), is a restaurant in Sha Tin, Hong Kong. The restaurant is built with granite taking on the shape of a ship berthing along the shore. It is situate…

  • So Uk Estate

    So Uk Estate (Chinese: 蘇屋邨) is an early public housing estate in So Uk, a hillside area of Cheung Sha Wan, Kowloon, Hong Kong.

  • Siu Hong Stop

    Siu Hong Stop (Chinese:兆康站) is one of the Light Rail stops of Hong Kong. It is located in the west of Tuen Mun River and east of Siu Hong Court. Siu Hong Stop belongs to zone 3 for single-ride ticket.

  • Shui On Centre

    Shui On Centre (traditional Chinese: 瑞安中心) is a 35-storey Grade A office building on Wan Chai's waterfront, in Hong Kong. The building was completed in 1987.

  • Sharp Peak

    Sharp Peak, also known as Nam She Tsim (蚺蛇尖), is a hill which lies within the Sai Kung East Country Park, north of Tai Long Wan, in the Sai Kung Peninsula in Hong Kong. It is particularly well known for its well defined sharp peak, which rises to a …

  • Sharp Island

    Sharp Island (Kiu Tsui Chau or Chinese: 橋咀洲) is the largest island in the Kiu Tsui Country Park located at Port Shelter of Sai Kung, Hong Kong. Tourists can go there for BBQ activities, fishing, swimming as well as diving. Sharp Island is under the …

  • Pak Shek Kok

    Pak Shek Kok (白石角) is a place in Tai Po District in Hong Kong, located between Ma Liu Shui and Tai Po Kau, close to Cheung Shue Tan (樟樹灘) and facing Tolo Harbour (Tai Po Hoi).

  • North Lantau Highway

    North Lantau Highway (traditional Chinese: 北大嶼山公路; simplified Chinese: 北大屿山公路; pinyin: Běi Dàyǔshān Gōnglù; Cantonese Yale: bak1 daai6 yu4 saan1 gung1 lou6; Hong Kong Hakka:bet5 tai4 yi2 san1 gung1 lu4) is part of Route 8 of Hong Kong, linking Hong …

  • Ninepin Group

    The Ninepin Group (Chinese: 九針群島) or Kwo Chau Islands (果洲群島) is a group of 29 islands in the easternmost waters of Hong Kong.

  • Ngau Chi Wan

    Ngau Chi Wan (Chinese: 牛池灣; pinyin: Niuchi Wan; lit. "cattle pond bay") was a bay beneath Hammer Hill in New Kowloon, Hong Kong.

  • Lung Mun Stop

    The Lung Mun Stop (Chinese: 龍門站) is a station in Hong Kong's MTR Light Rail system. It is located on the ground of Lung Mun Road (Chinese: 龍門路) near Lung Mun Oasis (Chinese: 龍門居) in Tuen Mun District.

  • Kowloon Tsai Park

    Kowloon Tsai Park is a park located in the Kowloon Tsai area of New Kowloon in Hong Kong. It lies within the Kowloon City District and opened in June 1964.

  • Java Road

    Java Road (Chinese: 渣華道) is a street in North Point on Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong. It runs from the junction of Electric Road and Tin Chong Street in Fortress Hill to meet King's Road in Quarry Bay, near Hong Kong Funeral Home. There is a Java Road…

  • Ho King Commercial Building

    Ho King Commercial Building (Chinese: 好景商業中心) and Ho King Shopping Centre (好景商場) are located at the junction of Fa Yuen Street and Dundas Street in Mong Kok, Hong Kong. Built in the 1980s, the lower levels of the shopping centre mainly sold video ga…

  • Ginza Stop

    The Ginza Stop (Chinese: 銀座站) is a MTR Light Rail stop. It is located on the ground in the centre of Tin Shing Road (Chinese: 天城路) in Tin Shui Wai, Yuen Long District. It began service on 7 December 2003 and belongs to Zone 4. It is the only Light R…

  • Edinburgh Place

    Edinburgh Place is a public square in Central, Hong Kong, adjacent to the Victoria Harbour. The Hong Kong City Hall is located in the square.

  • Eagle's Nest Tunnel

    Eagle's Nest Tunnel is a road tunnel in Hong Kong. Officially opened on 21 March 2008, it connects Cheung Sha Wan and Sha Tin Valley through Eagle's Nest hill in Hong Kong in anticipation of future traffic demands generated by development in the nor…