SIGHTSEEING

West Hotel is situated in the heart of both the entertainment and business district of Yaumatei. Whether you are here for business or sight-seeing, our location offers convenient transportation with MTR, bus stops and taxi stands nearby. There are many tourist spots in the vicinity, it’s a great opportunity to experience the life-style of Hong Kong.

    Major Tourist Attractions around Hotel

  • TEMPLE STREET NIGHT MARKET
    Temple Street comes to life at dusk, Traffic stops, People swarm, And hundreds of little stalls appear out of nowhere. This is the famed Temple Street Night Market. Carts bulge with goods, from casual clothing to mobile phones and watches. You might be able to buy all your souvenirs here. If you're lucky, you'll encounter impromtu Chinese street opera, fortune-tellers, even street dentists. Food stalls abound too, serving up snacks and dishes. If everything looks clean and you're hungry, then pull up a chair. The market opens daily from 4:00pm to midnight. Most people go after 7:00pm.

    TRANSPORTATION :-

    1. Use MTR Jordan Station Exit A, turn right through Jordan Road and turn right at Temple Street

    2. Use MTR Yaumatei Station Exit C, walk through Man Ming Lane to Temple Street

    3. You can also walk to the destination for about 10 min from West Hotel.

  • JADE MARKET
    A short walk south from the temple is the Jade Market (located on the junction of Kansu and Battery streets), where hawkers sell various shades and qualities of the precious stone. To Chinese, jade has great spiritual value for warding off evil. When carved into certain shapes, it can represent wealth (deer), good fortune (tiger) and power (dragon). Don't buy expensive jade unless you are with an expert. The hours are from 10:00am to 2:30pm daily. Mornings are the best time to go.

    TRANSPORTATION :-

    1. Use MTR Yaumatei Station Exit C, walk through Nathan Road to Public Square Street. Then walk through Public Square Street for 10 to 15 mins to Canton Road.

    2. You can also walk to the destination for about 10 min from West Hotel.

  • PARK LANE
    Situated in Nathan Road, Tsimshatsui, most of the shops are local and international renowned fashion chain stores. The market now opens at noon. Shops open from 10:00am to 11:30pm.

    TRANSPORTATION :-

    Use MTR Jordan Station Exit D, turn right and walk through Nathan Road

  • AVENUE OF STARS
    At Asia's fist Avenue of Stars, you can see plaques, hand prints and statues honoring celebrities from the silver screen, and those behind the camera. The latest addition is a bronze statue of the legendary kung-fu action star Bruse Lee. Find out ll you need to know about the 100-year development of this Hollywood of Asia and enjoy the star-studded harbour view with "A Symphony of Lights" every night at 8:00pm.

    TRANSPORTATION :-

    Use MTR Austin Station Exit A, go to Tsimshatsui East Station Exit J through the pedestrian subway and follow the sign post

  • LADIES MARKET
    The Ladies' Market in Tung Choi Street is the place to find inexpensive women's clothes, from lingerie to shoes. It's especially good for jeans and accessories. Men's and kids' clothing, as well as toys and knick-knacks, are also on sale. Open from around noon to 11:30pm.

    TRANSPORTATION :-

    1. Use MTR Mongkok Station Exit E2, walk through Nelson Street for two blocks.

    2. Take KMB route No. 1, 1A, 2, 6 or 6A at Tsimshatsui Ferry Pier Bus Terminus

  • FLOWER MARKET
    The city's most fragrant avenue is also near Prince Edward Road West. At the Flower Market, blooms from around the world line the stalls and are priced at almost a third of city flower shops. It's no wonder the hotels come here to buy flowers for their extravagant centerpieces. Generally open from 10am-6pm.

    TRANSPORTATION :-

    Take MTR to Prince Edward Station, use Exit B1. Walk east through Prince Edward Road passing the Bird Garden to Flower Market Road and Yuen Po Street

  • YUEN PO STREET BIRD GARDEN
    With 70 bird stalls showcasing a variety of melodious songbirds, this garden, with its courtyards and moongates, is a pleasure of both sight and sound. Songbirds remain a favourite pet of some local men, and the garden is testimony to the excessive pampering they receive. Merchants stock items such as fancy teak cages, tiny procelain water bowls, even culinary delicacies (for birds, that is), such as grasshoppers. Free; open from around 7am-8pm.

    TRANSPORTATION :-

    Take MTR to Prince Edward Station, use Exit B1. Walk east through Prince Edward Road

    Major Tourist Attractions in Hong Kong

  • THE PEAK
    The Peak is Hong Kong's most popular attraction. Visitors can enjoy stunning panoramic harbour and city views on the way up to The Peak via the Peak Tram or bus. Once on The Peak, you can dine at a variety of trendy restaurants, and explore The Peak Circle Walk to enjoy the fabulous views of the Victoria Harbour.
  • HONG KONG DISNEYLAND
    Located in Sunny Bay on Lantau Island, Hong Kong Disneyland comprises four theme parks: Main Street USA, Adventureland, Fantasyland and Tomorrowland. Both children and adults can enjoy a day of fairytale adventures in this magical destination.
  • OCEAN PARK
    Ocean Park is a world-class marine theme park in the Southern District of Hong Kong. Visitors can see a variety of marine mammals, from dolphins to penguins. The newly opened Aqua City features over 400 species of exotic fish and other aquatic animals. Neptune's Restaurant is Hong Kong's first aquarium dining.
  • NGONG PING 360
    As a gateway to Lantau Island, the Ngong Ping Cable Car travels between Tung Chung Town Centre and Ngong Ping. Visitors can enjoy panoramic views of the natural ecological environment around the North Lantau Country Park, Hong Kong International Airport, South China Sea, Tian Tan Buddha Statue, and Ngong Ping Market.
  • LAN KWAI FONG / SoHo
    Lan Kwai Fong, one of the most popular hangouts in Hong Kong, is not merely a place for pubs and discos. Its restaurants also provide a range of cuisine: from Italian and Mediterranean to Thai and Chinese. Stroll along Hollywood Road and you'll soon discover Hong Kong's "SoHo", which offers a wide range of upmarket international restaurants and bars along Stanley Street, D'Aguilar Street and Wellington Street..
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