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What you should know about Western District

Western District is a shopper’s paradise, and one of the areas least influenced by Western culture, so you can expect an exciting, authentic atmosphere here. The neighborhood is packed full of interesting streets, which are great for getting some shopping done, or just for exploring and watching the locals go by. If you ever get tired of walking around the busy markets, you can always take a ride on Western District’s distinctive “Ding Ding” tram, or relax in one of the many gorgeous parks.

Hotels in Western District


When looking to stay in Western District you’ll find there are plenty of hotels to choose from, ranging from 3- to 4-star establishments. The top-rated hotel in Western District is the 4-star CHI Residences 138. This hotel is comprised of 52 apartments, and each one comes complete with a kitchenette to provide a homey environment. It also has a rooftop terrace and a fitness center. Another great 4-star hotel in Western District is Hotel Jen. It’s modern, sleek, and stylish, and has superb amenities including a rooftop pool and restaurant. If you’re looking for discount hotels, consider the Cosco Hotel. It has affordable rates and is one of the best 3-star hotels in Western District.

Things to see in Western District


Victoria Peak is the city’s most popular attraction. At an altitude of 1,811 feet, it even towers above the city’s dizzying skyscrapers, and provides breathtaking views across Hong Kong and Victoria Harbor. The best way to reach the summit is with a trip on the Peak Tram. It’s been operating since 1888 and provides a unique way to see Hong Kong as it makes it way up through the narrow streets. Sheung Wan is an exciting area in Western District, full of different streets to explore and shop in. This is where you’ll find Western Market, with its arts and crafts; Des Voeux Road West, with its famous dried seafood market; and Ladder Street, with its antique shops. Hollywood Road is here too, and it’s where the Man Mo Temple is located. A short time walking through this peaceful temple, with the smell of incense in the air, and you’ll soon forget all about the chaotic streets of Hong Kong.

Good for couples


Western District is ideal for couples traveling together. There are tons of exquisite restaurants where you can enjoy a delicious meal together; you’ll find that practically every cuisine is available here. If you’re seeking fine dining in a romantic setting, try Le Dome de Cristal. You’ll have endless fun exploring the lively streets and bustling markets together, but there are fantastic green spaces, like the urban oasis of Hong Kong Park, to relax in if it ever becomes too hectic. When the sun goes down you’ll find there’s plenty of nightlife in Western District. Head to Lan Kwai Fong to find the best bars and nightclubs.

How to get to Western District


Once you arrive in Hong Kong, you’ll discover it’s very easy to get to Western District. There are non-stop flights available from cities across the United States, such as Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, and Dallas. Once at Hong Kong International Airport you can take the Airport Express to Hong Kong Station in 43 minutes. This puts you at the edge of Western District. From here you can take a quick cab ride or jump on a train (Island Line) to arrive at your Western District hotel.

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