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Las mejores recomendaciones de la gente local

Desde los lugares más famosos hasta las joyas escondidas: descubre qué hace única a la ciudad con la ayuda de la gente local que mejor la conoce.
Parada de autobús
“A city park for a quick recharge with some greens amidst the urban forest of Causeway Bay and Wanchai.”
  • Recomendado por 16 habitantes locales
Parque
“One of the biggest parks on the Hong Kong Islans. Just take an MTR ride to Causeway Bay MTR station. If you go there on Sundays, please take in mind that it is a day-off of domestic helpers in Hong Kong who also love to spend their spare time in the park. Generally it is usually busy on a Sunday afternoon.”
  • Recomendado por 10 habitantes locales
Bar de hotel
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“When you get tired of the "classic" HK skyline, try a different angle - Sugar is the more lowkey equivalent of some of the more popular rooftop bars in Central. Sunny Sunday afternoons are best enjoyed with a margarita in your hand!”
  • Recomendado por 10 habitantes locales
Restaurante
“a popular brunch and lunch spot, serving a good selection of western dishes including steaks, salads and pastas. Relaxed atmosphere, great cakes and brunch selections. Address: 1-9 Lin Fa Kung Street West Tai Hang ”
  • Recomendado por 10 habitantes locales
Restaurante
“Hong Kong's harbor dazzles with neon at night, but the synchronized Symphony of Lights laser show takes the nightly spectacle to another level. Cruise Hong Kong's Victoria Harbour aboard a traditional Chinese sightseeing junk and enjoy an uninterrupted view of this dazzling light show for an unforgettable evening in Hong Kong. On your 1.5-hour evening cruise around Hong Kong's harbor you'll enjoy unlimited free drinks from the open bar while you watch one of the world's greatest lightshows unfold. The highlight of your evening harbor cruise is the 20-minute Symphony of Lights show, a spectacular display of laser beams bouncing off 33 key skyscrapers on both sides of the harbor. Acc”
  • Recomendado por 3 habitantes locales
Hong Kong Restaurant
“Famous seafood restaurant (especially after it appeared in Anthony Bourdain's show). Great atmosphere, great tasting food but better go early to avoid the crowd if you're a big group. Small groups can always find a table to share. HKD200-400 per person.”
  • Recomendado por 8 habitantes locales
Restaurante
“This dim-sum place was made famous as the cheapest Michelin restaurant in the world. Go there early or be prepared to queue. HKD50-100 per person”
  • Recomendado por 8 habitantes locales
Gym
“50-meter swimming pool for only HKD17 entry fees! Open from 6.30am to 11pm and with a kid swimming pool as well”
  • Recomendado por 7 habitantes locales
Grocery or Supermarket
  • Recomendado por 3 habitantes locales
Gastrobar
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“One of the best restaurants in Tai Hang. Unusual dishes, tasty food from east to west. A gastropub concept that focuses on a fine selection of beers and approachable dishes meant for sharing among guests. Second Draft occupies the ground floor of the Little Tai Hang development, and it’s notably spacious: with a horseshoe-shaped bar on one side and tables set against the large windows. The green and white colour scheme (a tribute to the Star Ferry) is completed with tiled flooring and bilingual signs stencilled throughout the dining room. ”
  • Recomendado por 6 habitantes locales
Barrio
“Tai Hang is another peaceful pocket of paradise in an otherwise hectic area. Neat little coffee shop and an amazing local bakery doing superb Hong Kong Egg Tarts! Take a stroll. ”
  • Recomendado por 6 habitantes locales
Place to eat
“Great little Italian pizza and pasta place! Our favorite is the parma ham and rocket pizza along with a side of calamari - yum!”
  • Recomendado por 6 habitantes locales
Reservoir
“Tai Tam Country Park is a country park in the Tai Tam area in the south end of Hong Kong Island. The park was expanded to near Quarry Bay in 1979. At 1,315 hectares, the park consists of one fifth of Hong Kong Island's land mass”
  • Recomendado por 6 habitantes locales
Natural Feature
“HONGKONG AND MY 30 YEARS OF BEING A RESIDENT: When I moved to Hong Kong 12 months ago, I was shocked by how chaotic the place was. I’ve visited many cities in Asia-Australoa-Europe-USA and at first I thought Hong Kong would be similar. However, on further exploration, I discovered that there’s a lot more to Hong Kong travel than meets the eye. That’s because, as far as culture and customs are concerned, Hong Kong is an East-meets- West kind of place. You could say it’s literally separated into two locations: Kowloon being the ‘east’, and Hong Kong Island the ‘west’. There are also more than 250 outlying islands to explore, a multitude of beaches, plus 60–70% of the country is rural. This puts to bed any ‘big city only’ jibes! Because there’s so much to see and do, you’ll need to plan your trip wisely. Here are my recommendations for what to see beyond the big-ticket sights to truly get a feel for Hong Kong’s unique character. What do I need to know when planning a trip to Hong Kong? 1. This is Asia, but it's not South East Asia. Expect expenses to be higher especially eating out, drinks in bars and accommodation. 2. English is widely spoken in Hong Kong 3. Prepare for busy streets and un orthodox walkers, that's just the way Hongkong is. You'll be bumping into someone in no time. 4. You can adventure in Hongkong at virtually no cost by exploring the outer islands and a variety of peaks. 5. Hongkong has everything shopping wise. So stock up in Tsim Sha Tsui, Mongkok and Sham Shui Po on everything from cheap electronics to clothes. 6. You don't always need to spend a fortune in the clubs and bars. You can drink and socialise in Lan Kwai Fong (LKF) cheaply by buying alcohol from 7 Eleven (there are three of them on the strip). 7. Public transport in Hongkong is fantastic, especially the MTR, which is widely recognised as the most efficient in the world. It is also super cheap. What do people need to know about Hong Kong? Many people who’ve never visited think it’s purely a London or New York of the east, but Hong Kong is so much more than that. With beaches and islands just a short ferry ride from Kowloon and Hong Kong Island, there’s a huge amount of outdoor adventure to be had. And Hong Kong is very safe, even if some districts and neighbourhoods may not look it. Because it has both outdoor and urban iniuences, Hong Kong is arguably the best super-city of its kind in the world. What’s the best way to get around the city? DeYnitely the rail system, as it goes to all points of the city for very cheap. Buy an Octopus Card and top it up at a 7 Eleven. Taxis can be a rip-off, especially on inter-island journeys, so if the MTR isn’t an option, take the bus. If you’re coming from Hong Kong airport, there are many ways to get into the city. The Airport Express can quickly take you into Kowloon or Hong Kong Island, and there are plenty of bus services depending on where you are going. ”
  • Recomendado por 5 habitantes locales
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History Museum
“This was the most formidable fortifications in the territory built more than 100 years ago. It was an important battlefield during the Battle for Hong Kong in 1941. ”
  • Recomendado por 2 habitantes locales
Place to eat
“This place is only open in the afternoon, but it has wonderful coffee and a cool vibe.”
  • Recomendado por 5 habitantes locales

Los mejores restaurantes

Restaurante
“a popular brunch and lunch spot, serving a good selection of western dishes including steaks, salads and pastas. Relaxed atmosphere, great cakes and brunch selections. Address: 1-9 Lin Fa Kung Street West Tai Hang ”
  • Recomendado por 10 habitantes locales
Restaurante
“Hong Kong's harbor dazzles with neon at night, but the synchronized Symphony of Lights laser show takes the nightly spectacle to another level. Cruise Hong Kong's Victoria Harbour aboard a traditional Chinese sightseeing junk and enjoy an uninterrupted view of this dazzling light show for an unforgettable evening in Hong Kong. On your 1.5-hour evening cruise around Hong Kong's harbor you'll enjoy unlimited free drinks from the open bar while you watch one of the world's greatest lightshows unfold. The highlight of your evening harbor cruise is the 20-minute Symphony of Lights show, a spectacular display of laser beams bouncing off 33 key skyscrapers on both sides of the harbor. Acc”
  • Recomendado por 3 habitantes locales
Hong Kong Restaurant
“Famous seafood restaurant (especially after it appeared in Anthony Bourdain's show). Great atmosphere, great tasting food but better go early to avoid the crowd if you're a big group. Small groups can always find a table to share. HKD200-400 per person.”
  • Recomendado por 8 habitantes locales
Restaurante
“This dim-sum place was made famous as the cheapest Michelin restaurant in the world. Go there early or be prepared to queue. HKD50-100 per person”
  • Recomendado por 8 habitantes locales
Gastrobar
“One of the best restaurants in Tai Hang. Unusual dishes, tasty food from east to west. A gastropub concept that focuses on a fine selection of beers and approachable dishes meant for sharing among guests. Second Draft occupies the ground floor of the Little Tai Hang development, and it’s notably spacious: with a horseshoe-shaped bar on one side and tables set against the large windows. The green and white colour scheme (a tribute to the Star Ferry) is completed with tiled flooring and bilingual signs stencilled throughout the dining room. ”
  • Recomendado por 6 habitantes locales
Café
“A quaint little restaurant with great food and a wonderful happy hour deal!”
  • Recomendado por 2 habitantes locales
Restaurante
“ texas bbq burger / Berry Lover / Tropical Forest / Tropical Forest Milkshake / Funky Monkey ”
  • Recomendado por 3 habitantes locales
Restaurante
“Great for lunch and evening meal or just to hang out in the evening for casual nibbles and drinks”
  • Recomendado por 2 habitantes locales

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