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  • Central and Western District - This Hong Kong Walk is also very well known as "Travel Through Time"Catch intriguing glimpses of daily life in Hong Kong with a walk thru time in Central and Western District. You're going to discover the world of wonder where the hustle and bustle of this modern city mingles with the colorful age-old traditions of yesterday.
  • Here's how to get there. Take MTR trains to Sheung Wan MTR station, find Exit B then turn Right and walk about three minutes.

    Featured attractions along with this Hong Kong Walk: (in order)

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    1. Western Market & Sheung Wan Fong - An Edwardian style building originally called the "Harbour Office" that was built in 1906 and later became a food market before closing in 1988. Next to it is a compass-like piazza named "Sheung Wan Fong" - an ideal spot to orientate yourself to the position of the many traditional trades and shopping streets in Sheung Wan.Next: Walk along Morisson Street then turn Right into Wing Lok Street.
    2. Wing Lok Street - Ginseng and Birds Nest Street: Lined with specialty shops selling the famous Ginseng and birds nest that are believed to be an essential for life longevity, energy, and fair complexion.Next: At the end of Wing Lok Street, turn left into Des Voeux Road West.
    3. Des Voeux Road West - Dried Seafood Street: A variety of exotic dried seafood available on this street. You'll find here rare and expensive items, such as abalone, gathered from around the world.Next: Walk along Des Voeux Road West, turn left into Ko Shing Street.
    4. Ko Shing Street - Herbal Medicine Street: Wholesale Centre of Hong Kong's thriving herbal medicine trade. It is renowned for its wide selection of Herbal Medicine.Next: Walk back to Des Voeux Road West then turn right into Bonham Strand West.Next direction: Walk back to Des Voeux Road West then turn right into Bonham Strand West.
    5. Bonham Strand West - Ginseng and Bird's Nest Street: Previously known as the "Nam Pak Hong Chamber of Commerce" but now it is an extension of Ginseng and Bird's Nest Street.Next: Continue along Bonham Strand West then turn right into Possession Street, walk up the sloping street and turn left into Hollywood Road.
    6. Hollywood Road - Antiques Street: Built in 1844 by the British army. This road was named for the many holly shrubs lining it. Linking Sheung Wan to Central. Hollywood Road is famous for its many curio and antiques shops.Next: Turn left at Lok Ku Road then turn right into Upper Lascar Row.
    7. Upper Lascar Row - Cat Street: Lined with traditional street stalls. A great place to pick up a wide variety of antiques, curios and other collectibles.Next: Walk back uphill to Hollywood Road, turn left to the Man Mo Temple.
    8. Man Mo Temple - One of the first traditional style temples built during the colonial era.Next: Walk along Hollywood Road to the Central-Mid-Levels Escalator. Take the escalator that will bring you up to Staunton Street and the SoHo area.
    9. Central-Mid-Levels Escalator: The worlds longest of its kind at 800 meters long. It links Des Voeux Road Central near the Harbour to the Conduit Road in the Mid-Levels.
    10. SoHo: A Lively dining district that takes its name from its location, South of Hollywood Road. A home to a variety of chic restaurants offering a huge range of international cuisine, including Nepalese, Italian, Dutch, Spanish, Mexican, Chinese and East-West fusions.Next: Walk down the steps beside the escalator to Hollywood Road, turn right and walk to the Former Central Police Station.
    11. Former Central Police Station: A grey building with its Doric-style columns and facade was built on 1864 and stands as a testimony to Hong Kong's colonial heritage.Next: Walk back along Hollywood Road to Cochrane St. under the escalator then walk further downhill to Gage St.
    12. Gage Street: Shops serving Hong Kong style noodles, herbal teas and other delicacies.Next: Walk back along Gage St. then turn left down to Lyndhurst Terrace.
    13. Lyndhurst Terrace: Shops selling ancient maps, prints and paintings. Nearby you also have beauty salons and spas - walking further will get you into the shops selling linens, fine silks, crafts and antiques.Next: Walk back to Cochrane Street, go downhill and then turn right into Stanley St.
    14. Stanley Street: Featuring the photographer's paradise ¨C this is the place specializing in cameras and photographic accessories.Next: Walk further along Stanley St. to the Pottinger St. steps.
    15. Pottinger Street: Traditional street stalls along this street with stone-slab steps.Next: Continue to walk along Pottinger Street to Des Voeux Road Central. Turn right twice to the Li Yuen St. West.
    16. Li Yuen Streets, East and West: Huge display of casual wear, leather wear and many other sold at very low prices.

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Other themed Hong Kong walks, tourist attractions and sightseeing for you to choose from.

  • Yau Ma Tie and Mong Kok - A Hong Kong Walk that is called "Markets for Leisure and Pleasure". The heart of Kowloon Peninsula. Here you can find a great deal of clothing, souvenirs, electronics goods and many others for any time of the day or night.The walk starts in Yuen Po Street Bird Garden and ends up at Temple St. Night Market.
  • Here's how to get there. Look for the MTR trains and follow the directions that will bring you to Prince Edward station. Take the Exit B1 and walk East along Prince Edward Road West to Yuen Po Street Bird Garden.
  • Tsim Sha Tsui - A Hong Kong walk also known as " a Cornucopia of Delights". Offering a huge range of international cuisine, big and modern shopping malls, historic buildings, museums and a scenic waterfront promenade.Start this walk in Hillwood Soho and end up at Harbour City.
  • Here's how to get there. Take the MTR trains and find directions to get you at Jordan Station. Take Exit D, then turn left to Nathan Rd and turn left again into Hillwood Rd.
  • Sha Tin - A Hong Kong Walk that is called "Suburban Hong Kong".This walk starts in Che Kung Temple (Sha Tin) and ends at Snoopy's World.
  • Here's how to get there. You should take East MTR trains that will get you to Tai Wai MTR Station. Transfer to the Ma On Shan Rail and get off at Che Kung Temple MTR Station. Take Exit B, then walk through the subway and then turn right to the Che Kung Temple.
  • Cheung Chau (meaning Long Island) - A Hong Kong Walks known as the "Island Retreat".This walk starts in Praya Street and return back to starting point.
  • Here's how to get there. Take the Ferry in Central at Pier No.5 - Outlying Islands going to Cheung Chau. Once you arrive at Cheung Chau, walk North along Pak She Praya Road.
  • Lamma Island - A Hong Kong walks that is called "A Taste of the Sea". Hong Kong's third largest Island it offers a great escape from the city.This walk starts in Yung Shue Wan and ends up at Sok Kwu Wan.
  • Here's how to get there. Take the Ferry in Central at Pier No.4 - Outlying Islands going to Yung Shue Wan. The walk will then start once you arrive at Yung Shue Wan pier.
  • Lantau Island - A Hong Kong Walks that is called "The Shadow of the Buddha". The largest Island in Hong Kong featuring the stunning Giant Buddha.This walk starts at Ngong Ping 360 Ngong Ping Village and ends up at Tung Chung Fort.
  • Here's how to get there. Take MTR Trains to Tung Chung Station. Take Exit B to the Ngong Ping Sky rail and get on the cable car for the 20 minute ride to Ngong Ping. For alternate routes to Ngong Ping please click here.
  • The Peak or Victoria Peak - A Hong Kong Walk that is called "The Picture-Perfect View Walk". Offers the best place to get a panoramic stunning view of Hong Kong's Harbour. This walk starts right at the Peak - at Upper Peak Tram Station and ends at the University of Hong Kong.
  • This walk start right at the Peak - at Upper Peak Tram Station and ending at University of Hong Kong.


    Here's to read detailed information on how to get to the upper Tram Station.

  • Tai Tam Reservoirs - Communing with Nature. Featured a glimpse of natural beauty that defines Hong Kong.The walk start at Hong Kong's Parkview and ends at Lin Fa Tseng Shan (Bridge Hill).
  • Here's how to get there. Take Bus No. 6 or 61 (services on Saturdays, Sundays, and Public Holidays only - otherwise, you should take a taxi) from the Exchange Square bus terminus in Central to Wong Nai Chung Gap. Get off at the Wong Nai Chung Gap and then walk uphill about 5 minutes toward HK Parkview.
  • Here's to see more places for Hong Kong walks and sightseeing.

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