Kowloon City

Kowloon City, its square grid and gritty character defined by the old Kai Tak Airport and the legendary Walled City, was once the world’s densest populated block until the government bulldozed the urban jumble and turned it into a nicely landscaped park.  This unpretentious neighbourhood is well known for the many family run eateries from Southern Thailand to Northern China, but few people know the fascinating history behind these places.  Kowloon City has surprises hidden around every street corner, whether it’s 3am or 3pm.  

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Places to stay in Hong Kong

Ho Ho Hostel
Comfy community-based hospitality concept
Rm E, 2/F, National Court, 240-252 Nathan Road, Jordan
low
Hotel Jen
Comfortable hotel in authentic neighbourhood
508 Queen's Road West, Hong Kong
medium
Upper House
Understated chic & quiet luxury
Pacific Place, 88 Queensway
high
Wontonmeen
Creative hub, hangout & hostel
1/F, No.135 Lai Chi Kok Road, Prince Edward
low

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