It's a convenient place in Hong Kong Island, which only 1 minute walk from "WAN CHAI MTR Station" exit C. There are many 24 hours convenience store, supermarkets & restaurants around this area.
Unit has been renovated & clean, with bed for 2 people, TV, desk & chair, kitchen, washing machine, fridge, bath room with independent shower area and WIFI.
I am a local in Hong Kong. I am willing to give some traveling tips about Hong Kong for your convenience : )
【Cozy studio】(newly renovated as photos shown)
◆ 24 hours security lobby with elevators
◆ double bed for 2 people (4 feet x 6 feet)
◆ TV, small desk & chair, clothes stand, air-conditioner (split type)
◆ open kitchen : range hood, mini-refrigerator, washing machine
◆ bath room : independent shower area, towels, body wash + shampoo
- 1 min walk to《Wan Chai MTR (Subway) station》
( 3 mins to Causeway Bay by MTR )
( 5 mins to Central by MTR )
( 7 mins to Sheung Wan (Macau Ferry Terminal) by MTR )
( 8 mins to Tsim Sha Tsui by MTR )
( 14 mins to Mong Kok by MTR )
( 38 mins to Hong Kong Airport by MTR )
- 1 min walk to《Tram stop (Hong Kong Tramways)》
- 1 min walk to《Bus and Minibus stop》
- 9 min walk to《Star Ferry pier》
- everywhere are《Taxi》
- 1 min walk to《24 hours convenience store》
- 1 min walk to《pharmacy store》
- 1 min walk to a lot of《restaurants, cafes, bars & dinning》
- 3 mins walk to《supermarket》
- 2 mins walk to《Lee Tung Avenue》
- 6 mins walk to《Star Street Precinct》
- 1 min walk to《Wan Chai Computer Centre》
- 1 min walk to《Toy Street (Tai Yuen Street)》
- 2 mins walk to《Immigration Tower》
- 3 mins walk to《Revenue Tower》
- 5 mins walk to《Wan Chai (H.K. Government) Tower》
- 6 mins walk to《H.K. Convention and Exhibition Centre》
- 7 mins walk to《Hong Kong Arts Centre》
- 7 mins walk to《The H.K. Academy For Performing Arts》
- 4 mins walk to《Declared Monument - Old Wan Chai Post Office》
- 5 mins walk to《Grade I historic buildings - Blue House》
- 5 mins walk to《Grade I historic buildings - Hung Shing Temple》
- 6 mins walk to《Grade I historic buildings - Pak Tai Temple》
- 10 mins walk to《Golden Bauhinia Square》
- 10 mins walk to《Victoria Harbour》
(Sport / Hiking)
- 1 mins walk to《Southorn Playground》
- 10 mins walk to《Wan Chai Green (Hiking) Trail》
You’ll love my place because of privacy, ambiance, cozy & comfortable studio. This convenient apartment will make you save a lot of times & money for traffic. My place is best for couples, solo adventurers and business travelers. Enjoy your trip! :)
【MTR (Subway)】(1 min walk)
"Wan Chai" is well connected to all modes of transport in Hong Kong, from the city’s efficient Hong Kong MTR system and convenient buses and taxis, to a traditional harbour crossing by ferry. Public transport in Hong Kong is characterised by high standards of reliability, security, hygiene and comfort.
Wan Chai is an extraordinary hub of multicultural cuisines, from authentic local Cantonese flavours to international culinary fusion, local street cuisine and stylish cafes. Along Queen's Road East, Johnston Road, Wan Chai Road, Hennessy Road, Spring Garden Lane and Star Street, you can discover Michelin star restaurants, the European restaurant hidden inside traditional Chinese architecture, and contemporary eateries offering the best tastes in Hong Kong.
【Wan Chai Computer Centre】(1 min walk)
As the name suggests, the Wan Chai Computer Centre is your go-to spot for the latest computers, cameras and peripherals. Get off at Exit A4 of Wan Chai MTR station, you will reach this convenient shopping centre that carries everything from fully-built systems to trendy gadgets, offering high-tech varieties and bargains for any budget.
【Toy Street (Tai Yuen Street)】(1 min walk)
The oldest outdoor market in the district, today Tai Yuen Street combines dry and wet hawkers markets, as well as many vibrant small neighbourhood businesses. Alongside is a treasure trove of kiddie collectibles and local specialty stalls selling dried foods and fresh produce. The stalls pop up like mushrooms during the day, and are dismantled by nightfall, only to re-emerge the next morning.
【Lee Tung Avenue】(2 mins walk)
Lee Tung Avenue brings a new 200-meter-long, tree-lined pedestrian walkway to Hong Kong Island. The avenue is home to sidewalk cafes, gourmet restaurants, and local and overseas fashion outlets. It is also gaining fame for its large variety of lifestyle activities. Lee Tung Avenue is conveniently accessible from downtown via all forms of transport. Lee Tung Avenue prides itself on its close connection with local communities and revitalizing traditional Wan Chai, while becoming a focal point of Wan Chai South.
【Star Street Precinct】(6 mins walk)
The area around Three Pacific Place and comprising Star Street, Moon Street, Sun Street and Wing Fung Street used to be home to Hong Kong Electric’s first power plant but is now a fashionable dining neighbourhood with design-driven lifestyle stores.
【Times Square / Sogo / Hysan Place】(3 mins by MTR)
Travel westward by tram, MTR, bus or on foot towards Admiralty, where you will step into the Pacific Place shopping complex, featuring up-market fashion shops in Hong Kong. Just two MTR stations away, you will reach Central, where acclaimed international fashion brands gather at the LANDMARK and ifc mall. Or head east to Causeway Bay to explore a bustling hub of world-class shopping malls and department stores including Times Square, Sogo, Hysan Place and Lee Gardens.
【H.K. Convention and Exhibition Centre】(6 mins walk)
Home to the internationally renowned "Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre" (HKCEC - nine-time “Best Convention and Exhibition Centre in Asia” award winner), it is no wonder that Wan Chai is the city’s global corporate hub. Thousands of event organisers and planners have chosen HKCEC's purpose-built facilities to showcase their products.
【Golden Bauhinia Square】(10 mins walk)
The bauhinia is the emblem of Hong Kong. The Forever Blooming Bauhinia Sculpture that gives the Expo Promenade the commonly used name, Golden Bauhinia Square, was a gift from the Central Government to mark the 1997 Handover — an occasion that held tremendous significance for the world’s largest nation and that stands out as a landmark event in 20th century history.
【Victoria Harbour】(10 mins walk)
Long famous for its spectacular views, the harbour is a major tourist attraction of Hong Kong.
【Hong Kong Arts Centre】(7 mins walk)
Immerse yourself in the city's flourishing contemporary arts and culture scene at the "Hong Kong Arts Centre". It is the rendezvous of Hong Kong artists and the stage of various classical and contemporary performances. It hosts theatres, galleries, classrooms, studios, a cinema and a café, offering access to the full spectrum of arts and creative media
【The H.K. Academy For Performing Arts】(7 mins walk)
The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts is a vital training and performance venue, where student productions and recitals as well as productions by visiting artists, both local and international, can be seen by the public. If you are interested in exploring art and cultural performances in Hong Kong, it is the place for you.
【Grade I historic buildings - Blue House】(5 mins walk)
Tong Lau, the iconic tenement buildings, is an integral part of the traditional landscape of Wan Chai, among which the Blue House (Grade I historic buildings in Hong Kong) is a classic example. This four-storey Lingnan-style residential block from the 1920s features a mix of Chinese and Western aesthetics. Its distinctive blue colour was pure chance – when it was repainted in the ‘70s, the only paint the government workers had left was blue, so a blue house it became. A museum houses a replica of the period’s typical living quarters on the premises, and residents still occupy its apartments. Similar examples of this beautiful traditional architecture can be found in the Green House, a Grade II historic building also built in the 1920s and has now been transformed into the Comix Home Base, and the Yellow House, which features a beautiful rooftop embellished with Chinese roof tiles. They are the unique pieces of architecture in Hong Kong.
【Grade I historic buildings - Hung Shing Temple】(5 mins walk)
Estimated to be built between 1847 and 1852, it underwent its first renovation in 2015. Despite the dramatic changes to the city around it, the temple is still used by worshippers and provides visitors with an interesting insight into ancient Chinese folk religion.
【Grade I historic buildings - Pak Tai Temple】(6 mins walk)
Officially named Yuk Hui Kung (Jade Void Palace), this temple was built by Wan Chai residents in 1863. The Pak Tai statue inside the main hall is three metres tall and about 400 years old, much older than the temple itself. On either side there are halls for other deities, including the Three Pristine Ones, Lung Mo (Dragon Mother), and the God of Wealth. Don’t miss the murals inside the halls, which portray scenes of life in olden times — including the staging of a Cantonese opera.
【Southorn Playground】(1 min walk)
The "Southorn Playground" offers a real slice of "Wan Chai". This vibrant playground offers a startling contrast to its skyscraper neighbours, while doubling up as a rotating events and arts space on weekends. Adjacent to the playground is the Southorn Stadium, another dynamic space to enjoy recreation and sport events. Other public sport facilities are also widely available in Wan Chai, including the "Harbour Road Sports Centre" and the "Lockhart Road Sports Centre", where you can book facilities such as badminton and basketball courts. For water lovers, the "Morrison Hill Swimming Pool" is a nice choice.
The Hong Kong Trail is a 50-kilometre trail with eight sections crossing five country parks on Hong Kong Island, offering visitors a real green gem within this international business hub. Start your Section 4 adventure from Wan Chai Gap to Wong Nai Chung Road. This exhilarating 7-kilometre walk takes about two hours to finish, and meanders over old English bridges, past verdant native trees. Traversing up Mount Cameron, the trail widens into a sweeping panorama at the top.
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Hong Kong, Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong