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Hollywood Road, Hong Kong

(3.7/5 based on 170+ reviews on the web)
Take a walk along Hollywood Road, the hub of Hong Kong's art and antique trade (and older than its more famous California namesake). Explore the buildings and alleyways to find numerous bars, restaurants, and art galleries. Browse for valuable antique items and art pieces, as well as affordable trinkets and souvenirs at the street stalls. Relax with a cup of coffee, or have a hearty meal at one of the cafes lining this quaint and lively road. Other points of interest along the way include a colorful temple dating back to 1847, shops selling herbal medicine, and a traditional coffin maker. Arrange to visit Hollywood Road and other attractions in Hong Kong using our Hong Kong vacation builder.
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  • From the Centre comfortably accessible by tram, then a short walk. It is the old quarter, where you can explore the whole day wandering around nice bits of history, carved mammoth kli and so on. We purchased a beautiful dragon on the fireplace, as a reminder to this place.
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  • Several blocks lined on both sided with antique and curiosity shops. Cat Alley is parallel to it in some areas as well, making this THE place to shop for antiques and antique reproductions. There are ...  more »
  • Good place to get discounts on clothing, more if you look at the first floor you will find that there are clothes oulets.
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  • Nice little park. But the most interesting was the small notice board explaining the history of Tai Ping Shan Street of the past century, and the location of where the Brits claimed Hong Kong in 1841.
  • a very quiet park. almost no one's there most of the time.
  • Quaint park. Some turtles in the ponds.
  • good seating area
  • Nothing standingout. Nothing to highlight. A park in a mediocre area
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