The City The guide was updated:You can find everything here: some of the world’s most exciting skyscraper architecture, fashionable shopping malls, a subtropical wilderness and one of the world’s hottest financial districts.
The crossroads between Queen’s Road and Pedder Street is said to be the busiest in the world. Among the crowds in central Hong Kong, the visitor will find many of the most attractive shops, as well as the main entertainment district of Lan Kwai Fong.
SoHo – south of Hollywood Road – is where you will find the world’s largest system of interconnected escalators, a vibrating artery linking together restaurants, cafés, bars, interior design shops and shopping malls. For the fashion-conscious, a visit to Causeway Bay is recommended - here it is mainly young people who enjoy combing the fashion boutiques until late into the evening. Anyone who loses their way in the alleys of the technology paradise of Kowloon will find their way to an interesting restaurant in the Chinese quarter of Central or decide to take a swim in Stanley. And so it continues. Hong Kong is an adventure.