Why the Causeway Bay is special
Trendy shops, notable hotels and elegant roadside bars… These are the most notable features of Causeway Bay, for tourists who are looking for these experiences Causeway Bay is the highest recommendation.
Causeway Bay Highlights
Skyscrapers and busy streets
The 13-storey Japanese department store Sogo and Times Square, the World Trade Centre, Windsor House, Hang Lung Centre, Fashion Island, Fashion Walk, and Lee Gardens Two make Causeway Bay one of the most crowded areas in Hong Kong, in front of the entrances of Times Square are the most crowded places in Causeway Bay. Navigating through the crowd takes patience and tactics, alternately braking and accelerating. For some reasons, people will abruptly stop while walking, sometimes turning to check if friends and family are in tow, some for no reason at all.
Delicate cafes and bars
If you are not used to the crowded place and density of people per square meter, take a moment to recuperate at the many cafes in the area. In recent years, there is a trend for shops to move from roadsides into buildings. As shops move upward into buildings, bars have followed suit. There are bars on almost every floor in the buildings on both streets. Pick one from them, simply step into the elevator and press any floor.
Shopping centers and parks
The Causeway Bay HK is regarded as one of the most iconic areas in Hong Kong. Many of the shops in this area keep their doors open until after 10 o'clock p.m. Tourists could always find the city’s main stretches of green space in Victoria Park lying in the heart of Causeway Bay. Victoria Park is a fantastic respite from the shopper filled streets nearby. The park is busy from dawn, when Tai Chi practitioners stretch their limbs, to dusk, when joggers and rollers caters take over. The park is also one of the few parks in Hong Kong that actually has green grass.