Central Hong Kong is where you will find gleaming skyscrapers of banks and financial institutions, stylish shopping malls and many of the coolest restaurants, bars and clubs. It is the most cosmopolitan area of Hong Kong Island yet Cantonese touches are everywhere; from the exotic street signs of neon-lit Chinese characters to the bustling street markets still hanging on despite the breakneck speed of change taking place on the main thoroughfares.
Some of the finest hotels in Hong Kong are based in Central, while transport options are plentiful, from the subway to the tram, the famous Star Ferry crossing and plenty of taxis. In Central, it’s possible to see all sides of this fascinating city state, usually rubbing shoulders with each other, highlighting the differences.
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