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Best things to do in Kwun Tong District

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Hotel Bar
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“When you get tired of the "classic" HK skyline, try a different angle - Sugar is the more lowkey equivalent of some of the more popular rooftop bars in Central. Sunny Sunday afternoons are best enjoyed with a margarita in your hand!”
10 locals recommend
Establishment
“A restaurant zone of East and West cuisine. Over looking the harbor front. A nice place for dinning goer.”
4 locals recommend
Park
“Nice walk on the harbor side Also good for exercising (outside fitness facilities)”
1 local recommends
Café
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“Cafe with pretty good pastries, located inside PCCW Tower. Fairly quiet, a good place for breakfast.”
2 locals recommend
Restaurant
2 locals recommend
Establishment
“new cinema complex with blockbuster as well as independent movies. few station on MTR or a smooth tram ride from the flat”
2 locals recommend
Premise
1 local recommends
Clothing Store
1 local recommends
Establishment
1 local recommends
Park
“You can walk through the park and along the promenade. Nice views to Kowloon.”
1 local recommends
Museum
“A small fireboat musuem retracing the history of firefighting on boats in Hong Kong. Well worth a quick visit, especially the entrance is free of charge.”
2 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
1 local recommends
Neighborhood
“shows you the real hong kong - crowded but not too crowded. at night, it's peaceful and quiet. there are 24 hours mini bus to almost anywhere in hk.”
3 locals recommend
Pier
“The Garden on the root of the terminal offering fantistic view to the harbour. A good place to catch the sun set view!”
2 locals recommend
Japanese Restaurant
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“Excellent Japanese restaurant in North Point, not cheap but good value. ~300-400HKD per head”
1 local recommends
Thai Restaurant
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“This stretch of road has few restaurant to choose from. You can go there by walking through Quarry Bay park. A good place to chill out. ~HKD 100-200/person”
1 local recommends