District Feature

Kwun Tong

Kwun Tong was one of the key industrial areas in Hong Kong since the 1950s. As times change, by the end of 80s and begin of 90s, the manufacturing sector of Hong Kong is in decline, the economy of Hong Kong switched from industry-based to service-based, many manufacturing activities relocated to the China and commercial buildings are being constructed to replace them. Kwun Tong now has been revitalized and completely changed, the new face of Kwun Tong which is full of energy with young people, commercial centers and hotels.

In recent years, the government has begun to re-develop the coastal area of Kwun Tong under the Kai Tak development. A promenade and a park has been built along the coast near Kwun Tong Pier to allow visitor with close-up views of the Kai Tak Cruise Terminal which is the new landmarks of East Kowloon.

Feature Office Building

Millennium City 1 - Standard Chartered Tower 創紀之城1期
Millennium City 5 - BEA Tower 創紀之城5期
Landmark East Tower 1 - AXA Tower 安盛金融大樓
Landmark East Tower 2 - AIA Kowloon Tower 城東誌
C-BONS International Centre 絲寶國際大廈
One Harbour Square 海濱道181號
TG Place 電訊一代廣場
Kwun Tong View 觀點中心
MG Tower 萬兆豐中心
One Pacific Centre 亞太中心

Kowloon Bay

Kowloon Bay is located in East of Kowloon Peninsula. The headquarter of the MTR Corporation Limited and the first depot ever in Hong Kong are located in this area.

The area near the MTR Station is residential while the area near the shore is industrial. The industrial area was expanded from Kwun Tong, nowadays, those industrial buildings are gradually replaced by commercial building.

Feature Office Building

Billion Centre 億京中心
Enterprise Square Five Tower 1 企業廣場五期一座
Enterprise Square Five Tower 2 企業廣場五期二座
Enterprise Square Three 企業廣場三期
Goldin Financial Global Centre 高銀國際金融中心
Exchange Tower 國際交易中心
KITEC (HITEC) 九龍灣國際展貿中心
Manhattan Place 宏泰道23
One Kowloon 一號九龍
YHC Tower 恩浩國際中心

Mong Kok

Mong Kok is an area in the Yau Tsim Mong District, on the middle section of Nathan Road which is the main thoroughfare in Kowloon connected from south to north direction from Tsim Sha Tsui to Sham Shui Po. Mong Kok Station of MTR is one of the interchange station with Kwun Tong Line and Tsuen Wan Line and Mong Kok East Station is one of the stations of East Rail Line which serving visitor runs through Hong Kong and China. Mong Kok was recorded the busiest district in the world.

It is one of the major shopping district in Hong Kong, characterized by the mixture of old and new multistory buildings, with shops and restaurants at street level and commercial and residential units above.

Langham Place, the landmark of Mongkok, is a commercial skyscraper complex and shopping mall. The aim of building complex was to upgrade and modernize a dilapidated are of Kowloon by providing a nucleus for renewal for the surrounding area, including the red light district along Portland Street.

Feature Office Building

Langham Place 朗豪坊
Grand Century Place新世紀廣場
Grand Plaza One 雅蘭中心一期
Park-In Commercial Centre 柏裕商業中心
168 Sai Yeung Choi St 西洋菜南街168號
655 Nathan Road 彌敦道655號
Chow Tai Fook Centre 周大福商業中心
Way Foong Plaza 惠豐中心
Pioneer Centre 始創中心

Cheung Sha Wan

Cheung Sha Wan is in New Kowloon, Hong Kong. It is mainly residential to the north and south, with an industrial are in between.

Cheung Sha Wan was a manufacturing centre, with a number of light industries especially textile and clothing. In 1980s, many factories relocated to the China after China implemented open door policy and some of the buildings have been converted into offices and warehouse.

In recent years, several of the Private Housing Estate were built on the area, including Home Ownership Scheme (HOS), Private Sector Participation Scheme (PSPS) and Tenants Purchase Scheme (TPS) estates.

Feature Office building:

909 Cheung Sha Wan Road 長沙灣道909號
Billion Plaza 億京廣場
Billion Plaza II 億京廣場二期
Cheung Sha Wan Plaza Tower 1 長沙灣廣場第1期
Global Gateway Tower
Laws Commercial Plaza 羅氏商業廣場
Saxon Tower 西頓中心
CEO Tower 環薈中心
Excel Centre卓匯中心
Edward Wong Tower 安泰大廈

Tsim Sha Tsui

Tsim Sha Tsui is a major commercial district in Kowloon Peninsula, like Central in Hong Kong Island, contains lots of Grade A commercial buildings and several of centers of finance along Canton Road and Nathan Road. After Kai Tak Airport closed, the height restriction on building has dropped, the larger and taller skyscrapers have been built, parallel to those in Centre. Now the tallest building in Hong Kong is situated West Kowloon – International Commerce Centre (ICC) where is next to Tsim Sha Tsui.

Tsim Sha Tsui is also a major tourist area in Hong Kong, as one of the main shopping areas, many well-known shopping malls could be found, like Harbour City - the flagship stores of several luxury brands are located in section of Canton Road; SOGO – is located at Salisbury Road; The Park Lane Shopper’s Boulevard - is located along a section of Nathan Road…etc

It is also the highest concentration of hotels area, lots of luxury hotels have been constructed, among the hotels, The Peninsula Hong Kong could be an iconic building.

Feature Office building:

China Hong Kong City Tower 5 中港城 第5期
Hong Kong Pacific Centre 亞太中心
Lippo Sun Plaza 力寶太陽廣場
Miramar Tower 美麗華大廈
Ocean Centre 海洋中心
One Peking 北京道一號
Silvercord Tower 1 新港中心第一座
The Gateway - Prudential Tower 港威大廈,保誠保險大廈
The Gateway - Tower 2 港威大廈第2座
The Gateway - Tower 6 港威大廈第6座
The Gateway - Tower 1 港威大廈第1座
The Peninsula Hotel Office Tower 半島酒店 辦公室大廈
Wharf T&T Centre 九倉電訊中心
World Finance Centre North 環球金融中心

Tsim Sha Tsui East

Tsim Sha Tsui East is an area from Hung Hom Bay to Chatham Road South, many commercial buildings and hotels are located in the area. The Tsim Sha Tsui East Promenade connects the area to the Hong Kong Cultural Centre near the Clock Tower.

In 2004, the East Rail Line extended the line to new East Tsim Sha Tsui station from Hung Hom which is an interchange station with Tsim Sha Tsui station on Tsuen Wan Line, an underground tunnel was built for pedestrians to access the popular destinations in either Tsim Sha Tsui or Tsim Sha Tsui East.

Most of major museums in Hong Kong are located in Tsim Sha Tsui. Hong Kong Museum of History and Hong Kong Science Museum are situated in Tsim Sha Tsui East while the Hong Kong Space Museum, Hong Kong Museum of Art and the Hong Kong Cultural Centre are located in Tsim Sha Tsui.

Feature Office building:

Concordia Plaza 康宏廣場
New East Ocean Centre 新東海中心
Empire Centre 帝國中心
Mirror Tower 冠華中心
Tsim Sha Tsui Centre 尖沙咀中心
Energy Plaza 幸福中心
The Metropolis Tower 都會大廈
8 Observatory Road 天文臺道2-12號
China Minmetals Tower 中國五礦大廈
Empress Plaza 帝后廣場

Sheung Wan

Sheung Wan is located in north-west of Hong Kong Island, part of Central and Western District, between Sai Wan and Central. Sheung Wan contains various grade commercial buildings, most of the Grade A commercial buildings are accessible in walking distance to Central, the office rental price in Sheung Wan is reasonable.

The Hong Kong-Macau Ferry Terminal in the Shun Tak Centre which is a commercial and transport complex has ferry and helicopter to Macau and several destinations in China, connected by footbridge to International Finance Centre (IFC) and Hong Kong Station.

There are 35 historic buildings and sites are on the Sheung Wan Route - apart of Central and Western Heritage Trail, such as Man Mo Temple – the largest Man Mo Temple in Hong Kong and Western Market – one of the oldest structures in Sheung Wan.

Feature Office building:

Cosco Tower 中遠大廈
FWD Financial Centre 富衛金融中心
Golden Centre 金龍中心
Shun Tak Centre - China Merchants Tower 信德中心
Wing On Centre 永安中心
Shun Tak Centre West Tower 信德中心西翼
Infinitus Plaza 無限極廣場
Grand Millennium Plaza新紀元廣場
9 Des Voeux Road West 德輔道西9號
Guangdong Investment Building 粵海投資大廈


Central is a core financial area in Hong Kong, many multinational financial services corporations have their headquarters, Bank, Investment Bank, Security Company and Hong Kong Stock Exchange are situated in the area. Central is also a Government Hill, the Government Headquarter and Consulates of many countries are located in the area.

Lan Kwai Fong, as a well-known nightlife spot in Hong Kong, it usually hosts carnivals and other celebrations during major festivals, such as Halloween, Christmas and New Year, and has its own beer festival. The Central-Mid-Levels escalator and walkway system is the Longest outdoor covered escalator system in the world, it is connected from Central Market to the Mid-Level residential area, passing though SOHO, an entertainment zone.

The Airport Express is one of the lines of the MTR, linked urban area to Hong Kong International Airport. It runs from Hong Kong Station to Airport Station before terminating at AisaWorld-Expo Station.

Feature Office building:

2 International Finance Centre 國際金融中心二期
9 Queen's Road Central 皇后大道中9號
AIA Central 友邦金融中心
Alexandra House 歷山大廈
Bank Of China Tower 中銀大廈
Chater House 遮打大廈
Cheung Kong Center 長江集團中心
Entertainment Building 娛樂行
Gloucester Tower 告羅士打大廈
LHT Tower 陸海通大廈
One Exchange Square 交易廣場1座
Prince's Building 太子大廈
Shanghai Commercial Bank Tower 上海商業銀行大廈
St George's Building 聖佐治大廈
The Center 中環中心
Two Exchange Square 交易廣場2座
Worldwide House 環球大廈
York House 約克大廈


Admiralty is located between Central and Wan Chai. Buildings in Admiralty consists primarily of office buildings, government buildings, shopping malls and hotels.

Pacific Place is a complex of office towers, hotels and a shopping centre. The four-level mall has over 130 shops and boutiques and collectively offering an array of contemporary fashion and luxury brands. The complex is also home to three five-star hotels, a boutique hotel, three Grade A office towers.

Admiralty station of MTR is an interchange station with Hong Kong Island Line and Tsuen Wan Line and it’s planned to be terminus of the future Sha Tin to Central Line and South Island Line. The area is also served the peak-tram across The Peak and Urban Area.

Feature Office building:

Bank Of China Tower 中銀大廈
Citibank Plaza - Citibank Tower 花旗銀行大廈
Citibank Plaza - ICBC Tower 中國工商銀行大廈
Bank of America Tower 美國銀行中心
Citic Tower 中信大廈
Far East Finance Centre 遠東金融中心
Hutchison House 和記大廈
One Pacific Place 太古廣場1座
Two Pacific Place 太古廣場2座
Three Pacific Place 太古廣場3座

Wan Chai

Wan Chai is one of the busiest commercial areas in Hong Kong with offices of many small and medium-sized companies. Wan Chai North features office towers, parks, hotels and international conference and exhibition centre. There are many unique landmarks and skyscrapers within the area, most notably the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, Central Plaza and Hopewell Centre.

The Star Ferry services cross the Victoria Harbour from Wan Chai to Tsim Sha Tsui, it provides low transportation fare option to passenger. The Cross-Harbour Tunnel which is the first undersea tunnel in Hong Kong is connected to the Hung Hom. Drivers and pedestrians depend solely either the Star Ferry services or Cross-Harbour Tunnel to cross the Victoria Harbour.

Feature Office building:

Central Plaza 中環廣場
China Resources Building 華潤大廈
Convention Plaza 會展中心
Dah Sing Financial Centre 大新金融中心
Harbour Centre 海港中心
Harcourt House 夏愨大廈
Hopewell Centre 合和中心
Sun Hung Kai Centre 新鴻基中心
Shui On Centre 瑞安中心
Great Eagle Centre 鷹君中心

Causeway Bay

Causeway Bay is one of Hong Kong’s major shopping districts. It includes SOGO, Time Square an indoor shopping complex and Hysan Place and some smaller malls such as World Trade Centre, Fashion Walk, Lee Garden. It is one of the most crowded areas in Hong Kong, a popular spot for young people. The rent in the shopping area of Causeway Bay was ranked as the world’s most expensive.

Victoria Park is located in Causeway Bay, it includes tennis courts, a swimming pool and other sports facilities such as central lawn, basketball court, football ground and children’s areas. Hong Kong Central Library is located opposite to the Victoria Park, it is the largest and main library of Hong Kong.

Feature Office building:

Causeway Bay Plaza 1 銅鑼灣廣場1期
Causeway Bay Plaza 2 銅鑼灣廣場2
China Taiping Tower 1 中國太平大廈一期
China Taiping Tower 2 中國太平大廈二期
Cofco Tower 中糧大廈
Hang Lung Centre 恆隆中心
Lee Garden One 利園大廈
Lee Garden Five (18 Hysan Ave) 18希慎道
Sino Plaza 信和廣場
Times Square Tower Two 時代廣場2座

North Point

North Point is located in Eastern Hong Kong Island, served by the Hong Kong Island Line and Tseung Kwan O Line of the MTR. There is a highway, Island Eastern Corridor, runs along the waterfront from Chai Wan to Causeway Bay. Ferry connects from North Point Ferry Pier to Kwun Tong Pier.

Compare with other districts in Hong Kong Island, the rent in North Point is more reasonable.

In North Point, Min Nan is the most widely spoken language after Cantonese, many Min Nan associations is based in North Point to bring people from the villages together. It now contains a mix of new luxury developments and older Chinese buildings.

Feature Office building:

AIA Tower 友邦廣場
@Convoy 康宏匯
Citicorp Centre 萬國寶通中心
Island Place Tower 港運大廈
K. Wah Centre 嘉華國際中心
148 Electric Road 電氣道148號
101 King's Road 英皇道101號
A T Tower 百加利中心
North Point Asia-Pac Centre 北角亞太廣場
KP Tower 錦平中心

Quarry Bay / Taikoo

Quarry Bay and Taikoo is in the Eastern District of Hong Kong Island. Taikoo Place is a commercial complex in Quarry Bay, includes 10 office towers - Devon House, Dorset House, PCCW Tower, Warwick House, Cornwall House, Lincoln House, Oxford House, Cambridge House, Berkshire House and One Island East all office towers are linked with air-conditioned footbridges and Quarry Bay Station.

Taikoo is the eastern part of Quarry Bay. Cityplaza, located in Taikoo Shing, is the largest shopping mall in Hong Kong Island. There are also three large commercial buildings, cityplaza One, Cityplaza Three and Cityplaza Four. MTR Tai Koo Station is accessible directly from to the Cityplaza.

Taikoo Shing is a private residential along with Taikoo Place, the adjacent Cityplaza retail and office complex. The estate is also a very sought-after place to live for the Japanese communities in Hong Kong.

Feature Office building:

Taikoo Place太古坊
Kornhill Plaza康怡廣場辦公大廈
1063 King's Road 英皇道1063號
Devon House 德宏大廈
Berkshire House栢克大廈
One Island East 港島東中心
Lincoln House 林肯大廈
Prosperity Millennia Plaza 泓富產業千禧廣場
625 King's Road 英皇道625號
633 King's Road 英皇道633號

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