Along with Tsimshatsui, Causeway Bay is where shoppers in Hong Kong love to spend their money. If the crowds in Hong Kong overwhelm you, wait until you see the intersection of Hennessy Road and Sogo, one of the most popular department stores in the area on one of the busiest streets. If you are a shopping-lovers, then a visit to Causeway Bay would be a great experience in your Hong Kong tour package.
Shopping in Causeway Bay is not confined to the biggest department stores of Mitsukoshi, Sogo and Lane Crawford. Jardine's Crescent and Lee Garden Road are two of the best spots for bargain hunters in Causeway Bay. All of your favourite name brand clothes are here, as well as watches, luggage and electronics.
If the lanes are not your style, a bit more up market is the new Lee Gardens and Times Square. The latter is a popular multi-purpose complex where one can shop, eat, bank or catch a movie all in an afternoon. In addition to shopping, people come to Causeway Bay for the restaurants, pubs, karaoke bars and nightclubs. If your China tour operator offers some free time along your Hong Kong travel, then a visit to Causeway Bay should not be missed.
Foodies will appreciate the wide variety of restaurants in the area. On Jaffe Road, Cannon Street and Houston Street, you will find restaurants serving Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese, Indian, Mexican or Spanish. The hardest part will be deciding which restaurant to choose. After dinner, why not try your luck at the nearby Happy Valley Racecourse. The locals love betting on the races and who knows, maybe it could be your lucky day. A full day in Causeway Bay will be, without a doubt, one of the highlights of your stay in Hong Kong.
No China vacation deals to Hong Kong is perfect enough without offering some free shopping time for visitors. During your free time, a visit to Causeway Bay would never disappoint the shopping-addicts.
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