The food capital of the world
Hong Kong is crowned as a paradise for gourmet food. It is famous for its flavourful multinational and world-class cuisine. However, Hong Kong Island is more just a culinary haven. It offers a wide range of tourist activities that will never let you feel tired – like walking at night markets, visiting the peak for sightseeing, and watching traditional Cantonese opera. With a multitude of things to do on Hong Kong Island, our Hong Kong Island furnished apartments for rent are for people who want to experience the essence of Hong Kong.
Take in the sights and sounds
If you visit Hong Kong, you have to include a visit to Victoria Peak in your itinerary. It is the highest point on Hong Kong Island. Indeed, there are several more vantage points all over the island, all of which boast a panoramic view of the island and the South China Sea. But, the view from Victoria Peak is not to be missed.
Bank of China Tower
Another modern architectural masterpiece in Hong Kong Island is the Bank of China Tower that is designed by I. M. Pei, a Chinese- American architect. It is an asymmetrical structure that has been featured in several international films like Star Trek and Transformers. However, not a lot of people know that the 43rd floor of the building is open to public viewing free of charge. All you have to do is show your ID for registration and building access. Because of its compact size, you will be able to get some unique vantage points from Hong Kong.
A thoroughfare or row of intriguing antique shops in the western and central districts of Hong Kong Island. While walking through these shops, you will always be surprised at what you find and that is the charm of this place. This is a popular shopping area stretching from the Central District Police Station to Man Mo Temple. You will be able to find a lot of antique dealers here specializing in traditional homeware like Buddhist images, Chinese pottery, jade, and silk accessories. Even if you don’t want to buy anything, you can just leave our Hong Kong Island furnished apartments and spend a couple of hours at the many art galleries located in Cat Street.
Dragon’s Back Trail
One of the most popular Hong Kong attractions is the Dragon’s Back Trail that is located on the southern coast of Hong Kong Island in Shek-O Country Park. It is often visited by tourists and locals who want to hike and look at some of the most stunning natural scenes. To reach the Shek-O Country Park, you can take the must from Wan Chai MTR station. The park is popular for paragliding as well, which you will be able to see while hiking.
Another must-visit site is the former police married quarters, PMQ, which has been revitalized into a studio complex where high flyers can promote and develop their artisan goods. The Hong Kong Markets Organization hosts the PMQ Night Market every month that consists of bazaars, beer-drinking, and live music. The bazaar is aimed at young craftsmen, DIYers, designers, and food artisans who want to sell their products and promote their brands. While strolling around Shiloh, you will usually find sellers in their 20s, dressed in chic clothing and introducing their artisan goods fervidly. Before visiting, make sure that you look for opening hours as they vary for every month so that you leave our Hong Kong Island furnished flats for rent at the right time.
It offers the most spectacular viewpoint that allows you to take a look at Hong Kong’s stunning panoramic scenery. Your eyes will be feasting on the amazing view of Victoria Harbour, the intimately-packed together skyscrapers, along with the New Territories’ distant view. If you want to savor the landscape, you should take the Peak Tram offering hard-to-find angles that allow you to view the skyline of the island while slowly sliding on a steep railway. Once you have reached the Peak, you will have an enormous sightseeing platform named Sky Terrace 428 that is the perfect spot for viewing the high-rise commercial buildings and their superb panorama.
Repulse Bay Visual Art Museum
With about 23,000 square feet, the Repulse Bay Visual Art Museum is the largest 3D Museum in Hong Kong. It has six 3D zones featuring themes like a Safari Adventure, the Miraculous world, Discover the Ocean, Screaming Space, Explore Hong Kong, and Augmented Reality, displaying digital and 3D art pieces. While you are walking around the pavilion, notice the illusion angles of the artwork. By leading into augmented reality, you will be able to have a lot of interaction between the virtual world and reality.
Prices of our Hong Kong Island Furnished Apartments:
Our Hong Kong Island furnished apartments for rent prices typically are between HK$5,000 to HK$16,000 per month. Since we own all our Hong Kong Island furnished flats for rent, you won’t have to pay agency fees. This is why our Hong Kong Island furnished apartments have such low costs, and are a great deal for you!