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SOGO Hong Kong, one of the largest Japanese-style department stores in Hong Kong, commenced its operations in 1985 at Causeway Bay and SOGO Tsim Sha Tsui had its grand opening in 2005. In 1993, SOGO underwent major renovation and expansion to become the exciting shopping complex it is today. Offering a huge range of quality goods, it continues to be a popular shopping spot for locals and tourists alike.

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The Hong Kong Observation Wheel

The 60-metre Hong Kong Observation Wheel offers stunning views of Victoria Harbour from comfortable gondolas.

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International Finance Centre

The tallest beacon on Hong Kong Island, Two International Finance Centre cries out to upmarket shoppers and holidaymakers with the…

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Pacific Place

Located in the heart of Admiralty, Pacific Place is arguably responsible for shifting the city centre slightly eastwards. The upscale…

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The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts

The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, established by The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts Ordinance in 1984, is…

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Hong Kong Arts Centre

One of the city’s most respected art institutions, the Hong Kong Arts Centre includes galleries, a 3D cinema, theatres, studios,…

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Central Plaza

Central Plaza is Hong Kong’s most visible timepiece: its neon rods lighting up Victoria Harbour in a different colour like…

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Immigration Tower

Immigration Tower is a skyscraper located in Wan Chai District of Hong Kong. The tower rises 49 floors and 177…

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Times Square Hong Kong

People come from far and wide to shop in Causeway Bay, and they’ll rarely leave without setting foot inside its…

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Haysan Place

Hysan Place is an oasis of natural light, lush greenery, high ceilings and open storefronts in the heart of hectic…

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Victoria Park

An oasis of calm in bustling Causeway Bay, Victoria Park is also a hotspot for sunrise tai chi, glowing lantern…

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Hung Shing Temple

Formerly a seaside altar to the God of the South Sea, the Hung Shing Temple is now a temple in…

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The Pawn (Historic Buildings)

Four-storey tenement The Pawn has been restored and transformed into a cult bar and restaurant with a name that hails…

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Lee Tung Avenue

Ideal for strolling, Lee Tung Avenue is one of the few tree-lined, stone-paved pedestrian walkways in Hong Kong. Chill out…

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Tai Yuen Street (Toy Street)

Tai Yuen Street in Wan Chai is where you’ll find a treasure trove of toys, kid’s collectibles and decorations for…

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Wan Chai Star Ferry Pier

The Star Ferry’s ferry crossings at Victoria Harbour are acclaimed as an important part of the commuter system between Hong…

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The Golden Bauhinia Square

The Forever Blooming Bauhinia Sculpture that gives the Expo Promenade the commonly used name, Golden Bauhinia Square (“GBS”), was a…

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Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre

Hundreds of world congresses, local conferences, meetings and seminars are held yearly at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre…

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