Top 4 Snack Streets

Top 4 Snack Streets

What visitors may look for is as much a visual as a gustatory experience. For local gourmet foods, one has to hang around the food streets. Just imagine food streets with a whole variety of flavors and fragrances to offer in Hong Kong. A promenade in such places will be a great tour of treats.

Wan Chai Commercial Centre

wan chai commercial centre

Hong Kong Wan Chai, is an important commercial district in Hong Kong. It is a unique community that is both historical and modern. It is also the earliest developed city centre in Hong Kong and one of the districts in Hong Kong with longest histories and most traditional cultures. There are various goods and food in Wan Chai, attracting countless visitors.

Recommended shops: Fulinmen, Tandao Coffee and Cake Shop, Taiping Restaurant
Address: Central Bank of the North Shore of Hong Kong Island
Transportation:
You can take the subway Tsuen Wan Line and get off at the E1 exit of Admiralty, and then walk about 1 km to get there;
You can take the KMB / NWFB 112 and get off at Nanyang Hotel Station, then walk about 550 meters to get there;
You can take the KMB / Citybus 103 and get off at Shizhao Royal Road and walk about 380 meters.
Nearby attractions: Hong Kong Park, Victoria Park, Sikh Temple, The Chapel.

Mong Kok

mong kok

Mong Kok is an area with early development in Kowloon. It is also a popular area with the highest amount of passers-by and a hot spot for local Hong Kong people to go shopping. Many shops and restaurants are open all night. The whole district is prosperous and bustling, with a lot of banks and commercial buildings standing there. The stores there have delightful and exquisite layouts. The section of Nathan Road is even more essential. Temple Street stretches from Jordan Road to the Yau Ma Tei Civilization, and at 7 o'clock every night, it turns into a lively night market with bright lights. Hundreds of stalls sell clothing, electrical appliances, watches and other cheap goods here. Since many stalls sell men's clothes, it is also known as Man’s Street. Close to Tianhou Temple, there are fortune-telling divinations and stalls, also with street opera performances nearby. The lively place is therefore called a civilian nightclub.

Recommended shops: Mong Kok Seafood Restaurant, Xin Nan Yuan private kitchen of hot pot chicken, Dimdimsum Dim Sum shop, Urban Bakery.
Address: Yau Tsim Mong District, Kowloon Peninsula
Transportation:
You can take the Citybus 1718 and get off at Dundas Street – Nathan Road Station, then walk about 150 meters to get there;
You can take the subway East Rail Line and get off at Mt. C, Mong Kok, and walk about 1 km to get there.
You can take the KMB / Citybus 117 and get off at the Pitt Street Yau Ma Tei Station, then walk about 250 meters.
Nearby attractions: Banxianzhai Gallery, Cherry Street Park, Diocesan Girls' Chapel

Causeway Bay

causeawy bay

Causeway Bay (because of the easy pronunciation in Cantonese, some Hong Kong people will call the Causeway Bay a Cause Ring and make the three characters sounds flat), is located in the west of the central northern bank of Hong Kong Island and is the main commercial and entertainment venue in Hong Kong. There are many large department stores and large shopping malls in the district, including: Sogo Department Store, Times Square, Lee Stage Plaza and World Trade Center. The shopping district of Causeway Bay is also the area with the most expensive rent in the world.

Recommended shops: Daikiya Japanese Restaurant, Chung So Dessert, Luk Lam Dessert,
Address: Happy Valley, Wan Chai District, Hong Kong Island
Transportation:
You can take the KMB / NWFB 112 and get off at Nanyang Hotel Station, and then walk about 550 meters.
You can take the KMB / NWFB 905 and get off at Wanchai North Main Station and then walk around 1.2 km.
You can take the KMB / NWFB 104 and get off at the Elizabeth House Station, and then walk for about 1.2 km.
Nearby attractions: The Chapel, Victoria Park, Hindu Temple

Tsim Sha Tsui

tism sha tsui

Tsim Sha Tsui (also known as Tsim Sha Zui) is the jewel of Kowloon. During the day, there are numerous tourists in the gourmet restaurants and international boutiques on both sides of Nathan Road. At night, it has the colorful lights from the Avenue of Stars in Victoria Harbour, which makes it the most eye-catching place in Xiang River. In any 24 hours there are wonderful events being performed in turns. Please pay special attention to the fact that there are many special shops hidden in the streets and lanes on both sides of Nathan Road, selling famous local goods and foods, which are worthy of your visit.

Recommended shops: Mui Kee Cookfood Stall , The Alley, Spicy Hot, Da Hong Pao Hot Pot
Address: Yau Tsim Mong District, Kowloon Peninsula
Transportation:
You can take the subway Tsuen Wan Line and get off at Tsim Sha Tsui Station.
You can take the KMB 9, KMB 1, KMB 203S and get off at Cameron Road Station.
Nearby attractions: Kowloon Park, St. Andrew's Hall, Labyrinth, Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade.