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Hong Kong is one of the most cosmopolitan cities in Asia, and each of its neighbourhoods contributes to this rich mosaic. Kowloon is filled with dai pai dongs , cha chaan tengs and traditional seafood and Chinese medicine shops, and also offers easy access to mainland China via Shenzhen.
From the soaring skyline of Central to the bustling markets of Mong Kok, these are the corners of Hong Kong every traveller should seek out and explore. If suits own Central, then hipsters control Sheung Wan. Home to more than bars, Lan Kwai Fong has a venue for everyone. On the way back down, make sure to stop off in one of the many boutiques, bars and bistros that line the escalator route. Wan Chai used to be infamous for its red-light district, but the sleaze and smut has made way for stylish hotels and cultural centres. Just east of Wan Chai sits Causeway Bay — an area teeming with department stores — and to the south is Happy Valley, home to one of the most famous horse-racing tracks on the planet.
Tsim Sha Tsui is one stop that every visitor should add to their Hong Kong itinerary. This neighbourhood has a veritable smorgasbord of upmarket dining options: visitors can choose from Michelin-star fine dining, traditional Cantonese cuisine and international fare from pretty much everywhere around the world. Stroll through the serene Kowloon Park to reach Jordan, a winding web of busy markets, alleyways and street stalls. By day, travellers should explore the historic Tin Hau Temple — where fishermen flock to worship the Goddess of the Sea and pray for their protection at sea — and by night, bargain hunters can head to Temple Street Night Market to test their haggling skills.
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