Both areas are more fascinating, but less shiny when compared to the Tsim Sha Tsui’s bling. This doesn’t mean there is no place for shopping, on the contrary, these areas are full of interesting markets where you can buy flowers, clothing, jade, goldfish, etc. It is a lot cheaper than in the Tsim Sha Tsui area including accommodation, especially hotel rooms. Another interesting thing about the area is that the entire district is every photographer’s dream where they can have a glimpse and photograph how the city has been like decades ago. It’s something you need to see to believe.
- Cordis, Hong Kong - Hotel Stage - Hotel Madera Hong Kong
Regardless of your budget, these are the best areas to stay if you're planning a Hong Kong itinerary.
Each of the areas that we mentioned above has its pros and cons, but since Hong Kong is the city that has great public transportation, it almost doesn’t matter where you stay as you’ll be able to visit each part of the city easily. Have a nice short break in Hong Kong!