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What you should know about Hung Hom

Hung Hom is the ideal destination if you’re looking for a more relaxed, less-touristy part of Hong Kong. As one of the oldest areas of the city, it’s a neighborhood with tons of character. And because it’s mainly residential, it’s much quieter. Even with this in mind, there’s plenty to see and do. There’s a myriad of different malls to explore, making it a shopper’s paradise. It also puts you in a perfect position to discover the rest of Hong Kong, especially neighboring Kowloon City.

Hotels in Hung Hom


There is a wide variety of accommodation in Hung Hom, so whether you’re looking for affordable prices or upscale lodgings, you’re bound to find it here. Harbour Grand Kowloon is a 5-star Hung Hom hotel that’s perfect if you’re looking for luxury. It has a rooftop pool with stunning views, and a choice of five restaurants. Hotel sáv features a stylish, modern interior, and is one of the best 4-star hotels in Hung Hom. The fitness center is great for a workout, or you can relax with a drink in the hotel bar. For a superb and affordable hotel in Hung Hom, try the Bridal Tea House Hotel.

Things to see in Hung Hom


If you’re staying in Hong Kong, then a visit to a temple (or several) is a must. One of the best in Hung Hom is the Kwun Yum Temple, and it’s certainly worth a visit. It was built in 1873 and is dedicated to the Goddess of Mercy. Walking around this beautiful building, with the smell of incense hanging in the air, is a magical experience. Best of all, it is less well-known to tourists, and so much less crowded. Kowloon Bay is another fantastic place to visit in the neighborhood. The views of Hong Kong’s skyline across the water are spectacular, especially after the sun has set. You’ll also find there’s a great mall in the bay area, The Grand Waterfront Plaza. For some evening entertainment, you can check out one of the many concerts and events that take place at the Hong Kong Coliseum.

Good for solo travelers


The Hung Hom neighborhood is ideal for solo travelers who are looking for a quieter area to enjoy some time alone. There are many great parks to enjoy a stroll, such as Hoi Sham Park. Its pavilion provides the perfect point to look at the incredible skyline from across Kowloon Bay. For some retail therapy there are lots of great malls to choose from, such as Wonderful Worlds of Whampoa, which boasts over 300 shops. There’s a large population of Japanese people living in Hung Hom, so why not try a Japanese restaurant, such as Robatayaki, known for its delicious sashimi.

How to get to Hung Hom


When traveling from the United States, you can take a non-stop flight to Hong Kong International Airport from various cities, including New York and San Francisco. From here, the fastest way to get to your Hung Hom Hotel is by car, which takes just over 30 minutes. Another option is to take the A22 bus to Park Kung Street Hung Hom, which takes around 45 minutes. Alternatively, you can go by train. The Airport Express goes to Kowloon Station, where you can change to the West Rail Line to get to Hung Hom Station (an hour in total).

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