What’s Around


WiFi Street
10 Minute’s walk
Experience free WiFi with a thousand people on the first Wifi Street in Hong Kong! The Street launched on January 24, 2016, stretching from Wai Fung Plaza to Hollywood Plaza.
Tung Choi Street “Ladies’ Market”
5 Minute’s walk
Over a 1km stretch, browse 100 stalls of clothing accessories and souvenirs at Mongkok’s Ladies’ Market. World renowned for bargain prices and exciting shopping finds, this market offers an authentic Hong Kong shopping experience.
15 Minute’s walk
A seven-level retail complex, this shopping mall includes a leisure area with 8-plex cinemas, a themed food court and countless trendy clothing stores.
Langham Place
15 Minute’s walk
A 15-storey shopping landmark, Langham Place offers visitors exclusive brand name boutiques, mouth-watering dining options and multiple cinemas for a complete day of excitement.
Fa Yuen Street “Sneakers Street”
10 Minute’s walk
A world renowned destination filled with sport shoe and sportswear stores, Fa Yuen Street is where local Hong Kongers have come to find new and limited edition sport shoe and athletic wear designs since the 1980s.
Sai Yeung Choi Street “Electronics Street”
10 Minute’s walk
A go-to destination for gadgets and phones, Sai Yeung Choi Street is where you can find the latest and greatest in electronic devices.


Temple Street Night Market
20 Minute’s walk
With an exciting bevy of street vendors, outdoor acts and fortune tellers, this market is world famous for its variety of goods that range from casual clothing and watches to accessories. This is also the go-to destination for traditional Chinese jade, this destination offers every variety shade, shape, and quality of the stone that represents wealth, power and good fortune.
Flower Market
15 Minute’s walk
Vibrant, colourful and fragrant, the Flower Market offers a beautiful array of exotic and traditional flowers at excellent prices.
Aquariums Market
10 Minute’s walk
A short walk from Stanford Hotel, this market features a stunning array of exotic fish and amphibians.


The 46th Hong Kong Arts Festival
‘A Fragile Planet’ by Keith Ladzinski
The 42nd Hong Kong International Film Festival
Taste of Hong Kong 2018
Hong Kong Sevens 2018