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About Hong Kong Island

Hong Kong Island might be the most populace island in Hong Kong, but despite the fact that it holds many of the most important sights in the region there are still many unexplored parts. Being both the financial and administrative centre of Hong Kong today as it was in historic times, yet with both large residential, historic quarters and wide open green spaces the island is a destination in its own right.

From the bars of Wanchai to the shopping at Stanley Market, from the heights of Victoria Peak to the boats in Aberdeen harbour a lot of amazing things are packed into a comparatively small space.


Although well known to both locals and experienced visitors to Hong Kong there are some who are not familiar with the many choices on Hong Kong Island and the great experiences, food and shopping available here. So this site is the definitive FastFacts guide to the Hong Kong Island, giving everything you need to know to enjoy your visit to the Hong Kong Island.

For more information please contact us, or just turn up and enjoy the experience!

This is a WL Media fastfacts site.

Food and dining

From the with everything from street foods in to Michelin Star dining just in the Central business district alone, and with fresh seafood in Aberdeen beside the harbour while Japanese snacks and foods are to be found in Causeway Bay, and of course Dim Sum everywhere, there is no one "Hong Kong island food" as such, but there are certainly highlights and things not to be missed.

Here then are some of those choices, from the well known to the obscure, from 5 star hotels to off the beaten track delights, try some of these then strike out on your own and try something you haven't tried before!

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