Space in Hong Kong is luxurious, so does the rent level. Owing to the high coverage of hills and mountains over the region, local flats are often small and compact. High-storey buildings in big estate with management facilities are one of the most common residences in Hong Kong. Expatriates, however, who are used to scenery and spaces, may prefer districts with lower density with quick access to business and financial districts like Central or Causeway Bay.
Hong Kong Gold Coast is a prestigious high-end large residential estate, built along the coastline of Castle Peak Bay. The living environment is peaceful and pleasant. Most units have excellent sea views of Castle Peak Bay and the Typhoon Shelter. Nice beaches such as the Cafeteria Old Beach and Cafeteria New Beach are located here. The building's exterior is attractive and is reminiscent of the European style. Recreational facilities are adequate. The utilization rate is as high as 80%. It is easily accessible to and from Hong Kong International Airport at Chek Lap Kok, Central district and other downtown areas.
A luxurious residential area. With close proximity to Causeway Bay, driving time to Central district needs less than 15 minutes. The Happy Valley Racecourse nearby has a capacity of 54,000 people and it is crowded with tens of thousands of people on racing day. Many fine eateries can be found along Wong Nai Chung Road.
There are both high-rise, low-rise extravagant development and spacious detached houses. Most of them enjoy spectacular harbour view. Driving time to Central district needs less than 15 minutes.
Strategically located in the hub of the Kowloon Corridor and adjacent to the West Kowloon Expressway, going east, west, north or south is so easy at Olympian City. Access to Central is just five minutes away, by the extensive road network system or MTR. Access to the world is just as easy, the MTR links to the Airport Express Line.
The new West Rail Station will be located nearby and will bring people from the West Kowloon and New Territories.
The traditional retail and entertainment areas of Tsim Sha Tsui and Mongkok are minutes away. The major bus interchange supports 30 routes to all parts of Hong Kong and minibuses ply the local road networks around the primary target zone of Mongkok and Tsim Sha Tsui.
The shopping centre will be supported by ample car parking, well designed and lit, for safety and security with direct travellator access for shoppers' convenience.
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You can enjoy a seafood feast here. Simply pick your favorite seafood from the tanks at the restaurant and let the chefs do the rest. Freshness is guaranteed and all you need is a good appetite.
Situated halfway up the mountain towards the west end and between the Peak and Central. Mid-levels is unique in its key location and breathtaking sea view. Its close proximity to Central provides excellent access for business and shopping. The Mid-Level Escalator also provides extra convenient access to Central district.
East of Causeway Bay, North Point is mainly a residential area. The region left to King's Road is a habitat for many Japanese expatriates. Development here are mostly high-rise estates with spacious apartments. The nearby Braemar Hill has other upscale residence with exquisite environment and greenery. Connection to other commercial cities is very convenient too.
Buildings here capture superb views of Repulse Bay and South Bay. With close proximity to beaches and restaurants nearby, development here enjoy easy access to shopping and businesses. Driving time to Central district requires less than 30 minutes.
One of the most popular beaches in Hong Kong. The large, sandy beach has been extended recently. Both high-rise apartments and low-rise townhouses offer magnificent sea view. On the south coast of Hong Kong Island, driving time to Central district requires less than 30 minutes.
Sai Kung is a low-density recreational and residential area. Lots of greenery, plus excellent scenery in this region. Buildings here are low-rise. Most of them are villas, apartments and townhouses. In the eastern part of the New Territories, it is well connected to the Kowloon Peninsula and Sha Tin via public transports.
A tranquil and very expensive residential area. From the coastline on the south side, there is lush greenery. Buildings are mainly low rises or modern townhouses. Close to Deepwater Bay and the Royal Hong Kong Golf Club.
Stanley Peninsula used to be an old fishing village. Today, it is a major tourist attraction. Nearby are Stanley Beach, St. Stephen's Church, Stanley Military Cemetery, as well as the open market. Development here are luxurious. Many fine restaurants can also be found here. Driving time to Central district takes about 30 minutes.
Located on the East of Hong Kong Island, Taikoo offers convenient transportation network to both Central district and the Kowloon Peninsula through the Eastern Corridor. Inside are several major residential estates in town. Many expatriates live in this region.
A luxurious residential area. Leading from Causeway Bay to Jardine's Lookout, access to business and shopping is excellent. Driving time to Central district needs less than 15 minutes. The Hong Kong Stadium nearby has a capacity of 40,000 people and had held a number of international football matches.
A very prestigious residential area in Hong Kong. Buildings here are mainly low-rise townhouses and detached houses. Nearby is Turtle Cove Beach. Scenery here is excellent and affluent.
Tsim Sha Tsui
The Victoria Peak provides magnificent harbour and city views. At sunset, the dazzling panorama of Hong Kong Island, the harbour, and the Kowloon Peninsula can all be captured. Residences here are typically spacious detached homes, townhouses or low-rise colonial style flats. The Peak Tram connects it to Central district in about 15 minutes.
Directly east of Central, Wan Chai has many bars, clubs, and dance halls. The nightlife here attracts visits of many affluent professionals after work every day. Nearby is the magnificent Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre, at where the ceremony of hand-over of Hong Kong's sovereignty took place. Many expatriates live in this region.
Discovery Bay is the largest outlying island in Hong Kong. As one of the largest resort-style residential developments, it epitomizes the exquisite living style in Hong Kong. Perfectly framed by mountains and surrounded by the beautiful South China Sea, the development covers a total area of 649 hectares. It is carefully preserved for recreation, open space, and resort living purposes which form your perfect residence.