This is not an area for the casual tourist. It's full of characterless office blocks and some incredibly ugly and congested residential areas. You're not missing much if you skip this area.
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Terrible urban planning. Massive office blocks opened near the ferry pier causing the biggest jams ever in Kwun Tong. Tail backs affecting all areas. If you wish to visit, take the MTR. Avoid buses and taxis. Industry sufferring because of the jams.
I like going to market places and Kwun Tong Market has lots and lots to see and buy. Maybe this is due to the many housing estates around there. Stalls selling roast goose, roast pork, pigeon, etc offer plenty of choices at low prices. We...More
I happen to have a relative living in Kwun Tong and I went to visit her when I was in Hong Kong. Nothing interesting in Kwun Tong for tourists. There is this big shopping mall APM which is suppose to operate 24 hours but it...More
Once a vibrant manufacturing district but now an area clustered with grade A, B and C office buildings and former factory buildings that have been converted to warehouses. The Yue Man Square area has been demolished with re-generation works ongoing. If Hong Kong was a...More
It was out first time going here. We followed directions from a post online. It led us to this alley of shops tucked away in one of the busy streets along this industrial area. Don't go there expecting to come out with bags and bags...More
Formerly an industrial district, Kwun Tong now accommodates shoppers with one of the biggest shopping malls in East Kowloon, well-connected by MTR and buses. I prefer treasure hunting in industrial centres for fashion, handbags and shoes outlets. Look for Japanese-style banners outside the MTR exit...More
Interesting time taking 3D photos with friends, place is cozy and totally not crowded. Situated near the subway station, easy to find. May visit the shopping mall beside the factory building after the fun time. Recommended for friends, families, lovers. Low price yet lots of...More