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Where to stay near Canton Road

Exploring Canton Road

The road runs mostly parallel and west to Nathan Road. It starts from the junction with Salisbury Road in the south and ends in the north at the junction with Lai Chi Kok Road in the Prince Edward area. The southern part Canton Road is home to many upscale retail shops, shopping centres and others business establishments, with busy traffic from both vehicles and pedestrians from morning till late night.

Accommodations near Canton Road

Despite being no bigger than 47 square kilometres, Kowloon accommodation forms an impressive collection of choices for any visitor. Options for visitors on a budget include guesthouses and hostels found across various districts. The rooms offered may be small, but are sufficiently equipped and provide a comfortable rest between shopping and eating trips. Those willing to indulge a little can find mid-range and luxury hotels, each providing comfortable rooms, WiFi access and tasty breakfasts. Recommended accommodation include the The Salisbury -YMCA of Hong Kong, The Langham, Hong Kong, and Marco Polo Hongkong Hotel.

Sightseeing near Canton Road

- Nathan Road

Though it may be difficult to tell as you walk through modern stores and tons of neon lights, Nathan Road is the oldest road in Kowloon, with the first section completed in 1861. Today, it's one of the busiest and most popular commercial roads in Hong Kong and is a favorite place for visitors and locals to hang out and explore. Most visitors flock to Nathan Road for the shopping opportunities. Boutiques touting the latest fashions are quite popular as are electronics shops, selling a wide variety of digital cameras, music players and cell phones.

- Kowloon Park

Once the site of a major British military base, Hong Kong's Kowloon Park became a recreational area for residents and visitors in 1970. Kowloon Park is quite expansive, especially for Hong Kong, where space to spread out is often a problem. The park covers about 33 acres (13.47 hectares) and offers tons of fun for young and old alike. It's covered with lots of grass and trees, features beautiful gardens, boasts plenty of paved sidewalks for walking or Kowloon Park jogging, and there's a large piazza for concerts or other special events.

Transportation near Canton Road

The cheapest way to get in is by riding the ferry from Wan Chai or Central, which is actually an attraction by itself, providing visitors with access to a colourful view of the city lights, especially at night. The Airport Express train is a good choice since it takes visitors to Kowloon MTR station in just 20 minutes. Another alternative is the bus service, which connects the airport terminals to Kowloon, as well as some hotels and areas like Tsim Sha Tsui and Mong Kok.