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This vibrant area is where locals of various nationalities and culture swarm the streets to experience the many restaurants, shops and karaoke bars. At night, also visit Temple Street Market. Although this market used to sell mainly menswear, nowadays you can find a variety of items. In addition to shopping, this area also serves as a form of entertainment. You will often find fortune tellers as well as traditional Cantonese opera singers.

Accommodation near Jordan

The accommodation scene here is very diverse and even on the Hong Kong islands, hotels are easily available for comfortable stays. The range of accommodations include budget hostels and luxurious 5 star hotels, catering to all preferences. Recommended accommodation include the Eaton, Hong Kong, Novotel Nathan Road Kowloon Hong Kong and Madera Hong Kong.

Sightseeing near Jordan

Kowloon Walled City Park sits on the very site of the former Kowloon Walled City, remembered today as a place of crime. n 1841, when Hong Kong Island was ceded to Britain, Kowloon Walled City was already a garrison and was reinforced by the Chinese Government. The fort’s fate changed in 1898 when the New Territories were leased to Britain for 99 years.

Although the walled city remained Chinese territory by treaty, the following year their troops and officials were forced to vacate. In 1987, with the agreement of China, the colonial government finally took control of the no-go area, resettled its inhabitants, and replaced the slum with a park. Today, the Chinese-style park preserves traces of the walled city, most notably its yamen, the imperial government administrative building. The Jiangnan garden–style of the park also offers visitors a chance to appreciate the beauty of nature in a place where the darker side of human nature once flourished.

Transportation near Jordan

If you’re coming in by air, Hong Kong International Airport is the main gateway. The airport is well equipped and provides shopping opportunities within its two terminals. The Airport Express train is probably the most efficient way of getting into the city from the airport, with stops in Tsing Yi and Kowloon. The ride is only slightly above 20 minutes. If you’re coming in from Macau, then there are ferry services every 5 to 30 minutes, 24 hours a day.

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