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Chungking Mansions
Hong Kong Top 7 in Famous Film Locations

3.9/5
536 Reviews
Modern Architecture
Liked by 11
Open Open 24 hours
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 1-3 hours
Address: 36-44 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong
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Phone: +852-27243813

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Travel to Hong Kong, live in Tsim Sha Tsui, pass by Chongqing Mansion, located at Nathan Road 36-44, Kowloon, completed in 1961, is a hybrid building, with many cheap hotels, shops, restaurants, foreign exchange and other services industries. The building, which is home to people of South Asian origin such as India and Pakistan, and many from different African countries, is a unique international landmark, compared by some to the Kowloon City Village of Hong Kong's ethnic minority. Chongqing Tower was built in 1961, and was a high-end building in its early days, often with British high-ranking officers and Hong Kong's local stars. In the late 1960s, the building became the main place for American officers and soldiers to find prostitutes, influenced by the Vietnam War. The original Chinese families in the 1970s moved out of the building and transferred to new immigrants from the mainland. Now the building is the "Little United Nations", where backpackers are the preferred destination for their stay in Hong Kong, where the film "Chongqing Forest" was filmed.

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Introduction

Located in the busy neighborhood of Tsim Sha Tsui, Chongqing Mansions is a hotel-type building of guest houses. Serving as a kind of global center for a diverse mix of travelers, the establishment is divided into five sections. It is host to a labyrinth of restaurants, food stands, foreign exchange stores, wholesale shops, and retail businesses. In its densely populated urban atmosphere, the district also attracts guest workers, service professionals, traders and business owners looking to purchase a vast variety of merchandise. Due to the place and culture that has grown around Chongqing Mansions, there has been lots of interest by social scientists and anthropologists studying how our modern economies function. Some have called Chongqing the "the center of the world."
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