mongkok is a good place where you can get different kind of food like japanese , sashimi is yummy and fresh .
A trip to Mongkok in April this year was the most interesting part of Hong Kong that I found most interesting. He was different from the bustling and old city in Central. In the evening, there were bustling crowds and a lot of street artists performing. This is the most impressive part of me, because these people seemed to wear different ages, young people and uncles. Mama, however, seemed to have a personality to sing the old songs of the four great kings of Hong Kong at that time, even the age of Principal Tan Guorong, when I saw a well-dressed aunt singing Andy Lau to enjoy herself while dancing and singing without paying attention to the eyes of others passing by her. This is Mongkok in my heart. I rebel against myself without your care.
It has to be said that Mongkok is the most popular place in Hong Kong compared with Tsim Sha Tsui and Causeway Bay. Mongkok is the last stop for our visit to Hong Kong. Although Mongkok is not as busy as Tsim Sha Tsui, all the buildings in Mongkok look old, but Mongkok really knows what to buy and buy. All the people are pulling suitcases, whether they are in Alice Cabin or Sa Sa. There's a long queue for people to check out when they're overcrowded, but I think this is the most authentic Hong Kong.
[Day 1: Living in a busy city] With the arrangement of our old classmates, we went all the way from Fukuda to the hotel by bus and saved a lot of trouble. The hotel is located in Wanchai, with convenient transportation. The downstairs is a bus stop. It passes an undersea tunnel to Tsim Sha Tsui. The Causeway Bay Metro Station and Times Square only need to walk for a few minutes. It is very suitable for people who are not familiar with the place. After settling down, they began to look for food. Streets and alleys crisscross, even Google Baidu can not help Luzhi, had to look for seemingly local people to help, but found that things are not as simple as we imagined. Wait a minute and go on nagging.
HK is a shopping paradise. If you want to come here, you must be prepared for massive bleeding. Of course, if you come here, buy and buy! Be sure to bring your empty suitcase so that you can fill it with trophies for returning home! ___________ Don't just carry your shoulder bag, or periarthritis of shoulder, cervical spondylosis, headache, tinnitus will all fall! You don't need to change a lot of Hong Kong dollars to get here. You just need to take the subway to eat. Many shops are very convenient to brush credit cards, and there are still small concessions for Alipay WeChat payment. Every time I go across to the Victoria Hotel in Mongkok to eat a bowl of fresh shrimp yuntong. It tastes delicious. I don't know if it's too hungry to eat in the tea restaurant. Every time I order a set meal. The set meal is usually accompanied by milk tea or coffee. However, I don't like to drink milk tea or coffee. Next time I want to try drinking milk tea with silk stockings. I hope I don't have insomnia.
Mongkok is located in Yau Tsim Mong District, central Kowloon. Old and new buildings stand in the forest; old residential buildings are mostly shops or restaurants. Bordered by Nathan Road, shopping malls are concentrated in the East and residential areas in the west. Traffic is very fast, there are buses and MTR, and there are special minibuses running all night. Nathan Road is often blocked during holidays. Mongkok has a very high population density, with an average density of 130,000 people per square kilometer. Mongkok, as you know from the Hong Kong movies, seems to always be associated with violence and fighting, where the underworld likes. In fact, the real Mongkok, there is no such feeling. We live in Mongkok. As soon as the subway comes out, a house next to it is a private hotel. The price is like 380 one night. It's pitiful that the room's width is only 1.2 meters, which can fit a bed into it. Then the bathroom is super small, but it's in a good location. It's easier to find it when we get out of the subway. There are many restaurants nearby, some local shops, as well as Cuihua Restaurant, all kinds of electronic equipment stores, coin exchange stores and so on. Mongkok has convenient transportation. Subway and bus ticking cars have stations. You can walk to Yau Ma Tei, Temple Street, Boshoe Street and so on. So you can choose to live here.
Mongkok, located at the northern end of Nathan Road, belongs to the early development area of Kowloon, and is best known for its windbreaks and temples. There are many traces of the past. It is not difficult to find traditional bakeries, shrines, sparrows and other traditional shops in the district. Most of the shops are small businesses. There are some of the oldest streets in Hong Kong. Walking is the best way to explore secrecy. Mongkok is the most crowded area in Hong Kong. It is a popular place for local people to shop. Many shops and restaurants are open all night. The whole area is busy and crowded. There are many banks and commercial buildings in Mongkok. The shop pattern is small and delicate. One section of Nathan Road is the essence. In addition, Mongkok has many distinctive streets, which concentrate on the sale of certain items of special shops. These streets also get the corresponding common names, such as "Boshoe Street" with many sporting goods stores, "Sparrow Street" with exclusive birds, and "Flower Street" with florists and "Women Street" famous for selling cheap clothes and accessories.
Mongkok is located in the middle of Kowloon Peninsula. Old and new buildings stand in the forest; old residential buildings are mostly shops or restaurants. Bordered by Nathan Road, shopping malls are concentrated in the East and residential areas in the west. On holidays, the area east of Nathan Road is often crowded. Walking in the world's most densely populated area, slowly experience the most Hong Kong market side, very tasty.
Last month, my father and I went to Hong Kong, Mong Kok for the first time in my life and I am going to tell you about that.It was a great place for shopping and taking photos. The streets were narrow and there were many people. It was a long street with shopping mall and residential building.In the shopping mall, there were many first-class shops. They were bigger than the same shop in Beijing. The most impressive one was the MUJI shop. It had 3 floors and a big restaurant.(sorry I didn’t take enough pictures but it was really nice!) I had a wonderful meal in the restaurant, it was a little bit expensive but very fresh and healthy! The service was also very nice, the waiter will find a comfortable place for you and show you the menu. I also bought a lot of notebooks and pens. It was also cheaper than that in Beijing! I really enjoyed the travel to Hong Kong and I am looking forward to go there again!PS: You can take a subway from the railway station, it’s cheap and fast. You should wear a pair of comfortable shoes because you may walk for a long time (: