Causeway Bay & Tin Hau
Causeway Bay borders the Eastern & Wan Chai districts and is a heavily built-up area of Hong Kong island, renowned as a shopping mecca with retail rents in the core being ranked as the highest in the world.
For many years, Jardine Matheson has fired a cannon shot at noon every day by Victoria Harbour. The gunshots have served as time signals for many generations of old inhabitants of Hong Kong and this tradition continues till today.
Causeway Bay also has many midrise apartment blocks that cater mainly for the local community. Apartments are usually un-renovated of about 800sq.ft and up. Some of the units at the harbour’s edge have wonderful night views of the harbor lights.
Tin Hau is located between Causeway Bay and North Point in the eastern part of Hong Kong island. It is a medium density area with good access to parks and greenery as well as to public transport, shops and restaurants. There are both local and international schools in this area which has taken its name from the Tin Tau Temple which was built in the early 18th century by the Hakka people, dedicated to Tin Hau, goddess of the sea.
Causeway Bay is one of Hong Kong's major shopping districts. It includes the 13-storey Japanese department store Sogo and the fashionable Times Square, both of which are large shopping complexes. There are also smaller malls such as the World Trade Centre, Windsor House, Hang Lung Centre, Fashion Island, Fashion Walk, Lee Gardens One and Lee Gardens Two.
Causeway Bay is one of the most crowded areas in Hong Kong since it contains many trendy shops carrying both locally made fashion and products from Japan, Europe and the United States. As such, it is a popular social spot for young people. Many shops are open until well after midnight. As well as the shops, Causeway Bay also has branches of most of the main banks and this area also has many great restaurants and bars, however, many of them are above street level (needed for the shops!) on higher floors in the tower blocks.
There is also the large IKEA store which most new arrivals find useful. Notable hotels in Causeway Bay include The Exelsior and Regal Hong Kong Hotel. Modern service apartments such as Jia have opened in the past few years.
There are no international schools in Causeway Bay, however, two renowned local schools do offer English-speaking tuition. They are the Sir Ellis Kadoorie Primary ? International and St. Pauls Convent School - Primary & Secondary.
Causeway Bay is well known for Victoria Park which hosts a variety of festivals each year. Thousands flock to the famous Chinese New Year Flower Market to buy traditional greenery, flowers and peach blossom for their homes and offices. The park also has a large public swimming pool and a fantastic jogging trail. Just across the road from Victoria Park is Hong Kong Central Library, the main library of Hong Kong, which is home to 2.3 million items.
Transport to and from Causeway Bay is extremely convenient with the Island line MTR and many bus routes to take you to other areas. Taxis are easy to get if you line up at the major hotels such as the Excelsior or Park Lane Hotels or even at Times Square.
Shopping mecca of Hong Kong
Plenty of serviced apartments
Close to hospitals
Close to Hong Kong’s biggest park
Convenient: accessible by MTR
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Popular Properties in Causeway Bay & Tin Hau
|NAME||LOCATION||SIZE (SQ. SF.)|
|118 Tung Lo Wan Road||118 Tung Lo Wan Road|
|164-166 Tung Lo Wan Road||164-166 Tung Lo Wan Road||260 - 607|
|310-312 Hennessy Road||Causeway Bay||369 - 445|
|35-37 Yiu Wa Street||35-37 Yiu Wa Street||388 - 464|
|41-43 Jardine's Bazaar||41-43 Jardine's Bazaar|
|454 Hennessy Road||454 Hennessy Road|
|50-58 Tung Lo Wan Road||50-58 Tung Lo Wan Road||308 - 418|
|54-60 Percival Street||54-60 Percival Street||334 - 474|
|55-57 King's Road|
|6-8 Kai Chiu Road||6-8 Kai Chiu Road|
|60-62 Electric Road||60-62 Electric Road||622 - 679|
|Apartment O - Causeway Bay||5 Hoi Ping Road||238 - 1500|
|Aroma Court||17 Tin Hau Temple Road|
|Bay View Mansion||13-33 Moreton Terrace||501 - 2079|
|Bright Star Mansion||95-97 Leighton Road||423 - 733|
|Capitol Building||37-39 Jardine's Bazaar|
|Caroline Garden||101 Caroline Hill Road||752 - 1598|
|Caroline Hill Court||3-15A Caroline Hill Road||449 - 572|
|Cathay Mansion||3-17 Tung Lo Wan Road||490 - 772|
|Causeway Bay Mansion||42-48 Paterson Street||848 - 1112|
|Causeway Tower||16-22 Causeway Road||406 - 411|
|Chee On Building||24 East Point Road||465 - 555|
|Chesterfield Mansion||11 Kingston Street||759 - 1330|
|Chuang's On The Park||162 Tung Lo Wan Road||413 - 623|
|Clarke Mansion||9 Kingston Street||759 - 1330|
|Cleveland Mansion||5-7 Cleveland Street||1019 - 1206|
|Como Como Causeway Bay||21-27 Percival Street|
|Diamond Mansion||462-468 Lockhart Road||327 - 640|
|Dragon Centre||21&25 Wun Sha Street||286 - 618|
|East South Building||475-481 Hennessy Road||265 - 820|
|Elizabeth House||250-254 Gloucestor Road||536 - 906|
|Empire Court||2-4 Hysan Avenue||502 - 888|
|Fairview Mansion- Causeway Bay||51 Paterson Street||904 - 1255|
|Grand View House||1-1B Moreton Terrace||485 - 620|
|Great George Building||27 Paterson Street||508 - 1190|
|Greenfield Mansion||8 Kingston Street||1230 - 1334|
|H & S Building||36 Leighton Road||572 - 1114|
|Hacienda||88-94 Tin Hau Temple Road||741 - 1109|
|Hamilton Mansion||1-3 Cleveland Street||1238 - 1268|
|Haywood Mansion||57 Paterson Street||1015 - 1204|
|Hennessy Apartment||48-52 Percival Street||414 - 705|
|Highland Mansion||8 Cleveland Street||860 - 1355|
|Hin Wah Building||446-450 Hennessy Road|
|Hing Hon Building- Causeway Bay||26-36 King's Road||334 - 943|
|Hoi Deen Court||276-279 Gloucester Road||450 - 790|
|Hoi Kung Court||264-269 Gloucester road||526 - 789|
|Hoi To Court||271-275 Gloucester Road||420 - 976|
|Hong Kong Mansion||1 Yee Wo Street||370 - 827|
|Hyde Park Mansion||53 Paterson Street||600 - 1248|
|Jones Hive||8 Jones Street||328 - 558|
|Kailey Court||67-71 King's Road||333 - 356|
|Kam Tao Building||4 Whitfield Road||504 - 732|
|Kin Wah House||176-178 Tung Lo Wan Road||223 - 315|
|King Fai Court||19-21 Tin Hau Temple Road|
|Kingston Building||2-4 Kingston Street||396 - 901|
|Kui Lee Building||9-11 Mercury Street|
|NAME||LOCATION||SIZE (SQ. SF.)|
|Kwong On Building||8-14 Yee Wo Street||290 - 684|
|Lai Yuen Building||59-61 Russell Street||270 - 764|
|Lanson Place||133 Leighton Road|
|Lee Fat Building||30-36 Jardine's Crescent||217 - 284|
|Lee Gardens Apartments||25 Lan Fong Road||330 - 576|
|Lily Court - Lily Street||2-8 Lily Street||357 - 368|
|Lok Sing Centre||19-31 Yee Wo Street||343 - 390|
|Lunar Building||28-30 Leighton Road||573 - 1033|
|Malahon Apartments||501-515 Jaffe Road||282 - 400|
|Man Hoi Building||98-100 Electric Road||313 - 349|
|Marco Polo Mansion||10 Cleveland Street||860 - 1277|
|Miami Mansion- Causeway Bay||13-15 Cleveland Street||1008 - 1263|
|Ming Sun Building||1-7 Lily Street||457 - 835|
|New Town Mansion||6 Cleveland Street||860 - 1284|
|Pak Tak Building||51-53 Jardine's Bazaar|
|Park Haven||38 Haven Street||377 - 609|
|Paterson Building||37 Paterson Street||411 - 1139|
|Pearl City Mansion||22-36 Patterson Street||538 - 741|
|Po Foo Building||84-96 Percival Street||327 - 694|
|Po Hon Building||24-30 Percival Street||399 - 522|
|Po Ming Building||49-57 Lee Garden Road|
|Po Wing Building||61-73 Lee Garden Road||304 - 552|
|Prospect Mansion||66-72 Paterson Street|
|Rita House||123-125 Leighton Road||219 - 584|
|Riviera Mansion-Causeway Bay||59-65 Paterson street||877 - 1244|
|Sik King House||9 Moreton Terrace||1441 - 1821|
|Silverwood||109 Caroline Hill Road||341 - 1045|
|Skyscraper||132-142 Tin Hau Temple Road|
|Starlight House||32-34A Leighton Road||607 - 1018|
|Sun Fat Mansion||140-146A Tung Lo Wan Road||294 - 475|
|Sun Ho Court||29-31 Tung Lo Wan Road|
|Sung Lan Mansion||37 Leighton Road||525 - 940|
|Sze Hai Building||12-13 Shepherd Street||436 - 540|
|Tang Fai Building||36-48 Tang Lung Street||406 - 628|
|Thai Kong Building||482 Hennessy Road|
|The First Mansion||78 Tung Lo Wan Road||322 - 322|
|The Grandeur||47 Jardine's Bazaar||394 - 412|
|The Mercury Serviced Apartments||23 Mercury Street||411 - 898|
|The Pavilia Hill||18A Tin Hau Temple Road|
|The Warren||9 Warren Street||382 - 612|
|Towning Mansion||50-56 Paterson Street||848 - 1112|
|V Causeway Bay- Tung Lo Wan Road||25 Tung Lo Wan Road||900 - 1800|
|V Causeway Bay- Yee Wo Street||9 Yee Wo Street||230 - 1600|
|Vancouver Mansion||6 Kingston Street||1101 - 1169|
|Victoria Court||50-56 Hing Fat Street||1035 - 1592|
|Victoria Park Mansion||15 Kingston Street||901 - 1220|
|Vienna Mansion||55 Paterson Street||600 - 1255|
|Villa D'Arte||55 Wun Sha Street||418 - 450|
|Vincent Mansion - Causeway Bay||18-20 Mercury Street|
|Wah Ying Building-Causeway Bay||14-20 Shelter Street||361 - 538|
|Waldorf Mansion||2-6A Causeway Road||672 - 1173|
|Welcome Mansion||58-64 Paterson Street||848 - 1112|
|Well-Found building||488 Jaffe Road|
|Yee On Building - East Point Road||26 East Point Road||465 - 555|
|Yee Wah Mansion||38-40A Yee Wo Street||230 - 572|
|Yoo Residence||33 Tung Lo Wan Road||334 - 1397|
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