Taikoo Shing & Quarry Bay

Quarry Bay is the area below Mount Parker in the Eastern district of Hong Kong Island. It was originally a bay where quarried rocks were transported by sea, but is now filled in by land reclamation.

The Eastern part was largely owned by Swire, so many parts and facilities are given its Chinese name 'Taikoo'.

Originally there was Taikoo dockyard and Taikoo sugar factory but now these have given way to the huge residential / commercial developments of Taikoo Shing, Cityplaza and the modern commercial glass towers of Taikoo Place. Tong Chong Street is now home to lots of new restaurants and on some Sundays there is a lively Farmers’ Market.



Residential Blocks

The two largest residential developments in the area are Kornhill and Taikoo Shing. The many towers of Taikoo Shing are situated around the different phases of Cityplaza shopping mall. This is a large shopping complex containing many international stores, restaurants and an ice rink. Other modern estates are the Floridian and the Orchards.

Schools

The main international school in the district is Delia School of Canada with both primary and secondary departments. It is located in the heart of Taikoo Shing.



Facilities

Other facilities in the neighbourhood are Quarry Bay Park containing a tennis court, football park, basketball pitch, cycling track, tai chi garden, children's playground and seafront promenade. There is also a sports centre and a public library. There are two luxury hotels in the area - Hotel East in Taikoo Shing and Harbour Plaza.

Transportation

There is excellent public transport to the area. Both Quarry Bay and Taikoo Shing have MTR stations, Quarry Bay being on both island line and Tseung Kwan O line and Taikoo Shing on the Island line. The tram between Kennedy Town and Shau Kee Wan runs through the district tram. First Bus, Citybus and KMB (cross harbour only) all have routes in the area. Bus numbers : 2, 2A, 529, 606, 720, 722, 77, 81, 82, 85, 99, 102, 106, 110 & 802. Minibuses include: 18, 32, 32A & 33.



KEY CHARACTERISTICS:

Home to East Hotel and Harbour Plaza North Point



Served by Taikoo and Quarry Bay MTR stations



Delia School of Canada primary and secondary schools



Facilities for football, cycling, children’s playground



Served by numerous buses and minibuses



Property for Rent in Taikoo Shing & Quarry Bay

Displaying 1 - 10 of 83 results
Taikoo Shing
Taikoo Shing

Ref#: 139344

  3 Bedrooms
  1 Bathroom
Updated on: 12-Aug-2022
Rental:
HK$23,000
For rent
HK$23,000
SA: 572
SA 572 GA: 676
GA 676
Taikoo Shing
Taikoo Shing

Ref#: 139343

  3 Bedrooms
  1 Bathroom
Updated on: 12-Aug-2022
Sale:
HK$13,000,000
Rental:
HK$28,000
For sale
HK$13,000,000 For rent
HK$28,000
SA: 701
SA 701 GA: 800
GA 800
Taikoo Shing
Taikoo Shing

Ref#: 139319

  3 Bedrooms
  2 Bathrooms
Updated on: 11-Aug-2022
Rental:
HK$22,000
For rent
HK$22,000
SA: 712
SA 712 GA: 800
GA 800
Taikoo Shing
Taikoo Shing

Ref#: 139318

  2 Bedrooms
  1 Bathroom
Updated on: 11-Aug-2022
Rental:
HK$24,000
For rent
HK$24,000
SA: 593
SA 593 GA: 691
GA 691
Mount Parker Lodge
Quarry Bay

Ref#: 139281

  3 Bedrooms
  1 Bathroom
Updated on: 10-Aug-2022
Rental:
HK$19,000
For rent
HK$19,000
SA: 560
SA 560 GA: 681
GA 681
Taikoo Shing
Taikoo Shing

Ref#: 139280

  2 Bedrooms
  1 Bathroom
Updated on: 10-Aug-2022
Rental:
HK$21,000
For rent
HK$21,000
SA: 583
SA 583 GA: 678
GA 678
Taikoo Shing
Taikoo Shing

Ref#: 139234

  1 Bedroom
  1 Bathroom
Updated on: 08-Aug-2022
Rental:
HK$26,000
For rent
HK$26,000
SA: 530
SA 530 GA: 628
GA 628
Taikoo Shing
Taikoo Shing

Ref#: 139218

  2 Bedrooms
  1 Bathroom
Updated on: 09-Aug-2022
Rental:
HK$25,000
For rent
HK$25,000
SA: 580
SA 580 GA: 675
GA 675
Taikoo Shing
Taikoo Shing

Ref#: 139217

  3 Bedrooms
  2 Bathrooms
Updated on: 06-Aug-2022
Rental:
HK$38,000
For rent
HK$38,000
SA: 922
SA 922 GA: 1,029
GA 1,029
Nan Fung Sun Chuen
Quarry Bay

Ref#: 139172

  2 Bedrooms
  1 Bathroom
Updated on: 03-Aug-2022
Rental:
HK$17,000
For rent
HK$17,000
SA: 391
SA 391 GA: 474
GA 474

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