Teeming with lavish restaurants, grand shopping malls, exotic street arts and many other exciting adventures, a roundtrip to Mongkok is all you need to tick off your bucket list. Here is a guide on what you can anticipate during a visit to this bustling city.
Ming court is hands down one of the most romantic restaurants in Mongkok. Serving an array of authentic Cantonese delicacies, the cuisine at this Michelin-star eatery is certainly a chef’s kiss. At Ming Court, you and your other half can cherry-pick between the restaurant’s famous Degustation menu, along with its other specialties like wagyu beef, pork, prawns, and char siew.
Mongkok’s Wall of Fame
A walk along the narrow Argyle street will lead you to an eccentric place in Hong Kong. True to its name, Mongkok’s hall of fame is an ideal place for you to appreciate the beauty and creativity of amazing street art and graffiti painted on walls. With bright colours and liveliness enveloping you, you will cover these two blocks of wall art without even realizing the time passing by.
A trip to Mongkok is not complete without stopping by the road to try some finger-licking good street food. Stop by one of the street side food stalls and you will be in a food coma in no time choosing between a variety of Chinese and Cantonese delicacies not to mention minced fish stuffed eggplants and tofu.
Langham Place Shopping Mall
Stationed in the Kowloon, Langham shopping Mall is a 15 stories luxury shopping mall frequented by visitors to Mong Kong. Sheltering an array of luxury shopping brands and fine dining restaurants, this one-of-a-kind shopping mall promises all shopaholics a divine shopping spree, unfound elsewhere. Consider spending your vacation at a charming Mongkok hotel the likes of Dorsett Mongkok and this plush shopping mall and other Michelin star restaurants, convenience stores and authentic bakeries will be in your neighbourhood.