Hollywood Road is one of Hong Kong's earliest streets, built in 1844 by Royal Engineers. It runs from the west in Sheung Wan before crossing the northern fringes of Central and Soho, and is a fusion of ancient and modern, featuring tasty food outlets everywhere. It's well worth a visit for both foodies and travellers. We invite you to explore this gourmet route with us, making several mouth-watering stops along the way!
Sing Heung Yuen, Mid-Levels Escalator, Kung Lee, PMQ
Take the MTR to Central station. Our tour will start right there.
Places to stop along the way:
Mid-Levels Escalator, Mr Simms Olde Sweet Shoppe, Tai Cheong Bakery, Kung Lee, PMQ, Sing Heung Yuen
Best time to walk:
Hollywood Road is less busy in the morning and evening, but it is a tranquil place in general. The restaurants and the retail outlets open late in the morning and close early at night, so make sure you don’t miss the right time!
Take note of the opening hours of the places we'll stop at:
PMQ: Shops open around 14:00
Mr Simms Olde Sweet Shoppe: Mon-Sun 10:00-20:00
Tai Cheong Bakery: Mon-Sat 07:30-21:00; Sun & Public holidays 08:30-21:00
Sing Heung Yuen: Mon-Sat 08:00-17:30; Sun: Closed
Kung Lei: Mon-Sun 11:00-23:00
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