Published 29 March 2018 Category: Compass Tips

Compass Offices’ Guide to Causeway Bay

Causeway Bay is a vibrant entertainment and commercial neighbourhood of Hong Kong. Although it is known as the shopping district of Hong Kong, there is much more to explore. Whether you’ve just moved to Hong Kong, or in Hong Kong for a business trip, we hope this guide will help you discover the best that Causeway Bay has to offer.
 

Transportation

Causeway Bay MTR Station Located on the eastern end of the island line, the Causeway Bay MTR is only 2 stops away from Admiralty, a major interchange station.
  
Tram – Ride the tram for only $2.30 HKD, and you can travel across Hong Kong island. The tram passes right through the heart of Causeway Bay and is perfect for those who want to experience a slower mode of transportation and take in the buzzing area.

Buses – From mini buses to double decker buses, you will find buses from Causeway Bay that will take you to Kowloon, New Territories and beyond.
 

Where to Eat

You won’t find a shortage of restaurants in Causeway Bay. From Michelin stared restaurant to casual dining, here are some of our favourites restaurants and areas to visit with a plethora of restaurant options.

Food Street at Fashion Walk - Tucked away from the busy neighbourhood of Causeway Bay, this quaint street is filled with a variety of restaurants ranging from Thai to French to Vietnamese. Many restaurants also have outdoor seating, perfect for people watching.

Times Square – The Food Forum at Times Square hosts 3 floors of restaurants, from Cantonese to Japanese to American cuisine. Located at the centre of Causeway Bay, you’ll find a restaurant that will satisfy your taste buds.

Din Tai Fung – Located in the lobby of our Causeway Bay business centre, this famous Taiwanese Michelin star restaurant has the best xiao long bao (steamed dumplings).    

Pret A Manger – This international sandwich shop is conveniently located in the Causeway Bay MTR station, perfect for a grabbing a quick bite when you’re on the go. Or if you prefer to sit down, a larger Pret A Manger with seating is available at the Lee Gardens Two.
 

Shopping

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From designer brands to affordable goods, Causeway Bay is the mecca for shopping in Hong Kong. With malls directly accessible via the MTR station, you can shop till you drop.

Sogo - This large department store specializing in Japanese brands, is the one stop shop for everything you need. With 18 floors of mid to high-end stores offering clothing, cosmetics and homeware, you can spend the whole day shopping here.

Times Square – With 16 floors of shopping, you’ll find over 230 international brands ranging from mid-priced to luxury as well as electronics stores and sporting goods. Additionally, City Super, an international grocery store is located in the basement.

Jardine’s Bazaar – Just steps away from the large malls listed above, this outdoor street market has affordable essentials ranging from clothing to accessories to household items. While it is smaller in comparison to some of the other markets catered towards tourists, Jardine’s Bazaar is more local.
 

What to Do

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From fast paced activities to relaxing ones, there are plenty of things to do in Causeway Bay. Here are some ideas of what to do in Causeway Bay.

Happy Valley Racecourse - An experience like no other, is a Wednesday night at the Happy Valley racecourse. With a buzzing atmosphere and the excitement of watching the horses compete, this is a must-do when in Hong Kong.

Victoria Park – As Hong Kong’s largest public park, take a stroll here to take a break from the hectic city life. With public facilities such as a running track, swimming pool and tennis courts, you can easily stay active without joining a gym membership.
 
LOST HK - An escape room experience is great for team building or a fun evening with friends. Put your brain to the test and work together to escape in time.
 

Hotels & Serviced Apartments

The V Serviced Apartments – With two locations in Causeway Bay, The V serviced apartments are perfect for those on a long-term business stay in Hong Kong. The elegant décor and amenities make this is an ideal home away from home.

Regal Hotel – This hotel is conveniently located near transportation routes and shopping centres. With complimentary airport shuttle provided, this Causeway Bay hotel is great for business travellers.

The Excelsior – This 4-star hotel has 854 spacious rooms and suites with stunning views of Victoria Harbour. Located steps away from the heart of Causeway Bay, this hotel is perfect for business travellers and tourists alike.


The bustling neighbourhood of Causeway Bay is an ideal place to set up an office, with plenty of large and small corporations in the area, your next business connection could be nearby.

View our office spaces in Causeway Bay or contact us to enquire about our latest offers.