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Our friends at HomeSolutions Real Estate have come up with this extremely detailed guide to life in Tung Chung, Lantau Island. We hope you'll find it useful if you're a Tung Chung resident, or thinking of moving there.
Everything You Need to Know About Moving to or Living in Tung Chung!
Tung Chung Town Centre features a variety of shops, restaurants, a cinema and entertainment facilities centered around the Citygate development; as well as, transportation to Kowloon or Hong Kong Island. Tung Chung (東涌 in Chinese characters) is known for its convenience as it is in close proximity to the airport and MTR. Tung Chung to Central is only 30 minutes by MTR.
Citygate Outlets is at the heart of this new town, developed in conjunction with the Tung Chung MTR Station and bus terminus, and provides a focal point to the town. The Tung Chung Citygate Outlets have many factory outlets of high-end brands and other brands as well offering huge discounts in 500,000 square feet (46,000 m²) of shopping, entertainment, and food outlets spread across five floors. A square outside the mall contains a special fountain, which performs a musical show regularly.Read more »
Sarah's been eating and drinking her way around Hong Kong so you don't have to (okay, you can if you want to). If you're craving comfort food and cocktails then she's got you covered!
With all this talk of summer bodies and junk boats I couldn’t be further away from caring about how my stomach looks, and spend a lot of time on discovering how my stomach feels with all this wonderful food. So away with your diet talk, here are the best restaurants and bars to visit in Hong Kong this month, for anybody that agrees eating out is a lot more fun than working out.
Where to Eat
The highly anticipated latest concept by the JIA Group, Rhoda, has been the talk of the town for a few months now. It was finally my turn to get in on the action this month, a few weeks after opening. Headed by British chef Nate Green (formerly 22 Ships), his unique touch shines through the design (by internationally renowned designer Joyce Wang) and in non-pretentious food.Read more »