The Empire Hotel causeway Bay

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

No.8 Wing Hing Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, Hong Kong Region, China
The Empire Hotel Causeway Bay
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Satisfaction Very Good
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 38% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families70
  • Couples66
  • Solo65
  • Business55

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Ocean Park

by lifecoach

I'm heading to Hong Kong in may and am starting to get very excited and looking into things to do and places to eat. I'm interested in the Ocean Park but have a couple of questions. I'm travelling with my husband, no children coming along, so I would like to know if the park is a good place for adults. I'm also wanting to make sure before I go that all the animals, Panda's, birds, fish etc. are well taken care of and not in a tiny un-natural environment. I won't support anything that displays any form of cruelty to animals so I just wanted to ask in advance.
Also, can you recommend any good vegetarian restaurants? Were staying at the Langdon hotel but will obviously be all over so a variety of restaurants would be needed. Any information would be greatly appreciated, Thanks

Re: Ocean Park

by mim95

From what I know, I haven't heard of any issues with animal cruelty for Ocean Park. They spend a lot of money building the panda exhibit and they have recently built a new aquarium that is larger than the old one. And they educate the locals about wildlife conservation.

Re: Ocean Park

by Oregonguy


Ocean park will be okay for adults only. My wife and I are childfree, and had a fine time there. They have a few roller-coaster rides, as well as others. It is certainly not Disneyland, but it is an entertaining afternoon. Plus, the gondola ride takes about 10 minutes, and gives some really nice views of Repulse Bay and the ocean.

The animal exhibits are fine. We went to see the seals and aquarium, all looked as you would expect to see.

FYI - be prepared to do a lot of walking. The park is spread over a steep hillside. On the NE side, there is a series of escalators to get around. But other than those, be ready to do a great deal of walking up/down for a such a small size park.

Re: Ocean Park

by lifecoach

Thank you so much for your very helpful replys, and yes, I would love to see any photos you may have. Cheers, Debra

Travel Tips for Hong Kong

the atmosphere of contemporary time

by picek

After hanging out in Kowloon park quite late we went to the pier ... to the HK China ferry terminal roof terrace a few times to catch views over the strait... Victoria Harbour. It wasn't as crowded as waterfront promenade yet you saw a lot towards the other side (Hong Kong Island with financial centre) - and you could see very well this huge construction site of the rising new skyscraper (one of the highest in the world) on reclaimed area west of TST, this huge machine for living and business.
Dramatic in the evening.
Rather huge in a daytime.

Aren't they planning to do large glass construction there at the foot of that place? So called West Kowloon Complex... also known as the Dragon? (for interested see this page: We'll see.

This pier also seems to be popular with just married couples as they came here with photographers for photo sessions, to have HK with Victoria hill as a background for their pictures.

Other than that, yes... it's a good spot for taking pictures. Have something to protect you from wind in winter or sun because there's no much shadow here.

My name in Chinese

by Fen

While staying in the Metropole Hotel they were offering guests the chance to get your name in Chinese and they would also frame it for you. I liked this idea and i thought it would make an ideal souvenir.

Many places you should visit...

by bearsister

Many places you should visit when you are in Hong Kong. I'll introduce them in details on the specific areas. Hong Kong is a shopping paradise. We have a lot of shopping malls located in the Central district, Causeway Bay, Tsim Sha Tsui, and Kowloon Tong.

For those who are not interested in shopping, you can go to our beautiful beaches. Most of them are located in the Southern district. The most famous one are Shek O, Stanley, and Repulse Bay.

Stay away from the typical...

by rgcomega

Stay away from the typical tourist circuits! Hong Kong is such a vibrant place with so much to do - who needs to be herded around like sheep. Easy to explore and plenty of great people to help make suggestions. Be sure to spend time checking out the small shops and markets, particularly in the Tsim Sha Tsui area of Kowloon (watch out for ripoffs on Nathan Road) and Temple Market on HK Island. was the people. Culture, politics, geography, lifestyles, are so rich and diverse, yet everyone is so friendly and accommodating. Taxi drivers will make you feel at home if you are from Chicago or New York.

Hong Kong Tip

by BorderHopper

Nathan Road, Kowloon..this is the place where you can find it all. If you want cheap room and board, or a fake designer watch you will find it here. Actually I found this to be the best place to stay and hang out while visiting HK. There were internet cafe's and restaurants galore.


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