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Big Bus Hong Kong Hop-On Hop-Off Tour
"Hop aboard the open-top double-decker bus at any of the 22 stops around Hong Kong to begin your hop-on hop-off sightseeing tour. On board enjoy informative audio commentary about the history of Hong Kong and gain insight into Cantonese culture and tradition.Based on the attractions you want to see choose from three different routes: Hong Kong Island (Red Route) Kowloon (Blue Route) and Stanley (Green Route). Your ticket is valid for all three routes. With your provided map in hand hop off the bus to explore by foot. Visit everything from traditional temples to historic colonial sites to contemporary shopping centers. Highlights include Lan Kwai Fong Soho
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Hong Kong TramOramic Sightseeing Tour plus 2-Day Tramways Ticket
"Your 1-hour Hong Kong sightseeing tour begins at one of two starting points—Western Market Terminus or Causeway Bay Terminus depending on the departure time of your selected tour. Hop aboard your vintage double-decker open-top tram for a journey past Hong Kong Island sights like Macau Ferry Pier Man Wa Lane Tak Wing Pawnshop and Statue Square. See landmarks like the Supreme Court Bank of China building
From HKD95.00
Small-Group Walking Tour: Old vs New Hong Kong
"After meeting your guide at a central location in Hong Kong begin your tour by exploring some of the city’s oldest and most unique markets to get acquainted with the city’s humble trade and fishing community.First enter the Western Market the oldest surviving market building in Hong Kong. Inside this Edwardian-style building see fabric stores bakeries and dessert shops cafés and souvenir shops. Continue to the markets along Wing Lok Street and Bonham Strand West
From $57.00

Yung Kee Restaurant Tips (19)

Yung Kee Restaurant

Service was a bit slow due to the large numbers of people eating here on a Sunday afternoon but the food was delicious. Dim Sum menu was in English as well as Chinese and you order instead of getting...
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Apr 04, 2011

Yung Kee Restaurant

We had a terrific dinner here. We order half roast goose, half chicken, some suckling pig, century eggs (as recommended by the waiter), vegetables and tofu. The dinner costs about HK$1000 for six...
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Mar 27, 2009

Yung Kee Restaurant

Yung Kee Restaurant in Hong Kong is like Din-Tai-Fong in Taiwan. They are top restaurants. Yung Kee is famous for goose dish. It's nice and you can try. Unfortunately, the price is a bit unacceptable....
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Jan 04, 2008

Yung Kee Restaurant

Yung Kee Restaurant may not be much to look at from the outside, but its food is legendary in Hong Kong, and it has won numerous awards. The clientele are mostly local foodies.Fortune Magazine named...
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May 04, 2007

Yung Kee Restaurant

It has taken me several trips to hong kong before I set foot in this long restaurant. It was always highly touted in guidebooks(not always a good thing) and has been renown with winning plenty of...
Feb 09, 2007

Yung Kee Restaurant

overall is good. the waitress introduce this set menu to us so that we can get to taste the award winning dishes. dishes come in appropriate portion. ordered the "Deluxe Menu with Awarded Dishes for 2...
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Oct 12, 2006

Yung Kee Restaurant

13 VT'ers had a gathering at this famous Chinese restaurant on April 30, 2004. Well, we ordered a set:1] Assorted platter (Chicken, BBQ Pork...)2] Deep fried fish filets3] Prawn4] Vegetable5] Seafood...
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Apr 29, 2006

Hong Kee Seafood Restaurant

Hung Kee Seafood Restaurant is located in Sai Kung in the New Territories. It has the rustic charm of an old fishing village by the sea. The best time to go would be in the late afternoon to view the...
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Feb 01, 2006

Yung Kee Restaurant

We went here after seeing a review in a guide book and on VT and were not impressed. Service was quick which was as well because this restuarant must be one of the coldest places I have ever...
Dec 17, 2005

Yung Kee Restaurant

Pretty good restaurant. Famous for its roasted goose, 10000 year eggs and pickled ginger. I was told that I should try the roasted goose one last time before the avian flu comes back. For me, I always...
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Nov 15, 2005

Yung Kee

roast goose, and in winter time their chinese sausages, and wax duck. steam chickenoverall an excellent and very established Chinese Restaurant. I have been there since I was a little kid (more than...
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Jan 11, 2005

Yung Kee Restaurant

The best place to try some of the finest roasted goose and chinese cuisine in town. It is conveniently located in Wellington Street - within 2 blocks walk from the central MTR station. The place get...
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Dec 13, 2004
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Things to Do Near Yung Kee Restaurant

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City Hall

The City Hall in Central dates from the 1950s. The site contains a library, registry office, pleasant garden with sculptures, cafe and theatres. You can come here to watch ballet or listen to...
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Exchange Square

Exchange Square is home to three sky scrapers, one 33 stories, another 51 and lastly 52 storeys high. This is where the Hong Kong Stock Exchange and other financial institutions have their offices,...
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Bank of China Building

I found this out from one of the guidebooks. There is a viewing gallery open to public on the 41st storey of the Bank of China (thats the triangular shaped building) buidling. From the gallery, you...
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Zoological & Botanical Garden

I recently visited the Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Gardens on a school trip with my P2 class. I think it is around eighteen years since I was last here and it has changed a lot. I think there...
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Old Supreme Court

The old Supreme Court Building was opened on 15 January 1912 by the then Governor, Sir Frederick Lugard. Built from grey granite, this is an impressive three storey high building built in Neo-...
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Grand Millennium Plaza

The Grand Millennium Plaza is the name of a 26 storey office building located in the CBD of Hong Kong. It wasn't the Plaza that grabbed my attention, but the lovely Piazza at the base of the...
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Getting to Yung Kee Restaurant


32 Wellington Street, Central


  • Sunday 11:00 to 23:00
  • Monday 11:00 to 23:00
  • Tuesday 11:00 to 23:00
  • Wednesday 11:00 to 23:00
  • Thursday 11:00 to 23:00
  • Friday 11:00 to 23:00
  • Saturday 11:00 to 23:00