Causeway Bay Typhoon Shelter
A colonial tradition dating back to the mid-1800s, the daily firing of this Hotchkiss 3-pounder naval gun was made famous by its mention...
Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club
The club is private, but you can try to get a visiting membership if you belong to a reciprocal club or come with an introductory...
The park has 13 standard tennis courts, two lawn-bowls greens, and swimming pools, as well as football pitches, basketball courts and...
Dickens has been popular with expats and locals for decades. The British pub lookalike has a long beer list, which includes rare...
Yee Tung Heen
This elegant and under-hyped restaurant is an expert at haute Cantonese cuisine. Managed by the Mandarin Oriental, it delivers...
off Hung Hing Rd · interesting places nearby
Causeway Bay Typhoon Shelter information
Not so long ago the waterfront in Causeway Bay was a mass of junks and sampans huddling in the typhoon shelter for protection, but these days it’s nearly all yachts. The land jutting out to the west is Kellett Island. It is home to the Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club .