Tourists will find Hotel one is an excellent base for sightseeing. We are close to the famous Temple Street night market, the bird market, the jade market, and the Ladies market in Mong Kok.

We are also close to the Star Ferry where you can enjoy fabulous harbor tours and in the evenings you can enjoy the bright lights of Nathan Road or wander round the harbor promenade and savor the Hong Kong skyline.


Hong Kong Disneyland

Prepare to step into lands of adventure, fantasy, yesterday and tomorrow as a new era of Disney tradition begins with the opening of Hong Kong Disneyland.  
Saving time in waiting and making most of your day at Hong Kong Disneyland?

Hong Kong Disneyland Photo Gallery

Inside Parada
Golden Mickey

Avenue of Stars

The Avenue of Stars honours the film greats of Hong Kong. Visitors can walk amongst the stars on the walk of fame. The avenue also feature sculptures, movie industry milestones, souvenirs of sales, incredible views of Hong Kong famous skyline and more.


Temple Street

Hundreds of little stalls line this busy street. Carts bulge with goods from casual clothing to mobile phones and watches. If you're lucky, you'll encounter impromptu Chinese street opera performers and fortune-tellers.


Victoria Peak

Take the World's steepest funicular railway up the peak. Don't miss the views of harbour and Kowloon peninsula from the 373 meters vantage point.


Repulse Bay

En route you will be able to view the beautiful bay, the most-visited beach in town and summer escape for swimmers.

Ocean Park

Ocean Park Hong Kong is Asia's premier sea life and animal theme park. The Park features one of the largest aquariums (Atoll Reef) in the world and the largest of its kind in Southeast Asia. Other attractions includes exhibits of sea lions, dolphins, birds, and giant Pandas. In addition to the animals, a large assortment of thrill rides will provide a fun filled day for all visitors.


Po Lin Monastery

Known as the "Buddhist Kingdom of the South", Hong Kong's Po Lin Monastery is the most popular Buddhist temple in Hong Kong. The Monastery oversees the giant bronze statue of the Sakyamuni Buddha. Enjoy a delicious vegetarian lunch at the dinning hall of the Monastery.


Lei Yue Mun Seafood Village

Take a leisure walk from harbour near the waterfront to the old village of Lei Yue Mun, an off the beaten track destination adored by seafood aficionados. A superb seafood dinner will be served.


Address: 7-8 Tak Hing Street, Knight Garden Flat A 2/F, Jordan, Kowloon, Hong Kong

Phone: (852) 297 00888       Fax: (852) 297 00333

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