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The Whampoa --- The Boat Shaped Mall!

Kowloon, Kowloon, Hong Kong
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My parents and I stayed in this area of the island which was walking distance from the Whampoa. Located in Kowloon, look for the boat shaped structure. This mall complex is pretty cool. I personally liked the food court area. The food was tasy and cheap. There are lots of Japanese choices for food, but also Chinese and some Western options. I also found out that in this part of Hong Kong, buildings are shorter than others since it is close by the Kai Tak Airport. Across from the actual mall, there are pletny of other shops nearby. The Whampoa is also close to the harbour so you'll sure be treated with awesome views and you can easily access it via MTR and bus.
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