How do I get there?
Where is it?
On the western side of the Kowloon Peninsula, facing Hong Kong Island, West Kowloon is an area developed for commercial, residential and leisure use. With close proximity to Central via the MTR, and Jordan, the area is incredibly convenient. Its strong transport connections are solidified with an Airport Express station, and it is next to the future West Kowloon Terminus that will connect Hong Kong to Beijing via Guangzhou and Shenzhen by train.
Why live here?
The area comprises five residential complexes totaling slightly less than 6,000 units, some of which command the most expensive per-square-foot prices in the world. Union Square contains Elements, which houses more than 100 shops, an ice rink and the largest cinema complex in Hong Kong. The W Hotel is within the complex and the Ritz-Carlton, is located on the top floors of the 108-storey ICC Tower.
One thing you might not know…
Clockenflap, Hong Kong’s largest music festival, has been held in the area for several years.