Chung King Mansions

Chung King Mansions

Tsim Sha Tsui

Chung King Mansions was built in 1961 as a five-tower residential complex with a separate elevator in each block, but now it's known for curry restaurants, African bistro, money-changers and low-budget tourist accommodations. It can boast the largest number of guest houses in any one building in Hong Kong. Three shopping malls in the complex have their entrances off Nathan Road. Efforts have been made to clean up Chung King Mansions and deter drug trade.

Chungking Mansions, Hong Kong

The Peninsula Hong Kong

  • Historic Hotel
  • LGBTQ-friendly

Yiu Fai (pronounced you-fy) Guest House is as basic as it gets, offering singles with shared bathroom and double/twin/triple/quad ensuite with linens included, It is children-friendly and has no curfews or...
  • Guest House
  • LGBTQ-friendly
Kowloon Hotel
0.1 km
Kowloon Hotel

  • Budget hotel
  • LGBTQ-friendly
Aqua
0.3 km
Aqua
1 review

  • Fine Dining
  • Other
NOBU InterContinental Hong Kong

  • Fine Dining
  • Japanese
Mala's Fusion Cuisine

  • Casual
  • Multi-Cuisine
Joe Bananas
0.8 km
Joe Bananas

  • Bar
  • LGBTQ-friendly
ABC Sauna
0.1 km
ABC Sauna

  • Sauna
  • For Men
Ned Kelly's Last Stand

  • Pub
  • LGBTQ-friendly