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Recommended Coworking Spaces in Central
Where the loos get flushed with seawater and you don't stay long in the ground once you have died (after 6 years in the public cemetery the deceased is exhumed and cremated due to lack of land space), Central, like the whole of Hong Kong does not have any restrictions about selling alcohol to minors. The lack of land and housing has driven the poor to live in small plywood "coffins" or iron cages. Central is wall-to-wall not only with buildings, but with bustling people and what appears to be breeding bicycles and scooters.
Awash in 1,223 gleaming glass skyscrapers, Central has been the center of trade from the British Colonial era (1841) and continues to flourish in spite of the transfer of sovereignty back to China in 1997. Sitting on the Kowloon Peninsula on the north shore of Hong Kong Island, Central is across from the Victoria Harbor. Getting around Hong Kong is easy; they have one of the world's most efficient subway systems. It is also where you will find a 2,600-foot covered escalator to help you get up and down the large hills with ease, although you may be a bit cramped like sardines in a tin.
The most popular place to eat is "Rat Alley" (Wing Wah Lane) near Lang Kwai Fong, where you can grab a meal with a little price tag and sit in a pedestrian only street. You are in Asia's food capital where all budgets are catered to and there are plenty of bars to frequent if you want a drink. You can thrash your credit card in exclusive boutiques or head to huge Malls for generic style shopping, that won't break your bank account. Soho and south of Hollywood Road has quickly become a trendy local designers enclave and Cat Street is where to go for some tacky souvenirs. Take your time to meander around some temples such as the Man Mo Temple sitting amidst antique shops in Hollywood Road where 100s of burning incense sticks will assail your nostrils, or gawk at the royal statues in the "Statue Square". From the Trick Eye Museum (yes, optical illusions to intrigue you) to the Hong Kong Museum of Medical Sciences showing how healthcare evolved from traditional Chinese medicine to modern Western medicine, there are plenty of museums to traipse through for the museum buff. When the hustle and bustle has worn you out, head to one of the gardens or parks such as Hong Kong Park or Charter Gardens.
Make sure you get to the Peak Tower to have a bird's eye view over this colorful and vibrant city and buy a mahjong piece in Wellington Street.
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