Ho Man Tin, Hong Kong
It was once considered the heart of Mong Kok and used as land for cultivation. It was bounded North by Argyle Street, West by Coronation Rd. (present day Nathan Rd.) and East by the hills. During the 50’s and 60’s, the hills became a resettlement area for refugees from China and with the establishment of the Ho Man Tin Estate, the area became renamed as Ho Man Tin.
The area is channeled by Princess Margaret Rd, Waterloo Rd, Argyle St, Ping Ching Rd and Fat Kwong St which are serviced by public transportation. The proposed MTR Kwun Tong Line extension will give way to the Ho Man Tin station and the Whampoa Garden Station.
Kowloon Junction School, The Open University of Hong Kong, King George V, Pui Ching Middle School, YWCA Hioe Tjo Yeong College, Wa Ying College, La Salle College, Hoi Ping Chamber of Commerce Secondary School are all located within the area.
Leisure, Entertainment, Shopping
Although the context of the present day Ho Man Tin is south of Mong Kok, many of the leisure and entertainment centers are very close to what can be found in Mong Kok. In among the many lanes and centers for shopping found in and near the area are the Lady’s market on Fa Yuen St., Sport Shoe St, the Flower Market, The Goldfish Market, Tile street, Photocopy Street, Ho King Shopping center, Mong Kok Computer center, Langham Place and Mong Kok center. Everything from accessories to luggage, cosmetics, electronics, and luxury items can be found among these streets.
02. Pok Fu Lam
03. Island West
07. Wan Chai
08. Tai Hang/Jardine's Lookout
09. Happy Valley
10. Causeway Bay
11. Island East/North Point/Quarry Bay/TKS
13. Stubbs Road/Peak
01. Cheung Sha Wan
02. Tai Kok Tsui/Olympic Station/MongKok
03. Kowloon West/Kowloon Station
04. Tsim Sha Tsui/Tsim Sha Tsui East
05. Hung Hom
06. Ho Man Tin
07. Kowloon Tong
08. Kowloon East/Kwun Tong/Kowloon Bay
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