Here’s an overview of some of the best places expats living in Hong Kong in recent years:

Hong Kong has been renowned for its excellent public safety and economic freedom. It is also often referred to as the ‘Pearl of the Orient’ and a ‘Paradise of Food.’ Hong Kong not only attracts tourists from around the world but also draws many foreign individuals who come to work, pursue career opportunities, engage in business, and even decide to relocate to Hong Kong.

1. Central

Central is located on the north shore of Hong Kong Island. This place is the commercial, political, and retail heart of Hong Kong. There are many important institutions, such as multinational financial institutions, and foreign consulates are located here. Besides that, Central also boasts tourist attractions. Therefore, if you are considering working in Hong Kong and want to immerse yourself in the local cultures, Central is indeed a suitable place for expats living in Hong Kong.

2. Mid-Levels

If you enjoy the urban vibe of Hong Kong and also appreciate a green environment, Mid-Levels is an excellent choice, positioned between Victoria Peak and Central on Hong Kong Island. Due to its proximity to the central business district and convenient transportation, it attracts many professionals who work in the Central area. Moreover, Mid-Levels provides a refreshing environment as it is surrounded by nature, with abundant trees and greenery. With its colonial charm and historic landmarks, Mid-Levels is an appealing option for expatriates planning to relocate with their families.

3. Tsim Sha Tsui

Located in Kowloon, Tsim Sha Tsui is a hub for business, entertainment, arts, tourism, and shopping activities in Hong Kong. Moreover, it is a major gathering place for diverse cultures, such as Chungking Mansions, Kimberley Road, Knutsford Terrace, Observatory Court, and Ashley Road. Tsim Sha Tsui preserves many historic sites and distinctive buildings, including the Avenue of Stars, Tsim Sha Tsui Clock Tower, 1881 Heritage (formerly Marine Police Headquarters), Victoria Dockside, and Salisbury Road.

4. Discovery Bay

Besides that, Discovery Bay is also a suitable choice for expats. Discovery Bay is situated on Lantau Island and is a community predominantly inhabited by foreigners since it offers a multicultural atmosphere. This place features beaches, churches, European-style architecture, and an increasing number of international restaurants and shops. Furthermore, Discovery Bay provides a foreign ambiance. With bus services and ferries connecting to Central Pier 3, transportation is convenient.

5. Kennedy Town

Located on Hong Kong Island, Kennedy Town is a developing area. In recent years, it has become increasingly popular among expatriates. Compared to other business districts, Kennedy Town’s development is relatively slow, creating a laid-back atmosphere dominated by residential areas. Additionally, with a nearby MTR station providing easy access to various destinations, Kennedy Town is convenient for both living and commuting.

Although Hong Kong is small, we offer a diverse range of living options. If you are planning to move to Hong Kong, consider factors such as proximity to work, lifestyle preferences, and budget. Housing in Hong Kong may be smaller than expected, so additional space for storage may be necessary.

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