Things to do in Happy Valley
Happy Valley is an upmarket residential area located on Hong Kong Island. The area is home to many upwardly mobile local residents along with business travellers and expatriates seeking a comfortable and sophisticated way of life. Happy Valley Racecourse, the Hong Kong Racing Museum and the Hong Kong Cemetery are within a short distance of thesqua.re’s Serviced Apartments in Happy Valley.
Two of the tallest residential buildings in Hong Kong are located in Happy Valley, providing accommodation to many upper income residents. The locals and visitors tend to enjoy a reasonably quiet pace of life – except on Race Day at the Happy Valley Racecourse, when many people flock from all over Hong Kong to enjoy the event.
From leafy green spaces to exciting restaurants and attractions, there are plenty of places to visit in Happy Valley. It is particularly common for locals to enjoy sports sessions on the weekends, and then to follow them up with a trip to one of the local bars. Happy Valley Markets include the Happy Valley Cooked food market, which is known for its fresh and authentic Cantonese food.
Happy Valley is a well-connected area in Hong Kong, with a Hong Kong Tramways line running to the neighbourhood and Causeway Bay MTR Station also located nearby. Happy Valley also has three bus terminals, enabling visitors to travel around the neighbourhood with ease.