Known for its racecourse, Happy Valley is an affluent residential suburb located on Hong Kong Island. Situated between mountains, a shopping district, and an entertainment hub, this quiet residential area has a warm and close-knit community feel. This upmarket neighborhood has popular destination and stylish serviced apartments in Hong Kong for leisure and business travelers who are looking for a peaceful and sophisticated staying experience.
The Squa.re has an award-winning portfolio of serviced apartments in Happy Valley that are designed with perfection. From a comfortable bedroom with premier linen, a living room with sleek and elegant furniture, and a flat-screen TV, to a modular kitchen filled with all essential appliances and utensils, these apartments have it all. While you decide to stay at one of these serviced apartments in Happy Valley, you do not need to worry about a single thing.
Happy Valley is well-connected with all parts of Hong Kong. Apart from three bus terminus, Hong Kong’s Tramways line that runs to the neighborhood and Causeway Bay MTR Station is also located nearby. Happy Valley is filled with sprawling green spaces, world-class restaurants, and popular tourist attractions.
You can also visit the famous Happy Valley Cooked food market, which is known for its fresh and authentic Cantonese food. If you want to stay like a local, watching a match and then going to a bar for a bottle of beer in the evening is a must-try. The Squa.re has a wide range of serviced apartments in Happy Valley which is located close to popular attractions like the Hong Kong Racing Museum, Happy Valley Racecourse, and the Hong Kong Cemetery.
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Happy Valley is originally known as Wong Nai Chung which means yellow mud stream valley in English. Once an inhabitable swampy marshland, to one of the most upscale suburbs of Hong Kong, this place has seen a lot.
Home of world-class horse racing, the Happy Valley Racecourse was built on marshland in 1845. It is also known to be one of the oldest racecourses in the region. This 55,000 seater stadium nowadays attracts travelers and locals every Wednesday night.
Happy Valley is also home to the city’s first private photograph gallery. The Art-deco style townhouse includes two floors of exhibition space showcasing photographs, vintage cameras, and photo books.
Two of the tallest towers of Hong Kong are located in Happy Valley that provides modern style living to Hong Kong’s some of the most popular and poshest residents.
It is suggested to visit Happy Valley during winter as summer is hot and humid in Hong Kong. November to January is the best time to visit this city as Chinese New Year and many other popular festivals happen during that time. Though the temperature stays around 31 degrees celsius it is too humid there due to the subtropical location.