Serviced Apartments Kowloon

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Kowloon is a major urban center in Hong Kong that includes New Kowloon and the Kowloon Peninsula. It has a sizable population with high population density, being Hong Kong’s highest-populated urban zone covering roughly 47 square kilometers.

Being situated northwards from Hong Kong Island and accessible via Victoria Harbor, it adjoins Mei Foo Sun Chuen, Stonecutter’s Island, Lei Yue Mun, Lion Rock and Tate’s Cairn. Being one of Hong Kong’s major urban areas, demand is always on the higher side for service apartment Kowloon units.

Our Best Serviced Apartments in Kowloon For Travelers

Each one of our service apartments in Kowloon units is equipped with the best amenities required by travelers for an enjoyable stay in Kowloon. Get fully equipped kitchens, appliances, complimentary Wi-Fi, comfortable bedrooms and a lot more. 

Where to Stay in Kowloon 

Travelers usually prefer localities like Anderson Road, Jordan, Diamond Hill and Cheung Sha Wan along with Hammer Hill and near Kowloon Bay. Some other popular localities include Kowloon City, Lei Yue Mun, San Po Kong, West Kowloon and Wong Tai Sin among numerous others. Explore our serviced apartments in Hong Kong to get the further information about the other neighborhood.

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Facts About Kowloon

Kowloon encompasses both New Kowloon and the Kowloon Peninsula. It is the highest-populated urban zone in Hong Kong with total area of 47 square kilometers. Here are some key facts about Kowloon: 

  • Kowloon borders Victoria Harbor, Tate’s Cairn and Lion Rock, Stonecutter’s Island, Lei Yue Mun and Mei Foo Sun Chuen. 
  • Kowloon is comprised of the Kowloon East and Kowloon West constituencies in the Hong Kong Legislative Council. 
  • The name in Chinese means nine dragons, indicating 8 mountains and a Chinese Emperor. 
  • Qing China ceded the portion of Kowloon southwards from Boundary Street along with Stonecutters Island to the UK in 1860 under the Convention of Peking. 
  • The area was majorly used for hunting expeditions by the British and they leased a portion northwards from Boundary Street under the Second Convention of Peking in 1898 for a duration of 99 years. 
  • The Kowloon Walled City was once located within the current New Kowloon-based Kowloon City. The walled city was demolished in the year 1993. 
  • Kowloon started developing in the 20th century with the Kowloon-Canton Railway and Kowloon Wharf being built. 
  • Kowloon has a lower skyline than Hong Kong Island owing to its proximity to the Kai Tak Airport. 
  • The Royal Navy once occupied reclaimed land known as West Kowloon today. 

Weather in Kowloon

Kowloon has a humid, hot and overcast wet season along with a windy, clear and relatively comfortable dry season. The best time to visit is between late October and late December.