Nathan Road

Nathan Road

Nathan Road is the main transport and shopping avenue of Hong Kong. The street stretches for 4 km across the Kowloon district from north to south.

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The street starts near the world-famous promenade Tsim Sha Tsui and ends in the north of Mong Kok.

Why is Nathan Road so famous?

The monumental boulevard is one of the longest streets in all of Hong Kong and one of the city's vibrant hubs.

Nathan Road is lined with a vast array of luxury clothing brands, jewellery shops, and general stores selling all sorts of goods.

Along the street you will also find countless restaurants ranging from upmarket establishments with international cuisine to local very cheap eateries.

Stay on Nathan Road

The street is one of the most popular places to stay in Hong Kong for its great location and excellent accessibility.

Nathan Road is also lined with a number of very cheap local hotels and hostels with prices starting from 50 usd, which is well below the average price of regular hotels in Hong Kong.

Check out our selection of the cheapest hotels on Nathan Road.

Transportation to Nathan Road

There are two subway lines running under the street.

  • Red Tsuen Wan Line (towards Hong Kong Central) - Jordan, Mong Kok, Yau Ma Tei, Tsim Sha Tsui and Prince Edward stations
  • Green Kwun Tong Line (direction Kai Tak, Kowloon Bay) - Mong Kok, Yau Ma Tei, Prince Edward stations

There are also many bus lines running directly along Nathan Road. Visit the following websites to view the route and timetables:

  • - Lines 2, 3C, 3X, 6, 9, 36X, 42A, 60X, 63X, 69X, 81, 95, 203S, 237A, 238P, 238X, 242X, 252B, 259B, 259C, 260B, 261B, 268X, 269X,
  • - lines 102, 102P, 104, 112, 117, 118, 118P, 171, 795, 795P, 795X, 970, 970X

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