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CHI Residence Next to the Night Market

The CHI Residences company runs a chain of up market serviced apartments in a variety of districts of the city.  Their "Chi Residence 314" is pictured here just across the road from the night market. Providing a restful place to stay with the busy city and night market just outside it is the perfect contrast of new and old Hong Kong, of tradition and modernity, of peace and excitement.

With the night market just across the road, and the Jordan MTR station just two minutes walk along Nathan Road it is possible to stay here without using any other forms of transport and still reach major shopping and business locations with ease.

Attention to detail in the original designs of Hong Kong interior designer John Shostrom the blocks contains intimately detailed mini apartments in which you could stay for a day or a year, but all the time serviced to the standards of a high class hotel.  From cashmere to linen, from wood to stone, each part of the décor and facilities are designed to make you feel in an idealized version of your own home.

You won't miss for high tech gadgetry with built in Plasma TV based home theater environment with internet access, NOW TV cable service and even oxygen air purifiers to give your lungs a break from the turmoil of the city.

Friendly staff, complementary DVD borrowing services, rainfall showers, kitchenettes with full size refrigerators are just some of the little extras which will make you feel at home here. A free laundary with modern washing machines and dryers is also available to long term guests to keep your clothes as fresh as the rest in the comfortable beds will keep your body.



Temple Street Gallery

Vibrant sight by day and night


Get to the Night Market

Visitors and locals alike congregate in the evenings in Hong Kong's last remaining Night Market. The Night Market at Temple Street has been a fixture of the Jordan/Yau Ma Tei district since at least the 1920s and probably before.

Today it boasts market stalls with fashions and accessories, seafood and claypot rice in traditional Dai Pai Dong restaurants, fortunetellers and tarot card readers, and Cantonese Opera singers. Nowhere else in Hong Kong is such an interesting cross section of Hong Kong culture, cuisine, commerce and society to be found.


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