Guide to Hong Kong Travel
Mongkok (good shopping and eating)
I would recommend getting off at the MTR at Exit E2 (along Argyle St), and then turning right. Continue walking until you see the start of Ladies St on your right hand side. You can’t miss it: you will see all of the vendors clustered down the road.
Alternatively, it seems like you can also get off at Mongkok stop on the MTR and exit at Exit D, which is marked Ladies St on the sign. (I haven’t tried this route though)
MacLehose Trail (you can read more here)
Directions to Pak Tam Chung on a Sunday (Bus 96R is a Sunday only route):
Take the MTR to Diamond Hill Station, Exit C2.
Then at the bus terminal (which is right outside), find Bus 96R (to Wong Shek Pier bus terminus) and get off at Pak Tam Chung Station. This stop is really easy to find because it’s a major bus station.
Once there, you pass the barrier gate (with the little arm hinge that lets the cars through) and then walk along Tai Mong Tsai Road for about 10 minutes until you reach the starting point of the trail.
Then, to get back after you’ve completed Part 2:
Take Bus 94 at Pak Tam Au to return to Sai Kung Town. (You can then take one of the minibuses to a MTR station)
Tao Heung Super 88 (Hot Pot Restaurant)
Get off Mong Kok MTR Station. Take Exit E1. From the Exit, make a U-Turn and walk toward Nathan Street. Make a right and keep walking until you pass California Fitness. After the California Fitness entrance, there should be an entrance to Cheers Restaurant with Chinese characters. Enter and take the elevators up to the 3rd floor.
Sik Sik Yuen Wong Tai Sin Temple (Parknshop and temple)
Ride the MTR green line to the Wong Tai Sin stop and exit at B3.
MTR to YauMaTei, exit C. Cross the street and walk to the first 7-11. Restaurant will be on the left hand side.
Egg Puffs in Wanchai
Go to to Wanchai MTR station, Exit A3, turn right towards the bank.
Honeymoon Desserts/Bao Bing
Mongkok Exit E1