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LOOKING FOR A YAU MA TEI / MONG KOK APARTMENT?
Nathan Residences is located in a prime location in Kowloon, our affordable Mong Kok apartments for rent are just a minute’s walk from the Yau Ma Tei MTR station, making us the best and most convenient location on Nathan Road. As we are situated between Tsim Sha Tsui and Mong Kok, there is a wide variety of restaurants and shops around our Mong Kok apartments and it takes less than a 15-minute train ride to bring you to Central.
UNIQUE PERKS OF A YAU MA TEI APARTMENT
Yau Ma Tei is a part of the larger Yau Tsim Mong District (Yau Ma Tei, Tsim Sha Tsui and Mong Kok) located in the southern part of Kowloon. It can be said that Yau Ma Tei is a blend of old and new culture of Hong Kong. Here are a few spots you can't afford to miss near our affordable Yau Ma Tei apartments for rent:
Yau Ma Tei Theatre
The YMT Theatre is currently a venue for Chinese Opera. It opened in 1930 and was once the largest theatre. It is currently a Grade II historic building in Hong Kong which is worth visiting, and is just a stone’s throw from our Yau Ma Tei apartments for rent.
Yau Ma Tei Fruit Market, The Gwo Laan
In the vicinity of our Yau Ma Tei apartments for rent, Gwo Laan is a historically valuable site that has been classified as a Grade II historic building since 2009. The façade of the market and the signages are cultural heritage left from pre-World War II. Inside Gwo Laan, you can find a wide variety of fresh seasonal fruits imported from different countries, which is also a major fruit wholesale market in Hong Kong.
Tin Hau Temple
Of 300 temples in Hong Kong, more than 80 are dedicated to Tin Hau, Empress of Heaven, a Chinese Goddess of the sea, the protectors of the fishermen and sailors working on the ocean as well as the residents in the coastal areas. Her temples can be found anywhere not only in Hong Kong near our Mong Kok / Yau Ma Tei apartments, but also from California to Japan, where Chinese have left their footsteps. The Tin Hau Temple, located on Temple Street, was erected in the 1860s. Surrounded by the Temple Street Night Market, this building has been listed as a Grade I historic building since 2010.
Temple Street Night Market
This is a place where clothes, belts, electronic gadgets, watches, luggage, even fortune tellers, spontaneous live performances of opera singers can be found in Temple Street Night Market which is three blocks away from Yau Ma Tei MTR station. Along the streets, there are various local restaurants offering an array of local street food. The market opens daily around 4pm until midnight, and you can get there easily from our Mong Kok apartments for rent.
Definitely one of the better-known landmarks, there are over hundreds of stores and mini stalls selling everything related to jade, jewelry, pearl, gemstones, such as turquoise, opal, agate, amber, amethyst, tiger's eye, etc. A wide variety of jade and semi-precious gems and stones in all colours, sizes, shapes and price ranges can be found here, which is located in the middle of Jordan Road and Kansu Road in Yau Ma Tei. The Jade Market is also known as the Yau Ma Tei Hawker Bazaar.
Now easily accessible from our Yau Ma Tei apartments, and with over a century of trading Jade and other precious stones, the Jade Market was relocated to a marketplace with a rooftop which allows buyers to enjoy a comfortable and unique experience to hunt and bargain for some affordable bracelets, pendants, bangles, rings, earrings and an array of good luck charms.
Mong Kok Sneakers Street
Definitely one of the perks of having a Mong Kok apartment is easy access to The Sneakers Street, with over 100 retail sneaker shops, which stretches between Argyle Street and Dundas Street in Mong Kok providing a wide variety of sports shoes, sportswear bargains. Many of the big international brands have opened flagship stores here! Whether you love basketball, soccer, hiking, running or golfing, you would find the right pair of kicks here. Aside from shoes, you can also find all sorts of sporting accessories, equipment, apparel as well as special or limited-edition sneakers.
In addition, it is a great place for foodies to try out various local street foods. You will find a dizzying array of local restaurants distributed around this area around your Mong Kok apartment.
ABOUT OUR SERVICED APARTMENTS FOR RENT
IN HONG KONG - FAQ:
How do I schedule a viewing of your co-living Kowloon space?Please feel free to Whatsapp us at +852 9313 6680 to let us know your needs! Please feel free to also leave your contact details on the CONTACT US page and we will get back to you within 6 hours!
Are utilities included in my co-living HK rental costs?Yes, utilities such as electricity, water, gas (which are capped at HK$1,000 per room) are included in your rental cost. We hope that all our co-living residents will be using electricity and water responsibly and turn off their air-conditioning unit when leaving the unit. We hope to be doing our part to protect the environment and Mother Earth.
What is the minimum stay at your co-living Kowloon residence? What if I need a flexible rental arrangement?The minimum stay of our co-living apartments is 1 month. We offer a flexible arrangement for guests who would like to stay for longer of course. For a 4 to 12 months stay, after the first three months, our coliving residents can provide a one month written notice to terminate the agreement if they wish.
What documentation is required to book your co-living apartments?We will require your ID/Passport copy.
How can I make rental payments?We accept ATM bank transfer, FPS transfer, online bank transfer, and credit card (extra charges will apply).
Is there a security deposit? When will I get it back?We will require a 1 month deposit for a 1 to 6 months stay, and a 2 month deposit for a 7 to 12 months stay. It will be returned to you 14 days after your stay has ended at our co-living Kowloon residence.
When are monthly rental payments due?Monthly payments at our co-living space in Hong Kong are due within the first week of the month.
I enjoy staying at Nathan Residences - Coliving Kowloon! How can I extend my stay?Please feel free to reach out to our Nathan Residences Co-living Hong Kong team and they will happily assist you!
Are there additional charges on top of my co-living space monthly price?There are no additional or hidden charges for our co-living apartments in Hong Kong.