Jardine’s lookout or Jardine Mountain in Chinese is a residential area on top of the mountain overlooking Causeway Bay and Tai Hang. This low density neighbourhood is an upper-class area and the residences found there are some of the most expensive in Hong Kong.
The most iconic view from Jardine’s lookout is the fantastic vantage point overlooking the Hong Kong Stadium where the Hong Kong Rugby Sevens tournament is exclusively held every year in March/April. Hong Kong Stadium is the premier sporting venue in Hong Kong, completed in 1994 with a seating of 40,000, it plays host to nearly all major sporting events that are held in Hong Kong, its’ open clam shell roof design allows many residences in Jardine’s Lookout a unique birds eye view of any event that is held there.
With the low population density, lush surroundings, green views, and the proximity to Causeway bay, Jardine’s Lookout is a highly sought after neighbour in Hong Kong. The upper market residences found there range from Large. Albeit old, family orientated apartments and many low rise terraced flats/townhouses.
Public transport wise, the area has bus lines through Tai Hang Road and Mount Butler Drive and some mini bus lines that traverse the area, but many residences in Jardine’s Lookout do offer private car parking.
Information on Jardine’s Lookout provided by Home Net, Licensed Hong Kong Real Estate Agency.