The second oldest street in Hong Kong. It was never meant to resemble anything related to Hollywood, the street was named after the holly trees that used to grow here. In fact, the name was established way before the Californian Hollywood was named.
This was the place where Chinese traders came to buy and sell items to Europeans. You can find mainly antiquity shops selling various things, from figures of Buddhas to rugs and various kinds of memorabilia.
Apart from shopping, the street is starting to be a home for contemporary art pieces; many galleries are spreading around the area. You can also visit many restaurants with all kinds of cuisines imaginable. If you're into window shopping, you can easily spend half a day here.
Watch out for the antiquities because the sources are not very reliable and you never know whether the item is really genuine or just a fake.
There are plenty of bus stops around the area, but the closest ones are Lok Ku Road; Hollywood Road (line 26), Hollywood Terrace; Queen's Road Central (3A, 7, 10, 37A, 90B, 94, 101, 104) and Ladder Street; Caine Road (40M, 93C, 103 and 103P).
Address 93 Hollywood Road, Central & Western District, Hong Kong SAR China
Coordinates 22°17'1.639" N 114°9'7.586" E