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Planning to move to the “dark side”? Here’s a complete list of pet-friendly properties in Kowloon!

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  • Asif Ghafoor
  • December 7, 2015

We’d all like to live in a world full of pet lovers, but unfortunately that is not the case in a city like Hong Kong. Kowloon may seem a little more spacious than Hong Kong Island, but you definitely need to double check how pet-friendly the buildings are in this area. If you’re planning to relocate here with your furry friend, below is a list of pet-friendly properties in Kowloon!

This article was originally published by Anna Chiang from Animo HK.

Beacon Hill

Beacon Heights

Elizabethan Court

One Beacon Hill

Cheung Sha Wan

Aqua Marine

Banyan Garden

Hong Fai Building

Kiu Fat Building

Manor Centre

Diamond Hill

Aria

Tsui Chuk Garden

Ho Man Tin

Carmel On The Hill

King’s Park Villa

Mountain Court

No. 15 Ho Man Tin Hill

Parc Palais

The Regalia

Wylie Court

Hung Hom

Harbour Place

Royal Peninsula

Whampoa Estate

Jordan

Eastview

Highview

Tak Shing Terrace

Kowloon Bay

Bay View Garden

Jade Field Garden

Lee Kee Building

Kowloon City

Angie Court

Peony Height

Kowloon Station

Sorrento

The Harbourside

The Waterfront

Kowloon Tong

Broadway Tower

One Mayfair

Peninsula Heights

Yau Yat Chuen

Kwun Tong

Ma Yau Tong Village

Kai Tin Towers

Lai Chi Kok

Liberte

Noble Hill

The Pacifica

Mei Foo

Manhattan Hill

Mei Foo Sun Chuen

Mong Kok

Concord Building

My Castle

One Victory

Ngau Tau Kok

Tak Bo Garden

Olympic

Imperial Cullinan

Metro Harbourview

One Silversea

The Long Beach

Prince Edward

Tai Wah House

Winfield Building

Sham Shui Po

Eastland Towers

Manor Centre

Prince Centre

San Po Kong

Hong King Building

San Po Kong Plaza

The Latitude

Tai Kok Tsui

Florient Rise

Man Fai Building

Man King Building

Man Ying Building

Wah On Building

Tsim Sha Tsui

Victoria Towers

To Kwa Wan

Grand Waterfront

Homing Terrace

Sky Tower

Sun Sing Centre

Wong Tai Sin

Grand View Garden

Yau Ma Tei

The Coronation

Yau Tong

Canaryside

The Spectacle

Yau Tong Centre

 

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