Cheong Hing Vinsac - Hongkong
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Directions to Cheong Hing Vinsac
Since 1917, Cheong Hing Group has severed Hong Kong in different forms of business. As a vital group member, Cheong Hing Vinsac specializes in wine and cigar. It covers more than one thousand kinds of products from all over the world. For common wine, there are red & white wine, champagne, sake, brandy and Chinese wine. Customers can also find some other rare varieties such as ouzo and litchi. Cheong Hing Vinsac is one of the most popular wine stores favored by celebrity and public alike.
In spite of its diversity, the shop itself is well-organized and neat. Staff possesses exceptional knowledge and experience about the products. They are willing to help and suggest proper bottles based on customers’ occasion.
Opening hours: 11am – 9pm
MTR: Tsim Sha Tsui Station, Tsuen Wan Line (Red)
5minutes walk from the main bus route on Nathan Road
KMB Bus route: 1, 1A, 2, 2C, 6, 6A, 7, 9, 13X, 26, 35A, 41A, 81C, 87D, 98D, 203, 203X, 208, 24X, 219X, 224X, 234X, 237A, 242X, 252B, 259B, 259C, 260B, 261B, 268B, 269B, 271, 281A, 296D, N216, N241, N271, N281
Citybus route: A21, N21, N796
Minibus: 3, 6, 6X, 7, 8, 77M, 78
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