Causeway Bay is one of the most densely populated areas in Hong Kong, with many large department stores. There is a small open-air market "Jardine's Shop". The street is small and narrow, with dense open-air stalls selling cheap clothing, accessories and daily groceries, including hairdressing supplies, handbags, textiles, and mobile phone accessories. And household goods, etc. At the other end of Jardine's Crescent, there is a small wet market with some flower stalls.
Jardine's Shop has very few barrier-free facilities, only one accessible toilet is located in the market. The passages in all places are very narrow and there are too many pedestrians on the road. It is not recommended for wheelchair users to go alone.
Jardine's Crescent is an open-air market with narrow passages. It is recommended that wheelchair users do not go alone.
- Jardine's Crescent, Causeway Bay is an open-air market, so there is no official entrance
- Jardine's Crescent in Causeway Bay is an open-air market. All areas are flat roads. The passages are narrower and it is difficult for wheelchair users to enter and exit.
- Jardine's Crescent has an accessible toilet located in Lantern Chau Market
- The access to the accessible toilets is narrow, wheelchair users should be especially careful