Second Hong Kong Geodomain For Sale


Kwun Tong Hong Kong

Last week, I completed the sale of, a Hong Kong geodomain name, and I am now looking to sell Kwun Tong is a highly populated urban area in Hong Kong, which has seen remarkable growth over the last several years. Although the population of the Kwun Tong district is much higher than that of Wan Chai, my asking price for is $15,000 USD, and the domain name is registered at Moniker. Email me if you are interested in buying the name, or post something in the comment section.

Kwun Tong is more of a residential area of Hong Kong, and there are all types of homes, apartments, and condominiums in the area. In addition, there are many services and industrial facilities in Kwun Tong. Kwun Tong is one of the most densely populated areas in the world, with a population of 564,700 people.

One of the most well known areas of Kwun Tong is Yue Man Square, which is home to a variety of shops and stores. According to the website, Yue Man Square in Kwun Tong is home to “shops selling jewellery, trendy clothing, CDs, mobile phones, electrical appliances , etc.

Here are a few links to websites with information about Kwun Tong, Hong Kong:

Many of the common domain extensions with KwunTong are taken, and related IDN names are taken as well. I think owning the .com makes sense in this case since many foreigners who do business in the area will look for hotels, restaurants, and things to do, and the .com makes sense, especially for English speakers.

Photo Sources:

#1 Wikipedia

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  1. Wow! Congratulations! What fun! You received an offer of $15,000 USD? Or Hong Kong dollars? Sounds like your quote was met . . .

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