Simply stroll across our threshold and into the pulsing heart of Tsim Sha Tsui! Just a few steps more and you will find yourself surrounded by endless tourist attractions and sightseeing activities in Hong Kong. The spectacular seaview from Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade, Star Ferry, luxurious dining and shopping choices on Nathan Road and Canton Road, historic sites and night spots of Knutsford Terrace are just around the corner.
Step out of hectic Tsim Sha Tsui and into Knutsford Terrace where the only thing hectic is the choice of more than 30 restaurants with cuisines spanning the globe. There are also bars, clubs and a lively nightlife scene here.
Located in Tsim Sha Tsui, Harbour City is a leading shopping mall in Hong Kong. Over 450 shops of all kinds, three hotels, an art gallery and more than 70 food and beverage outlets — including Michelin-recommended restaurants and over 30 harbour-view restaurants — ensure visitors from all over the world enjoy an incredible one-stop shopping, dining and entertainment experience.
Slip away from Tsim Sha Tsui’s shopping mecca into the tranquil Kowloon Park. Originally housing an army fortress, its Chinese Garden is now a popular peace haven — and a platform for weekly lion dances.
Standing at 44-metres tall, the old Clock Tower was erected in 1915 as part of the Kowloon–Canton Railway terminus.
Avenue of Stars in Hong Kong is an attraction that pays tribute to some of the region’s most celebrated names in the movie industry and is set amidst breathtaking views of Victoria Harbour and The Peak.
Sitting proudly on the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront, the Hong Kong Museum of Art is dedicated to promoting local art while also shedding light on China’s long cultural legacy.
Hong Kong Space Museum, the memorable dome structure on the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront, offers wannabe astronauts a chance to escape this planet, with stargazing exhibits, planetarium shows, an OMNIMAX cinema and more.
The Hong Kong Museum of History is a renowned attraction displaying and conserving cultural objects related to the archaeology, history, ethnography and natural history of Hong Kong and Southern China.
Hong Kong Science Museum, with over 500 interactive exhibits ranging from a variety of topics such as robotics and virtual reality, the Hong Kong Science Museum strives to make the field of science intriguing.
LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre Hong Kong is a ultimate LEGO® indoor playground specially designed for children.
This interactive museum is designed to stir the creativity and curiosity within every visitor and provide a rich educational experience.
Temple Street Night Market offers clothing, souvenirs, jade, antiques and the chance to enjoy local cuisine in a lively Chinese market atmosphere.