Tsim Sha Tsui -One of Hong Kong’s busiest district; This guide will show you the 5 best things to do in Tsim Sha Tsui.
Located in southern Kowloon, Tsim Sha Tsui is famous for sky-high bars,
iconic view of the city’s harbor , intimate neighborhoods and quiet parks. This neighborhood should be your top priority if you’re a first-time visitor in Hong Kong. Here are 5 best things to do:
1.) Watch the light show called the Symphony of Lights
The city skyline is more beautiful at night because you’ll see the laser beams and spotlights dance across the skyscrapers. Symphony of Lights is a daily light show that starts at 8pm and last for about 13 minutes. Just head to Tsim Sha Tsui promenade so you can witness the world’s largest light and sound show.
2.) Stroll along the Avenue of Stars
Located along the Victoria Harbour waterfront. The Avenue of Stars is very similar to the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles but with a nicer backdrop. You’ll see Bruce Lee’s life-size statue, celebrity hand prints, movie memorabilia and commemorative plaques.
3.) Go shopping at Harbour City Mall
Harbour City is HongKong’s premier shopping destination where you can find luxury brands and inexpensive gadgets. This mall is super huge because it’s over 2 million square feet with over 450 stores, 60 restaurants and 3 hotels. Harbour City is located in the heart of Hong Kong alongside the beautiful Victoria Harbour.
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4.) Explore Kowloon Park
Kowloon Park provides one of the largest green spaces in the middle of a lively urban district. This peaceful place was actually used to be a British Army territory. Visitors will see manicured 33-acre maze garden, two-tier lotus pond, soccer fields, swimming pool and a sheltered bamboo walkway. There are also Kung Fu and lion dance performances every Sunday from 2:30pm to 4:30 pm.
5.) Eat your heart out
The best thing about traveling is to discover local foods you’ve never tried before. Tsim Sha Tsui is brimming with street-style eateries and hole-in-the-wall restaurants. Walk along Kimberley Road and you’ll find sushi bars, curry fish balls, noodle shops, Korean barbecue joints and soft serve ice cream.