Kowloon, Hong Kong
Over at the Kowloon side of Hong Kong, the attractions there include -
Hong Kong Space Museum
Hong Kong Cultural Center
Museum of History
Temple Street Night Market
Fondest memory: A walk along busy Nathan Road in Tshimshatsui is another good alternative to feel your way around this ex-colony. Better known as the 'Golden Mile,' Nathan Road is a long and busy strip of neon-decorated shops, nightclubs, restaurants, hotels, office and residential buildings.
Favorite thing: Besides meeting my good friends there, I loved Hong Kong's beautiful harbour view. You know, it is known to be the world's second most expensive place to put advertisement on the top of skyscrapers along the harbour. :) Of course, Victoria Peak is a very well-known place for look-out but I think the view from Kowloon side was much better and you can walk along the seashore at night with cool breeze.
Favorite thing: Hong Kong is commercial. The most people are looking for economical success in the small district. These bombastic signboards show how competitive the business it is.
Favorite thing: Another view of Kowloon Park with the highrises of Kowloon in the background... Kowloon Park would be a nice place to stop with your lunch...
Favorite thing: Have high tea at the famous old Peninsula Hotel in Kowloon. Tea is served in the lobby to the accompaniment of an orchestra which plays for dancing.
Fondest memory: We stayed in Tsim Sha Tsui, an also well-known part of Kowloon. Walking along the buzzling streets was an adventure in itself, but there is so much to see.
Favorite thing: I would recomend that you go to kowloon at nightfall and look accross the water at the view of all the skyscrapers light up at night.
I am sorry about this page just showing my daughter and myself. Just like a big sale of mine. ^__^
My Daughter and I in Kowloon Park.