Kowloon Things to Do

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  • 1. Hey Relax 3D Gallery

    Situated at a factory building foot steps away from the Kwun Tong subway station, the 3D Gallery is easy to find. This place is highly recommended for families, lovers and friends. With 3D backdrops,...

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  • 2. Red Brick Building - Yau Ma Tei

    Red Brick Building built in 1895 as an engineer's office of former pumping station in Shanghai St, Yau Ma Tei, Kowloon. It is the oldest surviving building in...

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  • 3. Yau Ma Tei Theater

    to move more in the cultural of Cantonese, then it could be a fun experience for the local opera. Yau Ma Tei Theater after renovation now open again in 2012 as...

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  • 4. Nathan Road in Yesteryears and at Present

    Nathan Road is the Main Road of Hong Kong and is the Famed part of Tsim Sha Tsui District (called Golden Mile) and where the main shopping area in Tsim Sha Tsui...

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  • 5. Star Ferry-Hong Kongs Famous Ferry Service!

    The ferry service was originally founded by a prominent Persian, Dorabjee Nowrojee, in Dec. 1888, under the name of the Kowloon Ferry Company. Some reports say...

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  • 6. Yau Ma Tei Rocks

    Get off jam packed Nathan Road and head into the old world Kowloon of Reclamation Street or even parts of Shanghai Street. There's cultural gems a plenty if you...

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  • 7. Don't Miss SUPERB VICTORIA PEAK!

    A trip to Hongkong is not complete without a visit to Victoria Peak. Victoria Peak is a good location to view HK's magnificent night scene. Being 554 meters...

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  • 8. Spectacular Laser and Fireworks Show!

    The Symphony of Lights is a light & laser show, accompanied by a narration in alternating languages, starts daily at 8 p.m. The best place to watch it is Along...

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  • 9. Chungking Mansions & Express-Heart of Nathan Road

    This infamous ghetto-like structure, once a haven for gold smuggling, has some of the cheapest rates in town, making it a legendary haunt for backpackers and...

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  • 10. Visit the Yin Chong Street Market

    If you happen to wake up early in the morning and wonder what to do, head down to Yin Chong Street Market and experience what the locals do for their daily...

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  • 11. Former KCR Clock Tower

    It is a 44m high clock tower (1915), once a part of the southern terminal of the Kowloon-Canton Railway (KCR). Operations moved to the modern train station at...

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  • 12. Kowloon Mosque and Islamic Centre

    It is the largest Islamic house of worship in Hong Kong. The present building with its dome and carved marble was completed in 1984 to serve the territory's...

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  • 13. Jade Market

    Yau Mau Tei Jade Hawker Bazaar opens daily from 0900 to 1800hrs. It is near Gascoigne Road overpass just west of Nathan Road and split into two parts by the...

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  • 14. Tin Hau Temple

    This is really four temples in one. Tin Hau is worshipped in the large temple behind the main entrance, with spirals of incense suspended from the ceiling, an...

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  • 15. Yuen Po Street Bird Market/Garden

    Thousands of songbirds are displayed in intricately fashioned bamboo or elaborate wooden cages (which are also for sale and make great souvenirs) from some 70...

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  • 16. Tourist Information and Webcams

    If you want up-to-date tourist information of Hong Kong and Kowloon, I suggest that you visit the official tourism website at...

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  • 17. Peninsula Hotel

    The Peninsula Hotel is not just an HK landmark, it is the pinnacle of opulence and comfort when it comes to welcoming the rich and famous to the territory. The...

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  • 18. Harbour City

    I was thinking of putting this tip into the shopping section, but, first, I greatly dislike the setup of the shopping tips, and second and more importantly,...

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  • 19. Chungking Mansions

    Chungking Mansions takes euphemism to a new height. The term mansion is a translation of the Chinese tang, and clearly someone got a bit carried away with the...

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  • 20. Hong Kong Public Pier

    The Hong Kong Public Pier is not exactly a tourist attraction in and of itself, but it should be. This is a place where small private crafts are able to dock...

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  • 21. Historic Clock Tower

    The Kowloon-Canton Railway Clock Tower, or the Tsim Sha Tsui Clock Tower, as it is colloquially known, is a Hong Kong landmark that predates much of the...

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  • 22. Hong Kong Cultural Centre

    The completion of the massive 80's cultural complex on the southern edge of Tsim Sha Tsui, the Hong Kong Cultural Centre provides a venue for numerous musical,...

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  • 23. Kowloon Mosque

    As a place that has attracted migrants and merchants of all extractions for almost two centuries, Hong Kong has a truly diverse and vibrant demographic. In...

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  • 24. Tin Hau Temple

    Temple Street and the area around it was so called because, when Kowloon began to develop as an entrepot and trading hub under British rule, the Chinese...

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  • 25. Hong Kong Museum of Art

    I spent 3 hours in the Hong Kong Museum of Art and could have spent more. The museum has an amazing collection of Chinese art through the ages, from the bronze...

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