Historical tour of Tsim Sha Tsui.


Kowloon Hong Kong

Created By: HKBU

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Historical tour of Tsim Sha Tsui, which includes 11 points of interest with profound history; Star Ferry, Hong Kong Clock Tower, Cultural Centre, Museum of Art, Space Museum, Avenue of Stars, Peninsula Hotel, Chungking Mansion, Kowloon Mosque and Kowloon Park.

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The Star Ferry's ferry crossings at Victoria Harbour are well-known for being crucial tourist routes as well as an integral part of the commuter system connecting Hong Kong Island and Kowloon. The ferry ride was ranked among the top 50 plac... Read more
The ancient Clock Tower, which is 44 meters tall, was built as part of the Kowloon-Canton Railway terminus in Tsim Sha Tsui in 1915. The once-bustling station is now gone, but this red brick and granite tower is still standing as a graceful... Read more
The Flying Frenchman is a bronze sculpture by César Baldaccini took 3 years to complete  It was a gift from the artist in 1992  However initially the name was freedom fighter, but HK government rejected it thus the artist did not attend ... Read more
With its cutting-edge amenities, the Hong Kong Cultural Centre occupies a superb location on the Kowloon waterfront. The greatest variety of top-notch performances, such as concerts, operas, massive dance and theater productions, experiment... Read more
Celebrity handprints and statues commemorate Hong Kong's major entertainment figures along the famed promenade that circles Tsim Sha Tsui's southern border. The promenade was originally modeled after Hollywood's Walk of Fame. The Avenue of ... Read more
HKMoA was founded in 1962 and is the city's first public art museum. It is currently the guardian of a collection of approximately 18,800 works of art that showcases the distinctive cultural history of Hong Kong's connections to cultures th... Read more
The Hong Kong Space Museum, which is strategically situated along Tsim Sha Tsui's waterfront, started building in 1977. Project primary architect was Mr. Joseph Ming Gun LEE from the Public Works Department. The Hong Kong Space Museum opene... Read more
founded by members of the rich Kadoorie family of Hong Kong, who are descended from Baghdad, Iraqi Mizrahi Jews. The Peninsula was intended to be "the best hotel east of Suez" when it was completed. The Peninsula hosted Sunday concerts, nig... Read more
In Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, a building known as Chungking Mansions can be found at 36-44 Nathan Road. Despite the fact that the structure was intended to be residential, it is now filled with numerous independent, low-cost motels,... Read more
The Hong Kong Regiment founded the Kowloon Mosque and Islamic Center in 1896. It was initially built to accommodate the Indian Muslim British Army men stationed at the neighboring Whitfield Barracks, which is now the location of Kowloon Par... Read more
With a former battery (Kowloon West II Battery) in the park's northwest corner, the Whitfield Barracks of the British Army once stood where the park now stands. In 1970, the Urban Council transformed the area into Kowloon Park. For the park... Read more


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