This is a local tour of Yau Tsim Mong District. There are a total of five spots in this tour, which are Red Brick Building, Yau Ma Tei Theatre, Yau Ma Tei Wholesale Fruit Market, Mido Cafe and Yau Ma Tei Police Station.
Red Brick House is a Grade 1 historic building which is located in No. 344 Shanghai Street. It was formerly the Engineer’s Office of the Water Pumping Station and built in 1895. It is the oldest pumping station in Hong Kong. The architect... Read more
Yau Ma Tei Theatre is located at 6 Waterloo Road. It is a Grade 2 historic building built on 21 June 1930. Its representative features include the Chinese pitched roof, gable walls, the Art Deco façade and Dutch steel trusses and timber pu... Read more
Mido Cafe first opened in Temple Street at Yau Ma Tei in the 1950s and is the oldest existing Cha Chaan Teng in Hong Kong. It is iconic because it situated in a corner tenement house with special characteristics. It is also one of the best ... Read more
The old Yau Ma Tei Police Station was established in Public Square Street at Yau Ma Tei in 1871. It is one of the oldest police stations in Kowloon. The police station moved to Yau Cheng Road in 2016 because of the Central Kowloon Route dev... Read more
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