Past and present in Tsim Sha Tsui

Past and present in Tsim Sha Tsui

Kowloon Hong Kong

Created By: Chloe Leong

Tour Information

We all know that Tsim Sha Tsui is a CBD nowadays, skyscrapers and economic activities can be found there.

However, have you ever imagined how the past Tsim Sha Tsui look like?

Are you curious about the other sides of this district?

By joining our trip,we hope you can have a better understanding of the change in Hong Kong History.Together with connection of local history with our daily life.

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What You'll See on the Tour

ChungKing Mansion is a peculiar building in Tsim Sha Tsui .It is famous for its cultural unity and being the shooting place of the film《Chungking Express》 It was built in 1961 and the mansion is surrounded by Chaotic, complex, mysteri... Read more
We now see Kowloon park as a peaceful recreational site, but, during the 1960s, it was the site of Whitfield barracks of the British army and the former battery. Later on, redevelopment took place in 1970, and it took 35 years for the park ... Read more
Haiphong road temporary is important to residents in Tsim Sha Tsui as the market is greatly related to their daily life.People have strong tie with it. You may think the market is new by seeing the photos of it.Actually,the market has a lon... Read more
The 1881 heritage is the Former Marine Police Headquarters (1880’s to 1996) For the design of the heritage,the Victorian architecture has been taken of the building,which is Rich colonial characteristic. In 1994, all the buildings were ... Read more
The tower is one of the collective memories of Hong Kong.It has a long history and closely related to life of lots of HongKongers. Tower was built at 1915 with Kowloon Train Station.It is  44 meters tall and composed of red rock and grani... Read more
The star Ferry is another special collective memories of HongKongers and the history of it is always embedded in the mind of HongKongers . Star ferry was established since 1880.The screw wooden-hulled boat brought by Grant Smith from Engla... Read more


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