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This famous tourist spot is one of the most exciting parts of Hong Kong. Located on the tip of Kowloon Bay and overlooking Victoria Harbour, Tsim Sha Tsui has an enormous range of attractions and landmarks. You'll find everything from restaurants to fascinating museums. This district is also perfect for vacationers—it boasts the largest concentration of hotels in Hong Kong.Don’t Miss
For a look at Hong Kong’s impressive colonial history, visitors should spend a few hours exploring the Hong Kong Heritage Museum. It is found in the former Whitfield Barracks and has been operating since 2005. Inside the museum, guests are greeted by plenty of exhibitions and artefacts, including photos and relics from Hong Kong’s early years.
Another popular place to spend some time in Tsim Sha Tsui is the Hong Kong Museum of Art. This modern art museum consistently changes its exhibitions, making it a unique place to visit again and again. It hosts local artists, Chinese artists, and boasts artwork from around the globe.Restaurants and Bars
Despite its many famous attractions, Tsim Sha Tsui is mostly renowned for its restaurants. The Hillwood Road area is a great place to find international restaurants and Korean cuisine can be found along Kimberley Street. Knutsford Terrace is also famous for its restaurants and you can find a range of cuisines here including Italian, French, and Japanese. It is also home to most of the district’s bars and pubs. It is a pedestrian street and travellers can stay safe from traffic at any time of the day or night.Shopping
Hong Kong is famous for its shopping, and Tsim Sha Tsui is among its most popular shopping districts. For high-end retailers, head to Park Lane Shopper’s Boulevard on Nathans Road. For a more modern department store experience, Miramar Shopping Centre, China Hong Kong City, and iSQUARE are all great place to explore.