The Hong Kong Cultural Centre is a multipurpose performance facility in the Tsim Sha Tsui area of Hong Kong. Located at Salisbury Road and adjacent to the Tsim Sha Tsui Ferry Pier, it is a place for a wide variety of cultural performances.
Adjacent to MTR Hung Hom station, the venue is easily accessible by trains and other public transport. Since its opening, the popular Coliseum has played host to thousands of local and international conferences, performances and events. The Coliseum is the pride of the Hong Kong people, effectively meeting their demand for a world class indoor stadium that caters for international and local events.
Strategically located at the seaside of Tsim Sha Tsui, the Hong Kong Space Museum is the first local planetarium for the popularisation of astronomy and space science. The unique egg-shaped dome renders is one of the most famous landmarks in Hong Kong. The Museum comprises Space Theatre, Hall of Space Science, Hall of Astronomy, Lecture Hall and workshops. The Museum organises plenty of extension activities each year, lots of information related to stargazing, basic astronomy, astronomical news and educational resources are available in the museum.
Since its opening in 1991, the Hong Kong Science Museum has proven itself to be an ideal and unique place for learning science. Through presenting quality exhibitions and fun science programmes in an enjoyable environment, the Museum serves to popularize science to the public and support science education in schools. In contrast to traditional museums, visitors at the Science Museum are encouraged to explore exhibits in their own way and thus experience the fun of discovery learning in its exhibition hall, lecture hall and laboratory.
It is the mission of the Hong Kong Museum of Art to preserve the cultural heritage of China and promote art with a local focus. Its collections now number in excess of 16,000 art objects, including Chinese paintings and calligraphy works, antique Chinese treasures, paintings of historical significance as well as creations by local artists. The highlights of the collections are on display in the exhibition galleries. To maintain an essential international character, the museum also presents a great variety of thematic exhibitions drawn from local and overseas sources so as to enhance participants' knowledge of and interest in artistic creation.
The “Avenue of Stars” pays tribute to Hong Kong’s movie industry by displaying the commemorative plaques, celebrity handprints and bronze rendering of famous movie stars and directors. Different kinds of performances and exhibition are held there to create a lively atmosphere. While giving visitors a panoramic view of the city’s glorious skyline, “A Symphony of Lights”, the multimedia show involves more than 40 buildings on both sides of the harbour, shows on 8 p.m. nightly, for the enjoyment of the dazzling cityscape.
Standing 44-metres tall, the old Clock Tower was erected in 1915 as part of the Kowloon–Canton Railway terminus. The once-bustling station is long gone, but this red brick and granite tower, now preserved as a Declared Monument, survives as an elegant reminder of the Age of Steam. It has also been a memorable landmark for the millions of Chinese immigrants who passed through the terminus to begin new lives not just in Hong Kong, but in other parts of the world via the city’s harbour.
A visit to 1881 Heritage will transport you to Victorian-era Hong Kong. It was used to be the headquarters of the Hong Kong Marine Police. Several buildings and artefacts of historical interest have been preserved and restored, and the site now features a shopping mall, a heritage hotel, and an exhibition hall.
After the chaotic surrounds of Tsim Sha Tsui, the tranquility of Kowloon Park washes over you like a mountain spring. But this peaceful place was actually once an army fortress that was handed over by the military for public use in 1970. The park has a total area of 13.3 hectares, offering gardens, bird’s lake and featuring an indoor swimming pool, the full range of active and passive recreational facilities to the public.
Located in Kowloon at the corner of Nathan Road and Haiphong Road next to Kowloon Park, the building consists of 4 levels and has a total area of 1,500 square meters. The mosque is currently the largest Islamic house of worship in the city and it organises open days periodically for introducing mosque to Hong Kong people and tourists.
Namo is a Thai restaurant launched by Michelin star Chef Alejandro Sanchez together with renowned Thai chef Khun Wijannarongk Kunchit. It incorporates the traditional recipes of Asian cuisines and infuses them with modern Thai style cooking methods.
Spread over 2 million square feet of prime real estate, Harbour City is the largest and most diverse shopping mall in Hong Kong. Harbour City is located in the heart of Hong Kong alongside the beautiful Victoria Harbour and offers a wide range of services including shopping, dining, entertainment and sightseeing. Harbour City has established itself as Hong Kong's marquee mall and a major attraction for over 40 years.
K11 is a shopping mall located in Tsim Sha Tsui. K11 is claimed to be the world's first art mall, integrating the elements of art, people, and nature. The mall spent HK$ 20 million placing numerous art pieces on each floor, from benches and ceiling ornaments to wall decorations and giant sculptures. The venue also has 19 exhibition panels, displaying works by local artists.
The ONE is a unique modern shopping centre located on Nathan Road in Tsim Sha Tsui, the primary shopping district in Hong Kong. The ONE is a 29-storey building with a total of 400,000 square feet, consisting of shops and a cinema. It is erected vertically towards the sky, unique from other shopping centres in Hong Kong. The mall comprises of shopping, dining and entertainment in one entity.
iSQUARE is a 31-storey high shopping mall located on Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui. It has an approximately 600,000 square feet retail space area, featuring shopping, entertainment and iTOWER. The retail space consists of high-end fashion/luxury retailers, cinemas, several restaurants and fitness center.
Elements is a large shopping mall located on Austin Road West in West Kowloon, sitting atop the Kowloon MTR Station. The 4-storey mall has over 1 million square feet retail space, and is divided into 5 zones based on the concept of the five elements of Nature, namely Metal, Wood, Water, Fire and Earth. The mall comprises international luxury brands retails, fashion and beauty stores, restaurants, along with an ice rink, a cinema and a recreational garden.