Attractions in Kowloon
Avenue of Stars (currently undergoing maintenance)
Avenue of Stars features commemorative plaques, handprints of movie celebrities and descriptive milestones, including a life-size statue of the legendary kung fu action star, Bruce Lee. Its location on the Tsim Sha Tsui promenade offers incredible panoramic views of the famed Victoria Harbour and the memorable Hong Kong skyline. This tourist spot has been closed since 8 October 2015 for repair and improvement work.
Garden of Stars and Starry Gallery is opened from 15 November 2015 for exhibitions relating to the Avenue of Stars and Hong Kong movies during its closure. For more details, please visit the website of Avenue of Stars.
The old Clock Tower near the Star Ferry concourse in Tsim Sha Tsui is a declared monument and a landmark from the Age of Steam, when it formed part of the Kowloon - Canton Railway terminus. Erected in 1915, the distinctive 44-metre red brick and granite tower is a graceful reminder of those colonial times. For more details, please visit Discover Hong Kong’s website.
In the 1830s, the area now known as Kowloon Park was an important military base overlooking Victoria Harbour. Kowloon Park was officially opened in 1970 by the then Governor, Sir David Trench. In 1989, the park was redeveloped at a cost of $300 million. Occupying a total area of 13.3 hectares, the park offers a full range of active and passive recreational facilities to the public. For more details, please visit Discover Hong Kong’s website.
Wong Tai Sin Temple
Covering 18,000 square metres, the temple is, apart from being an important religious centre, a scenic attraction full of beautifully ornamented traditional buildings. For more details, please visit Discover Hong Kong’s website.
Kowloon Walled City Park
Few areas of Hong Kong have a richer historical background than the Kowloon Walled City Park, originally the site of a walled fort. Built in the classical Jiangnan style, the beautiful Chinese garden features various reminders of the old walled fort include the original stone plaques from the South Gate, stone tablets and Qing official inscriptions, plus the only two cannons to survive. For more details, please visit Discover Hong Kong’s website.
Nicknamed the "Leisure Garden of Hong Kong", Sai Kung has long been one of the most beautiful places in Hong Kong and is famous for seafood. Tourists may experience the sublime beauty of country parks, indulge in the excellence of the seafood as well as sunbathe on the beaches there. For more details, please visit Discover Hong Kong’s website.
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