Plan a trip to Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

Hong Kong is famous for its fast growing economy and is known as “the paradise for shoppers.” When visiting this modern metropolis, you can feel its vibrancy and you can get a pretty good understanding of its local culture. There are many prosperous areas in Hong Kong, including the Tsim Sha Tsui, which is located in the southern part of the Kowloon Peninsula. The Tsim Sha Tsui is concentration of shopping malls, stores, office buildings, and restaurants. The streets are full of heavy traffic, with many citizens and visitors alike.

The main road in Tsim Sha Tsui is Nathan Road, and most of the other streets extend out from this road. Many international brands can be found along these extensions. Park Lane Shopper’s Boulevard is especially intended for shopping; it is where many young people roam to find fashionable clothes. The areas of Harbor City and Granville Road are great areas for shoppers to find cosmetics.

Tsim Sha Tsui’s Nathan Road

One of the recommended tourist attractions in the Tsim Sha Tsui is the Avenue of Stars and Tsim Sha Tsui Beach, areas that provide the visitor with great shots of Victoria Bay. The Hong Kong Museum of Art, the Cultural Center, and the Hong Kong Space Museum are also located within Tsim Sha Tsui. All these great attractions make this a great area for visitors to come to when touring Hong Cong.

Avenue of Stars

Located in Tsim Sha Tsui East Kowloon, the Avenue of Stars was built to showcase the rich movie history, its movie stars, and many of those who work behind the scenes. The Avenue of Stars has been designed around the concepts of the one built for American Hollywood. The honored members of Hong Long have been inlaid into the avenues surface.

The Avenue is a 440 meter long waterfront promenade, extending from the New World center to the Hong Kong Museum of Art. The cost of construction of the Avenue totaled HK$40,000,000 at the time of completion in 2004.

Currently, there are 73 movie stars that have tablets inlaid in the streets surface honoring their work. 30 of the 73 celebrities have also left their handprints on their tablets, including Jet Lee, Andy Lau, and Jackie Chan. The avenue also features a 3 meter bronze statue of Kung Fu Star Bruce Lee. Hong Kong served as the start to Bruce Lee’s movie career. After making several movies in Asia, Bruce Lee left for Hollywood, where he made many famous Kung Fu movies that are still revered around the world.