The Kowloon waterfront offers splendid views of Hong Kong’s island shore and skyline. This is the best place to experience the classic view of Hong Kong, and nobody on their first trip here should miss out on promenading along the waterfront.
Experience the Hong Kong story at the Hong Kong Museum of History in Tsim Sha Tsui.
A 20-minute ride to the tranquil shores of Sai Kung, a laid-back paradise for seafood lovers, also known as the “Backyard of Hong Kong” with numerous hiking trails. Lei Yue Mun seafood bazaar, also a good place for alfresco seafood dining is just few MTR stops away. The hotel is situated near the Jockey Club Kau Sai Chau Public Golf Course and the Clearwater Bay Golf and Country Club.
Don't Go Home Without
A trip to Hong Kong is not complete without a visit to Victoria Peak. Victoria Peak is a good location to view Hong Kong's magnificent night scene. Being 554 meters (about 1,817.6 feet) above sea level, the peak (what it's called now) is the highest point within Hong Kong and occupies the western part of the island. Marvel at magnificent architectural structures around the island at this place!
Kowloon is a great place to go to get a value for your money and try authentic Chinese, Indian, Nepalese and Thai foods. It is a welcoming change from the sophisticates who dine across the harbour in Soho. However, for those who seriously want to splurge, some of the SAR’s swankiest restaurants are found Kowloon-side.