- Kwun Tong Waterfront Promenade
- Hunt for treasures in the Camel Paint Building
- Music fountains at Kwun Tong Promenade
City Name: Hong Kong
Direction from City Center to Hotel: North West
Distance from Hotel: 10.64 MI/ 17.12 KM
Convenience Store: 0.06 MI/ 0.1 KM South East
Golf: 11.18 MI/ 18 KM North East
Outdoor Tennis: 0.93 MI/ 1.5 KM North East
Experience the Hong Kong story at the Hong Kong Museum of History in Tsim Sha Tsui. The Museum has built up a collection of over 70,000 items on local history, which illustrates the development of Hong Kong from its early days. Various facets of life in Hong Kong are depicted in the extensive archives of over 14,000 historical photographs and postcards dating from the 1860s.
Hong Kong is awash with swanky, chic restaurants, many of them sporting Michelin Stars for outstanding gourmet fare. But if you want a sense of the true spirit of the city, head down the side streets to sample some of Hong Kong’s delicious (and cheap!) street food. such as Egg Tarts, Pineapple bun, Egg Waffles, Silky Milk tea etc.
Don't Go Home Without
You haven’t been to Hong Kong if you haven’t been to Victoria Harbour. The Harbour is the top one tourist attraction in Hong Kong. While you take a stroll along the Victoria Harbour promenade you can enjoy spectacular views of Hong Kong’s skyline. You can admire such iconic buildings as the Bank of China, HSBC Building, the Convention Centre or IFC Two Tower.
Climate: Hong Kong's climate is sub-tropical, tending moderate temperate for nearly half the year. During November and December there are pleasant breezes, plenty of sunshine and comfortable Transport Infrastructure: Underground (MTR) covers all major business and shopping areas of the city. The railway connects to China railway system which provides easy access to major cities of China