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Star Computer City
Behind the five flagpoles is Star Computer City. It is not a big computer shopping centre, as it only has tens of computer shops. However, this computer centre has six free computer terminals for surfing the internet, so it is very convenient for you to check your email while you are travelling in Hong Kong.

Canton Road, Peking Road
Next to Harbour City is Canton Road and Peking Road, where you can find all the high class fashion shops, like Dior's flag ship store, or DFS duty free shop, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Miu Miu, Prada, Salvatore Ferragamo or YSL (Yves Saint Laurent) etc.

Former Railway Clock Tower,
Hong Kong Cultural Centre

Built in the 1910s, the clock tower is the former KCR (Kowloon-Canton Railway) Tsim Sha Tsui terminal's clock tower. This terminal was moved to the present Hung Hom Station in the 1970s, and only the clock tower remains there lonely. However, the KCR terminal in Tsim Sha Tsui was reopened in late 2004 as an extension from Hung Hom.

Behind the Clock Tower is The Hong Kong Cultural Centre. It was built in 1989, as its name suggests, it is a major venue for local and international cultural arts, musicals and dramatic performances.

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Hong Kong Space Museum
The half-egg shaped Space Museum has opened its doors since 1980. It has exhibition halls about space, science, and astronomy.

Also, don't miss its Sky Shows and Omnimax Shows, where the astronomy, geographic or scientific movies are projected onto the inner dome of the egg-sized museum. It offers you an unforgettable experience as you feel like you are in "Real" space! Its admission fees range from HK$24 to $32, and concessions are applicable to seniors and students.

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