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Kowloon Kowloon Map Sham Shui Po Mong Kok Yau Ma Tei Hung Hom Tsim Sha Tsui Kowloon City Kowloon Tong Wong Tai Sin

In between Hong Kong Island and New Territories is the Kowloon Peninsula. It is also an important part of the bustling city. Its districts like Tsim Sha Tsui, Yau Ma Tei and Mong Kok are the most attractive, they contain all the shopping, eating, entertainment and cultural attractions, highly comparable to Hong Kong Island!

Tsim Sha Tsui

Tsim Sha Tsui is famous for its shopping, eating and cultural attractions. The Harbour City shopping mall has 700 shops! It also has a Shopping Boulevard, many garment outlets and cosmetics shops at Granville Road etc.
   For cultural services, it has a Cultural Centre , History Museum, Space Museum and Science Museum etc...

Hung Hom

Hung Hom's Wonderful Worlds of Whampoa has a restaurant arcade where top Hong Kong restaurants are opened.
   The Hung Hom Station is KCR and HK - China Intercity Railways Terminal. Next to the station is the ultimate concert arena - the Hong Kong Coliseum ...

Yau Ma Tei has a famous Temple Street. It is often the highlight of Hong Kong Tour. This street has stalls sell all sorts of bargain merchandise, food stalls, fortune tellers and even some Chinese opera performances.
   Yau Ma Tei also has a Jade Market where it has hundreds of jade hawkers selling jade rings, jade buddha and jade animals ...

Yau Ma Tei

Mong Kok is the shopping and eating mecca for young people. There are plenty of small shopping centers and shops on the streets selling mainly young people merchandise. Such as clothing, jewelleries, CD, mobile phones, electronics, tv games and computer stuff.
   Mong Kok also has some speciality streets, such as Sport Shoes Street, Women's Street, Goldfish Street, Flower Market and Bird's Market ...

Mong Kok
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Kowloon Tong

Kowloon Tong is an interchange for MTR and KCR East Rail.

   The Festival Walk shopping mall has over 200 shops, it is well known for its elegant, spacious and stylish decorations ...

Wong Tai Sin

Wong Tai Sin Temple is one of the most popular temple in Hong Kong, as prayers believe Wong Tai Sin the god gives them what they prayed for! ...

Sham Shui Po is well-known for its Golden Computer Arcade and Golden Shopping Centre, as these computer malls have a long history in Hong Kong.
   Apliu Street is a famous electronics street, where you can find batteries, radio equipments, mobile phones, watches, Hi-Fi or even classic records etc ...

Sham Shui Po

Kowloon City is a famous gourmet district. There are many Thai, Chinese and Western restaurants in this area.
   It also has a redeveloped Kowloon Walled City Park which is redeveloped from the historic Kowloon Walled City. The park exhibits the relics and history about the Walled City ...

Kowloon City

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