Tsim Sha Tsui
Brash and glittering, with an overwhelming mass of people and shops, Tsim Sha Tsui is perfect for tourists looking to do some shopping. Harbour City along Canton Road has now turned into a luxury boulevard where international luxury brands such as Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Prada, Versace, Coach have slowly dominated the street. Adjacent to Harbour City is the Tsim Sha Tsui China ferry terminal, which is the place to go if you want to take a short one day trip to various spots in Southern Guangdong China. Though bargaining is not common in upscale Tsim Sha Tsui, it is not frowned upon but the duty free status of Hong Kong means that a huge variety of electronics, jewellery and leather goods are already extremely cheap. Kimberley Road, Carnavon Road and Granville Road branch off Nathan Road and are extremely popular with local young Hong Kongers for buying clothing, cosmetics and of course eating out.
The most stunning views of the Victoria Harbour and the Hong Kong skyline can be seen along the Tsim Sha Tsui promenade at night. The Tsim Sha tsui Avenue of Stars is the place to take a photo with kung fu king Bruce Lee's statue and see the Hong Kong replica of the Walk of Fame. East Tsim Sha Tsui is a neighbourhood of stylish chic hotels and generally refers to the strip waterfront in Tsim Sha Tsui because of it proximity to Nathan Road, during the holiday season reservations are a must. If the Peninsula Hotel, Marco Polo Hotel or the Intercontinental Hong Kong is not within your budget, Tsim Sha Tsui also has the highest concentration of budget hotels: Hotel Miramar, youth hostels in Chung King Mansion and Mirador Mansion and the Tsim Sha Tsui YMCA
Starting with Aqua Tsim Sha Tsui is both a bar and restaurant in Tsim Sha Tsui that has snagged the prime Hong Kong panorama watching spot right on one peking road. Aqua is the best place to be in Tsim Sha Tsui at night.