- This infamous road extends all the way through 4 districts. This road is the artery of Kowloon Peninsula, join the throngs of shoppers and tourists for a wander down Hong Kong's most famous strip. You'll be hustled by touts, bustled by crowds and dazzled by the glittering window displays. It stays busy until past 2am and it will be what you've envisioned on postcards. Park Lane is the major shopping area on Nathan Road, then there's St. Andrews Church and Granville Road which branch off. Nathan Road, was named after governor Sir Matthew Nathan but everyone thought such a wide road was unnecessary at that time of 1880's and Nathan Road became known as "Nathan's Folly." Nowadays, across Tsim Sha Tsui, at the start of Hong Kong's famous 'Golden Mile'. With glittering neon lights and crowded roads lined side by side with tourist shops and just about everything else you could imagine.
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