Tsim Sha Tsui is located in south of Kowloon Peninsula. It faces Victoria Harbour and view HK Central across the sea. Tsim Sha Tsui, Mong Kok and Yau Ma Tei form Yau Tsim Mong District which is the famous golden place of high-end business, entertainment and shopping in Kowloon. There are many museums and civic centres in this district. Many restaurants, bars and luxury hotels are located here. Many exotic culture and famous international hotels are found here. It is a integration microcosm of multiple international economics and cultures.
Tsim Sha Tsui's traffic is very convenient. Since Hung Hom tunnel is nearby, people can take cross-harbour buses to each district in HK island. And also can take metro or ferryboats to across the sea. If want to go Kowloon or any district in New Territories, bus will be suitable choice.
Tsim Sha Tsui station is belong to Tsuen Wan Line of Mass Transit Railway which connect to Central, Yau Ma Tei and Mong Kok. Tsim Sha Tsui east station is belong to East Tsim Sha Tsui line. It only takes 2 minutes to Hung Hom and 42 munites to lowu of Shenzhen.
To Disney and Lantau Island: Change to Tung Chung Line at Lai King Station.
To airport: Change to Tung Chung Line at Lai King Station then take airport express at Tsing Yi Station. It takes about 45 minutes.
To Citygate outlets: Change to Tung Chung Line at Lai King Station and get off Tung Chung station and arrived namely.
There are many arts and culture sites in Tsim Sha Tsui such as HK Museum Of History, the Hong Kong science museum, the Hong Kong Space Museum and Hong Kong Cultural Centre etc. And it also is one of the places gathering many exotic cultures. Chungking Mall Mansions is inhabited by South Asians people and African people. Muslim mosque in Tsim Sha Tsui is the largest mosque in Hong Kong. The Peninsula Hong Kong is in British Style. Kimberley Street has many Korea restaurants and Korea food market and it can be called " Korea street". Food from Turkey, Russia, Italy, Japan etc. can be found in Knutsford Terrace and Ashley Road. Tsim Sha Tsui also is large tourists sightseeing area in Hong Kong. There were many foreign visitors in earlier and more mainland vistors come after the Individual Visit Scheme took effect.
Tsim Sha Tsui has many large shopping malls including Silver Cord, Sun Plaza, Miramar Shopping Centre, New World Centre , Elements , Harbour City etc. There are also smaller shopping malls such as Beverley Commercial Centre, Rise Shopping Arcade, and Chungking station under Chungking Mall Mansions. SOGO opened a branch in the Palace Mall in September 2005. Ocean Terminal is a cruise terminal in Hong Kong for large cruise parking. Ocean Terminal also has shopping mall and was the only one large shopping mall in Hong Kong when 1960s. Until 2009-2010, many new shopping malls opened including 1881 Heritage rebuild from the former Marine police headquarters in Hong Kong , iSQUARE set with IMAX cinema and The ONE which is a shopping mall special on only for retail.
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Harbour City is located in Tsim Sha Tsui of Kowloon. It is the largest shopping centre in Hong Kong and also one of the largest malls in Kowloon. It has about 50 characteristic flavoums, 2 large cinemas, 3 restaurants and about 700 retail stores.
Hong Kong DFS duty free shop is located in Sun Plaza and Chinachem Golden Plaza. There are wide varieties of famous brands and DFS also supply their special products and local feature goods for vistors. You can choose international famous brand products and latest products here and also can enjoy the special service here. The products are 100% global quality guarantee by DFS. They have nearly 150 DFS branches and service centres supply returns and refund services. Everyone stay here can experience the prosperous Hong Kong lift.
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The Masterpiece is a skyscrapers residential project in Tsim Sha Tsui developed by New World Development and Urban Renewal Authority. The project include luxury housing, Hyatt Regency and K11 Design Store. The base is K11 Design Store in floor area up to 340,000 sq ft. It has 6 layers and cost HKD 3 billion. The New World Development called it " The first design store in Global". Hyatt Regency is located in 10th-24th floor and it opened on 11th, October, 2009. The residential part is from 27th floor to 67th floor. It supply 345 units include 38 feature units which are connecting units and duplex units. The cover area are between 816 sq ft and 5,260 sq ft in 1-4 rooms layout. The project has the longest direct elevator in Hong Kong.
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The Victoria Towers is located in No. 188, Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, the border of Canton Road and Austin Road. The project has 3 buildings and each has 62 layers. It supplys 988 units. The height of the building is about 213m which ranking at 22nd among HK buildings' height. Since the building height limit is eased after Kai Tak Airport moved away, the Victoria Towers has open view and rank only second to The Masterpiece. And it also was the landmark of Tsim Sha Tsui between 2002 - 2008. The club here is about 50,000 sq ft and also has parking lots. There is the shopping mall in 17,000 sq ft at the base named "The harbour view Place Plaza".
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