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The land for Tsim Sha Tsui East is east of Chatham Road South and was reclaimed from Hung Hom Bay in the 1970s. This is an area with lots of office buildings and restaurants. It has the Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade which is a tourist...More
As rents and tastes fluctuate the number of stores selling prescription eyeglass have drastically diminished in this area. My favorite store on Chatham Road closed. After doing some research I remembered the first time I was in Hong Kong 15 years ago and had a...More
When I first moved to HK back in the dark ages, this was all just water. Through reclamation it has become a focal point for expensive hotels and some of the museums that line the harbourfront starting from the Star ferry (not all of which...More
TST is a good place to stay if you need somewhere relatively central in Hong Kong, but cheaper than the island. It's got good metro links, there's a fair bit to do in the area, particularly in Mong Kok. HOWEVER, be prepared for every second...More
Tsim Sha Tsui East is the quieter and more low-key neighbor of busy TST. With blocks of hotels and commercial buildings, it is essentially the cosmopolitan part of Hong Kong. Good place to explore if you have extra time.
Have a good look around Nathan Rd, Kowloon Park is along Nathan Rd along with the Harbor area and Star Ferry.
Shopping along Nathan is good however your better off going to Shenzen on the China border for shopping as the $$$ value is much...More
Tsim Sha Tsui is one of the major tourist and shopping areas of Hong Kong. With a high concentration of hotels, retail shops and commercial offices – it’s a busy and bustling neighbourhood that never sleeps. On the surface, Tsim Sha Tsui seems to only feature an abundant number of high-end retail stores selling designer brands and jewelry, owing to its popularity with high-budget shopping tours. However, it also
contains a diverse range of attractions for the entire family. Whether taking a walk in Kowloon Park, exploring museums, going shopping or grabbing a bite to eat – Tsim Sha Tsui has something for everyone.
Response from PatrickL2026 | Reviewed this property |
Certainly you can walk or run around, though may not be a really straight and long distance. There are also many big and small restaurants, cheap or expensive, providing different tastes for you to choose.