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Hong Kong Avenue of Comic Stars, Hong Kong

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  • When you happen to be around Tsim Sha Tsui, this place located inside Kowloon Park. Take a visit, make selfie portrait with some comic stars. Quite fun and free of charge! 
  • A free place to take many selfies with some comic stars...kids will enjoy...if in the area can visit ...don't need to go all the way 
  • Have a break and get your experience in a leisure walk. I was there during Autumn but was truly humid and hot. Despite the weather, I really like this park with lots of characters that I fond of besid...  more »
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  • I'm not sure if this is new, but if it isn't then it is really well maintained. Super clean and great looking, I had a blast looking and reading about Chinese (Hong Kong) comics. It stands out quite a bit when you walk from the correct side of Kowloon Park. It would be something that you could spend 15-20 minutes at while at Kowloon park. I went here because my hotel was right next to Kowloon park, and I went to see the Battery and aviary that was at the park as well. Not a must see if you are in Hong Kong, but if you have the time, then make the attempt.
  • Interesting visit. Many characters were unknown to me. I only recognised Lao Fu Zi!
  • Hello! Q Boy and Doctor A will be competitors to Sesame Street's Big Bird and Elmo in the third world! Yes, Q boy and Doctor A are created by Hong Kong cartoonists Fong Shumei and Ma Sing-yuen.
  • Like the normal Avenue of Stars, this one has the figurines of many comic characters, from the entrance all the way to the actual avenue. It's located on the fringe of kowloon park, and as a result, when visiting this place, you get many people hanging out, dancing, exercising, or doing taichi other than simply visiting this place. Worth a visit if you're around the area!
  • Really cool area with statues of new and old comic book characters. Excellent tourist place