Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong
Categories: Neighborhoods, Piers & Boardwalks, Shopping, Tourist Spots
The vibrant and multi-faceted Tsim Sha Tsui represents one of the world’s most varied bazaars, placing luxury and designer shops alongside affordable stalls selling souvenirs and street food. The huge variety of experiences that the area and its merchants has to offer have grown out of a genuine metropolis. You'll find Bollywood-themed memorabilia, traditional Shanghainese tailors, and Asian streetwear boutiques. Hong Kong’s biggest shopping mall is also nearby, as well as several alfresco restaurants and bars to rest those weary feet. To visit Tsim Sha Tsui and get the most from your holiday in Hong Kong, create itinerary details personal to you using our Hong Kong tourist route planner.
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This is a great area to use as a home base. The harbor is there, as is Nathan Street for shopping. Be sure to take business cards of your hotel so if you get lost, you have your location Cantonese and... read more »
いつ行ってもたくさんの人で賑わっていて、活気のある場所。飲食店、洋服屋、マッサージ屋とありとあらゆるものが揃っていて、歩くだけでもとても楽しい。A lively and crowded with a lot of people when you go places. Nice restaurants, clothing shops, massage shop and all sorts of things, just a lot of fun.show original
Landed at Hong Kong airport. Caught the local route 21 bus from airport for about $33. Stayed at the Sheraton Towers Nathan Rd so we got off at stop 14. Good opportunity for shopping, trip on the ferr... read more »
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