1 - 130 people
3m2 - 453m2
To think of Hong Kong is to think of Kowloon: bustling streets lined with local eateries and markets like goldmines, full to the brim with treasures and treats. The distinct atmosphere combines proud tradition and rich history with forward-thinking innovation and a thriving economy. Some of Hong Kong’s oldest and most atmospheric streets weave through Kowloon. Tsim Sha Tsui’s unparalleled harbour setting offers iconic views across the water to Hong Kong Island’s soaring skyline. With colonial buildings, intriguing museums, thriving night markets, international cuisine and over-the-top commercialism, Kowloon is one of the most interesting and diverse destinations in the world.
While Hong Kong Island is the home to the country’s central business district, Kowloon is also a major business hub. It is particularly important for tourism, trade, commerce and finance. Tsim Sha Tsui, the cape on the tip of the Kowloon Peninsula, is where most of the action happens. It attracts hundreds of thousands of tourists a year and is pivotal in Hong Kong’s relations with Mainland China. Tsim Sha Tsui therefore offers unique opportunities for businesses looking to expand into Chinese markets.
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|Kowloon Tong Station; Waterloo Road||10 mins|
|Kowloon Tong Railway Station||10 mins|
|Hong Kong H K Heliport (HHP)||7.6 km|
|Hong Kong Intl (HKG)||35.1 km|
|KelKel’s Beer House||11 mins|
|Hong Kong Young Women's Christian Association (HKYWCA) Yau Yat Chuen Centre||11 mins|
|Taxi Stand||24 mins|
|Pause, Play & Forward||12 mins|