The Avenue of the Stars promenade was re-vamped a couple years ago and is now a beautiful, open pedestrian space that runs alongside the Victoria Harbour. Stepping off the Star Ferry, you can follow t...
Thanks to the refurbishment, they could've gone the other way and make it better than LA's walk of fame but instead they took all what was wrong with LA and made it more congested and commercial. E...
It’s a lovely area of the city, perfect for a stroll on an illuminated night. The scenery is breathtaking, and there’s plenty of space to keep safe. Also, there’s a great little Starbucks right by Bru...
The Avenue of Stars, modeled on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, is located along the Victoria Harbour waterfront in Tsim Sha Tsui. It honors celebrities of the Hong Kong film industry. The Avenue of Stars is the eastern node of several tourist attractions on the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront. Along the 440 m promenade, the story of Hong Kong's one hundred years of cinematic history is told through inscriptions printed on nine red pillars. Set into the promenade are plaques honoring the celebrities. The Avenue of Stars commands a stunning panoramic view across Victoria Harbour. At night it is a popular viewing place for the Symphony of Lights display.
Hong Kong Dragon Boat Carnival
Jumpin Gym USA (Tsim Sha Tsui Shop)
Nha Trang Vietnamese Cuisine
"Southeast Asian""Spectacular Views"
Rosewood Hong Kong
Tiffany & Co. (Harbour City)
Samsonite Black Label（Harbour City Ocean Terminal）
My first booking on trip.com was a flight ticket for a member of family from Jakarta to visit me in Hong Kong. I used to prepare Octopus card for family/friends when visiting Hong Kong. For tourist, Octopus card is available to buy or rent at trip.com and pick up at the Hong Kong airport. It is valid for use to shop, travel, eat, and play like a local since accepted by many retailers and transport providers. For a day tour in Hong Kong, we visit Avenue of Stars - Tsim Sha Tsui by MTR and paid with Octopus Card. We enjoyed and took pictures of waterside promenade with beautiful buildings scenery along the northern side of Victoria Harbour. There is the famous Bruce Lee Statue, one of Hong Kong’s landmarks. Then, we experience harbour cruise by Star Ferry which ticket might buy from trip.com. Afterward, we went to Causeway Bay, one of the busiest neighbourhoods on Hong Kong Island to shop and eat. Our menu choice was halal beef noodle near Sogo. To complete the journey, you might ride Ding Ding the ancient Hong Kong tram from Causeway Bay. Schedules of TramOramic Sightseeing Tours could be found at trip.com, too.
Really the beauty of Hong Kong, not just movie food and shopping, every trip to Hong Kong is a unique experience.
Star Avenue and Victoria Harbour are the first choices to take the Star Ferry at Star Ferry Terminal. You can take the Central Ferris Wheel in Central. The purple is especially suitable for taking pictures at night. You can also take the Peak Tram to the Victoria Peak to see the night view.
In the morning at Star Ferry Terminal, take the NWFB's manpower sightseeing car and explore the whole of Hong Kong to many classic attractions. Then go shopping in Causeway Bay, take a bus ride to the Mid-Levels Escalator in the afternoon, enjoy the local scenery of Hong Kong, and drink and eat in the Henan food area in the evening. Finally, the end of the trip, Lan Kwai Fong. Under the darkness of Hong Kong, have a drink with friends and meet new friends in Lan Kwai Fong.