Tsim Sha Tsui:
Avenue of the Stars, TST Promenade, Clock Tower, Cultural Centre, 1881 Heritage, Salisbury Rd

Tsim Sha Tsui, often shortened TST, is situated in the southern part of Kowloon, facing Hong Kong Island. Along the southernmost part of Tsim Sha Tsui, you can walk along Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade, that offers amazing views of Victoria Harbour and HK Island's skyline. Part of the promenade features Avenue of the Stars, where you can find sculptures, handprints and footprints of movie stars, just like in Hollwood. The Bruce Lee sculpture is the most popular. The most famous landmark along the promenade is the Clock Tower, the only structure left from the demolished Kowloon Station, a historic railway station that was demolished replaced by the huge and not so beautiful Cultural Centre in the 80s. Parallel to TST Promenade, you find the busy Salisbury Road, where the legendary Peninsula Hotel, Hong Kong Museum of Arts and the Space Museum are situated, as well as the 1881 Heritage complex, that is a historic heritage former marine police building and fire station, that has been transformed into a luxury retail, entertainment and hotel complex. The famous Nathan Road also starts here (see this section).

International Commerce Center, HK:s tallest building (484m, 118 floors) is part of the Union Square Complex, here seen from Tsim Sha Tsui. Arcadia cruise ship, Kowloon harbour Arcadia cruise ship, Kowloon harbour Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, often shortend TST. Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui 02 Canton Road and 1881 Heritage Huge tree at Salisbury Road/Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui. Canton Road and 1881 Heritage 1881 Heritage is a luxury heritage shopping, hotel and entertainment complex, situated in the old Marine Police HQ and an old fire station, at the junction Salisbury Rd/Canton Rd. It opened in 2009 consist of a luxury hotel, several plazas, fountains, luxury stores, boutiques and a skyscraper, One Peking, built on top of the historic building. It was constructed in 1884 and is one of the four oldest surviving government buildings in HK. It reopened in 2009 as the redeveloped hertiage complex. 1881 Heritage is a luxury heritage shopping, hotel and entertainment complex, situated in the old Marine Police HQ and an old fire station, at the junction Salisbury Rd/Canton Rd. It opened in 2009 consist of a luxury hotel, several plazas, fountains, luxury stores, boutiques and a skyscraper, One Peking, built on top of the historic building. It was constructed in 1884 and is one of the four oldest surviving government buildings in HK. It reopened in 2009 as the redeveloped hertiage complex. 1881 Heritage is a luxury heritage shopping, hotel and entertainment complex, situated in the old Marine Police HQ and an old fire station, at the junction Salisbury Rd/Canton Rd. It opened in 2009 consist of a luxury hotel, several plazas, fountains, luxury stores, boutiques and a skyscraper, One Peking, built on top of the historic building. It was constructed in 1884 and is one of the four oldest surviving government buildings in HK. It reopened in 2009 as the redeveloped hertiage complex. 1881 Heritage 1881 Heritage 1881 Heritage 1881 Heritage is a luxury heritage shopping, hotel and entertainment complex, situated in the old Marine Police HQ and an old fire station, at the junction Salisbury Rd/Canton Rd. It opened in 2009 consist of a luxury hotel, several plazas, fountains, luxury stores, boutiques and a skyscraper, One Peking, built on top of the historic building. It was constructed in 1884 and is one of the four oldest surviving government buildings in HK. It reopened in 2009 as the redeveloped hertiage complex. 1881 Heritage and One Peking tower. The old fire station, part of 1881 Heritage. Space Museum from Salisbury Road The Peninsula Hotel, situated at the junction Nathan Rd/Salisbury Rd, is one of Hong Kong's oldest and most famous luxury hotels. The hotel was featured in a James Bond movie (The Man with the golden gun), a Batman movie (The Dark Knight) and is famous for its large fleet of Rolls-Royces. It opened in 1928 and has 300 rooms. In 1994 the Peninsula was expanded with a 30-storey tower, that has one of only to private helipads in the territory. Peninsula Hotel, Salisbury Road Peninsula Hotel, situated at the junction Nathan Rd/Salisbury Rd, is one of Hong Kong's oldest and most famous luxury hotels. The hotel was featured in a James Bond movie (The Man with the golden gun), a Batman movie (The Dark Knight) and is famous for its large fleet of Rolls-Royces. It opened in 1928 and has 300 rooms. In 1994 the Peninsula was expanded with a 30-storey tower, that has one of only to private helipads in the territory. Peninsula Hotel, situated at the junction Nathan Rd/Salisbury Rd, is one of Hong Kong's oldest and most famous luxury hotels. The hotel was featured in a James Bond movie (The Man with the golden gun), a Batman movie (The Dark Knight) and is famous for its large fleet of Rolls-Royces. It opened in 1928 and has 300 rooms. In 1994 the Peninsula was expanded with a 30-storey tower, that has one of only to private helipads in the territory. Cultural Center, situated between Salisbury Road and Victoria Harbour, opened in 1989 by Prince Charles and Princess Diana, at the site of the former Kowloon Station, a historic railway station that where torn down. Only the clock tower was preserved, a big controversy at the time. The Cultural Centre has a concert hall with over 2000 seats, two theatres, exhibition gallery and rehearsal rooms. Cultural Center, situated between Salisbury Road and Victoria Harbour, opened in 1989 by Prince Charles and Princess Diana, at the site of the former Kowloon Station, a historic railway station that where torn down. Only the clock tower was preserved, a big controversy at the time. The Cultural Centre has a concert hall with over 2000 seats, two theatres, exhibition gallery and rehearsal rooms. Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade 03 Tsim Sha Tsui Clock Tower, a famous landmark in Kowloon, is the only structure left from the old Kowloon Station, that was torn down in the 80s to make way for the new Cultural Centre. It is 44m tall and was built in 1915.
Officially it is named Former Kowloon-Canton Railway Clock Tower. TST Clock Tower and Cultural Centre. Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade and Cultural Centre.  The promenade stretches from the ferry terminal to Hung Hom, and includes Ave of the Stars. HK Island skyline seen from Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade. The Clock Tower "Symphony of lights" show seen from Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade. Cultural Center, situated between Salisbury Road and Victoria Harbour, opened in 1989 by Prince Charles and Princess Diana, at the site of the former Kowloon Station, a historic railway station that where torn down. Only the clock tower was preserved, a big controversy at the time. The Cultural Centre has a concert hall with over 2000 seats, two theatres, exhibition gallery and rehearsal rooms. TST Clock Tower Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade 14 Aqua Luna is the only copy left of the old fishing boats. Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade 16 The Avenue of the Stars is modelled after Hollywood's Walk on Fame, and is part of the  Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade on South Kowloon, that offers incredible views over Victoria Harbour and the skyline of Hong Kong Island, as well as several sculptures, handprints and footprints of famous Hong Kong movie stars. It opened in 2004 and cost 40 million HK$. Attractions like the Clock Tower, the Cultural Centre and the Space Museum are all situated along the promenade. Totally 107 film celebrities are honoured along the promenade. Avenue of the Stars, Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade Avenue of the Stars, Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade The Avenue of the Stars is modelled after Hollywood's Walk on Fame, and is part of the  Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade on South Kowloon, that offers incredible views over Victoria Harbour and the skyline of Hong Kong Island, as well as several sculptures, handprints and footprints of famous Hong Kong movie stars. It opened in 2004 and cost 40 million HK$. Attractions like the Clock Tower, the Cultural Centre and the Space Museum are all situated along the promenade. Totally 107 film celebrities are honoured along the promenade. Hotel InterContinental Hong Kong. Avenue of the Stars Avenue of the Stars Avenue of the Stars Avenue of the Stars Avenue of the Stars Avenue of the Stars Avenue of the Stars Avenue of the Stars Avenue of the Stars Avenue of the Stars Avenue of the Stars The star of Bruce Lee, Avenue of the Stars. The star of Jackie Chan, Avenue of the Stars. Avenue of the Stars on one of the many foggy days in HK. Buddy bears, Avenue of the Stars. The Avenue of the Stars is modelled after Hollywood's Walk on Fame, and is part of the  Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade on South Kowloon, that offers incredible views over Victoria Harbour and the skyline of Hong Kong Island, as well as several sculptures, handprints and footprints of famous Hong Kong movie stars. It opened in 2004 and cost 40 million HK$. Attractions like the Clock Tower, the Cultural Centre and the Space Museum are all situated along the promenade. Totally 107 film celebrities are honoured along the promenade. The star of Jet Li, Avenue of the Stars. Bruce Lee statue, Avenue of the Stars. It was erected in 2005. Bruce Lee statue, Avenue of the Stars Bruce Lee statue, Avenue of the Stars Avenue of the Stars Avenue of the Stars Avenue of the Stars Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade 45 Pig statue, Avenue of the Stars Pig statue, Avenue of the Stars Tsim Sha Tsui skyline with The Masterpiece, a 67-storey skyscraper from 2007,  in the middle. Kowloon Shangri-La Hotel, Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade 49 Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade. Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade 53 Tsim Sha Tsui skyline with The Masterpiece, a 67-storey skyscraper from 2007,  in the middle. Starbucks at TST Promenade is one of the best places to sit and watch the skyline at sunset. Starbucks at TST Promenade is one of the best places to sit and watch the skyline at sunset. HK Island skyline seen from Avenue of the Stars. HK Island skyline seen from Avenue of the Stars. HK Island skyline seen from Avenue of the Stars. Tsim Sha Tsui Clock Tower, a famous landmark in Kowloon, is the only structure left from the old Kowloon Station, that was torn down in the 80s to make way for the new Cultural Centre. It is 44m tall and was built in 1915.
Oficially it is named Former Kowloon-Canton Railway Clock Tower.