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15 februari 2011 | Massage,Tourism

The area of Kowloon consists of a few districts. this post is about all of them. if you would like more information please read further

Tsim Sha Tsui

Numerous stores and shopping of Kowloon compete with the factory shops in Granville Road, which are a must for bargain hunters.

The beautiful Harbour City is one of the largest and most famous shopping and entertainment complexes in the area, and includes Ocean Terminal, where cruise ships.At Star House, you can buy the latest computer equipment.

Canton Road, opposite Harbour City, is the perfect place to browse for designer clothes and fabulous clothes from local and international designers to obtain.

The famous “Golden Mile” (Golden Mile) on Nathan Road bustling day and night shoppers. It is famous for its dazzling collection of brightly lit, neon-decorated shops, hotels, restaurants and nightclubs.

Yau Ma Tei

Yau Ma Tei is always full of surprises. The streets of Yau Ma Tei, the sky at night with neon lighting, offering a large selection of jewelry and clothing stores. But Yau Ma Tei is more famous for its street markets. Wander at your leisure through the Temple Street Night Market and the Jade Market and discover the charm of this district.

Mongkok

Mong kok is most famous for the activity of its theme streets and fascinating street markets. Go for the latest audio-visual, electronic and telecommunications products to Sai Yeung Choi Street South, where many cosmetics stores and boutiques. Shantung Street and Dundas Street are famous for being the most sought after Japanese and Western fashions and accessories are sold.

If the corner, found in Tung Choi Street is the very popular Ladies’ Market, where shoppers for a cheap price apparel, accessories, trinkets and toys to buy. In “Sportswear Street” in Fa Yuen Street, with trendy sportswear and sports equipment.You can also visit the colorful Goldfish Market (Goldfish Market) to the north and the nearby Flower Market (Flower Market) and the Yuen Po Street Bird Garden (Bird Market).

For a more contemporary experience, then cross over to Nathan Road in Mong Cook latest landmark, Langham Place, which has 55,000 m2 of retail space, with air conditioning, where shoppers can find almost anything.

Hung Hom

Wander at your leisure through the inland cruise ship in Hong Kong. The Whampoa is “moored” at the site of a former dry dock. This 110-meter entertainment center in the shape of a boat, a game station, shops and clubs-the Wonderful Worlds of Whampoa “- is the center of the adjacent, expensive-Whampoa Gardens housing project.

Whampoa Gourmet Place, located in Phase 8 of the Wonderful Worlds of Whampoa, the brilliant idea of well-known gourmet Choi Lan from Hong Kong. It is home to 13 different restaurants offering local cuisines, including restaurants Szechuan Dan-Dan noodles serve Guangdong Wonton noodles and barbecue dishes.

Kowloon Tong
Festival Walk in Kowloon Tong is one of the many malls of Hong Kong. Visit the shops offering everything from furniture to fashion, restaurants, ice rink and a multiplex cinema.It is located directly above the MTR Kowloon Tong Station.

Ap Liu Street

Sham Shui Po
Sham Shui Po is renowned for its electronic gadgets. In Sham Shui Po can produce almost any computer product, a bargain for a good price. Apliu Street, also located in this district, is a market with lots of character. This market, focusing on electronic items, is a good place for the atmosphere of a Hong Kong market in your record and maybe even a bargain.


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