its what you would expect with loads of tourists looking at office buildings.Nothing special but a view of big office buildings
Go at 8pm to see the light show of the skyline across the harbour! Actually, it can get pretty crowded so definitely go 20 or so minutes before to find a spot. We took the ferry across the harbour after seeing the light show to finish off our night. The promenade is clean, lined with palm trees, and a nice... More
Going for a run in TST is a real treat as you get to run along the waterfront prominade. As far as avenue of the stars is concerned, it is OK but the water is really calming and beautiful.
I have always been a water person, so my review could be biased. I took the ferry from Central to TST, its the cheapest (about HKD 2) & best ways to reach TST from HK Island. The promenade along the ocean is clean, offers beautiful views of the Hong Kong Island & the walk along is very refreshing. Every evening... More
A visit to the Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade during Chinese New Year is spectacular. Many colorful lantern displays adorned the area near the historical clock tower. It was a treat to be there as the sun set; it was then the lanterns illuminated the area. The stroll along the promenade takes you past the Cultural Center, Avenue of Stars, Museum... More
This is one of my favourite places to be in hk. It's a fun walk. Literally a stones throw away from the infamous Nathan Road full of shops and eateries. I love just sitting on a bench and staring at the skyline on Central side enjoying the view and the various boats trundling or zooming past. If bored hop on... More
The Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade is where the Avenue of Stars located. The promenade offer view of Victoria Harbour and of course the Hong Kong Island city skyline! The Bruce Lee statue located here too.
A stroll here is mandatory for every first-time visitor to HK. Besides being part of the trendy TST neighbourhood, it's also where the stars have left their mark. Hand prints of stars line the path, with some of the bigger names even getting characteristic statues. Does get crowded, but that's part of the fun.
Our hotel location gave us the option of using the promenade to get to the Star Ferry Terminal, which we took most days. However, it gets very busy, especially at the weekend. This is because part of the promenade includes the Avenue of Stars. Which are inserts of stars handprints, Bruce Lee, Jet Li and many, many more. So there... More
The recent improvements and upper walkway make this free and scenic path a sheer delight. Pass the Avenue of Stars and Bruce Lee statue and stroll along enjoying the stunning views of the harbour and across to Hong Kong island. There are many places to sit and most of the area has excellent free Wi-Fi so you can send your... More
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