I went there with my sister and her couple of friends on 29 July 2014. It was evening during the time when we arrived from Tsim Sha Tsui MTR. Before to able to see the statues and ornaments of the "Hollywood's Walk of Fame of the East", you be able to sky the panoramic view of Hong Kong Skyline.
The skyline is even more beautiful when it is at night time when it is beautiful lighted up.
There were many people there taking pictures and waiting for the Symphony of Lights show at 8 p.m. daily. Along the board way, you be able to see statues of Bruce Lee, Anita Mui (Mei Yan Fang), cartoon character McDull, and various status showing the filming history of Hong Kong.
Do look down on the floor and like the "Hollywood's Walk of Fame", you will be able to see name of various celebrities who contributed to the Hong Kong filming industry. You will see names, handprints and/or signatures of celebrities like, Run Run Shaw, Bruce Lee, Jackie Chan, Chow Yun Fat, Andy Lau, Aaron Wok, Tony Leung, Michelle Yeoh, Jet Li, oldies celebrities and others. However, not all plaques have the handprints and signatures as this attraction is quite new and before it's opened, some of the celebrity may no longer existed. Other than that, there are also exhibits describing the Hong Kong filming industries history.
There souvenir shops and benches to sit on along the way.
This place of interest would be very interesting to those who are familiar with the "East Hollywood". But never the less, most people when there for the amazing view of the skyline or Symphony of Lights. Do go there during evening as weather will be much cooler as you wait for the skyline to light up.
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