• NEIGHBORHOOD GUIDE

TSIM SHA TSUI, HONG KONG

Where to feed your senses in the colorful chaos of downtown Hong Kong’s Tsim Sha Tsui neighborhood.

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THE MIRA HONG KONG

The energy and excitement of Hong Kong is inescapable – from the moment you step out onto the street you will be awash in a sea of street-style, flashing lights and tempting aromas that fill the air and tease your senses. Hours and days can be filled wandering through the colorful chaos of Tsim Sha Tsui’s streets, and The Mira Hong Kong is firmly planted in the middle of it all. A destination in its own right, the hotel is directly across from the leafy Kowloon Park, surrounded by a mix of local designers, luxury brands, and enough culinary variety to leave you rolling out of town like a little dumpling.
  • SHOPPING

    TEMPLE STREET NIGHT MARKET

    When the sun goes down the Temple Street Night Market comes to life. The wares on sale are not necessarily of good quality or value, but come for the atmosphere alone and great street food at one of the many seafood restaurants or BBQ grills.
    Temple Street
    Hong Kong
    Hongkong

  • DINING

    KNUTSFORD TERRACE

    Strung up with ferry lights, and with a variety of international retsaurants and bars, this lively terrace is ideal for an alfresco cocktail.
    Knutsford Terrace
    Tsim Sha Tsui
    Hong Kong

  • DESIGN & ARCHITECTURE

    KOWLOON SCULPTURE PARK

    At Kowloon Park there is a permanent display of twelve sculptures, complemented by a smaller, rotating selection, by local and international artists. Stroll through the park any time of the day to get a glimpse of local life.

    Kowloon Park
    Hong Kong
    KOWLOON PARK

  • DINING

    KWAN KEE SEAFOOD RESTAURANT

    Be sure to book if you want to secure a place at this busy restaurant, which is a real favorite with the locals. Of course the seafood is wonderful and fresh, but try the pork chops with strawberries if you want something different. Don’t know what to order? Just wait until you see something you like at a nearby table and point.
    1A Parkes Road
    Jordan
    Hong Kong
    KWAN KEE SEAFOOD RESTAURANT

  • SHOPPING

    MUSEUM OF ART

    This impressive museum houses Hong Kong’s best collection of Chinese antiquities and fine art, all accompanied by views over the harbor. To soak up more culture, join the free Tai Chi classes that take place on the promenade in front of the museum on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday mornings at 8am. 10 Salisbury Road
    Hong Kong
    MUSEUM OF ART

  • SHOPPING

    GRANVILLE STREET

    If you feel inspired by the style you see on the streets, give your own wardrobe a makeover on Granville street. You’ll find all manner of kitschy accessories (sequined handbag shaped like a panda, anyone?), as well as stores selling well-tailored garments by young, local designers. Granville Street
    Hong Kong

  • SHOPPING

    K11

    This multi-level "art mall" is not only filled with leading brands and a cornucopia of dining options - it is also dedicated to fostering the work of young, experimental and local artists. Check out K11 Select and K11 Design stores for the department’s own curated selection of fashion brands and design objects.
    18 Hanoi road
    Tsim Sha Tsui
    Hong Kong
    K11

Author

LEISHA JONES

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HONG KONG | MIRA | DIM SUM


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