It's a narrow road, but it's just a few turns from Tsim Sha Tsui Metro Station. There are many food shops around it. It's two blocks down to Guangdong Road. It's about 16 minutes'walk to Victoria Harbour. Of course, if you walk fast for 10 minutes, you should be able to walk there. There are several high-priced hotels in this street. If your first stop is Tsim Sha Tsui, you can check out the nearby hotels online in advance, which is relatively good.
The location of Mingdeng No. 1 Hotel is good, not far from the exit of the subway station. The rooms are brand new, clean, well-equipped and comfortable. The service attitude of the hotel staff is also good, and the price is medium. Generally speaking, the total price ratio is quite high.
On the side of Chongqing Mansion, you can see the Mingdeng Road. The most famous Lanlan Ramen road is located at the intersection of Mingdeng Road and Myanmar Taiwan. There is another well-known Japanese Ramen shop, Dolphin King, on the Mingdeng Road. On this day, I came to Mindengjie, and was surprised to find that a new ice room was opened for Sister Hua. The last time I ate Sister Hua's ice room was on Pingshan Cultural Relics Road, which is far away. Now it's more convenient to open a new shop here.
Minden Road is not long. No. 1 is Victoria Harbour Hotel. There is a funny name "Dog Hair 3" in the middle. Finally, the Dolphin King, and some berths advertise "Rent Recruitment". It's cold during the day. Maybe there's another view in the night. Daoxiang (Star Tower Shop) has attracted a lot of attention.
Few people will forget Mien Dengjie, and those places in Mongkok are really somewhat discolored, but after the transformation, the packaging is beautiful, shops are standing, are mostly bars, the exterior walls are beautifully decorated, also attracted many tourists, there are many characteristic restaurants, many choices, afternoon tea, chat can be, but the street seems a little narrow.
Living near Tsim Sha Tsui, it's very convenient to go anywhere. I've seen many Hong Kong Tourist Opera, and I think it's a souvenir everywhere.