Tsim Sha Tsui is a shopping and nightlife district in Kowloon. Casual eateries and eclectic local shops are packed along neon-lit Nathan Road, while luxury malls line nearby Canton Road. The Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade, on Victoria Harbour, is a popular spot to appreciate Hong Kong's skyline views, while mainstream concerts and musicals are performed at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre.
Tsim Sha Tsui is a shopping and nightlife district in Kowloon. Casual eateries and eclectic local shops are packed along neon-lit Nathan Road, while luxury malls line nearby Canton Road. The Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade, on Victoria Harbour, is a popular spot to appreciate Hong Kong's skyline views, while mainstream concerts and musicals are performed at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre. #merryxmas
How to eat in Hong Kong? This Hong Kong food map, please collect
For food, the most like is sour, sweet, bitter, spicy, here you can't meet, in Tsim Sha Tsui, Jordan, Yau Ma Tei, every street Filled with snacks, eating and strolling, the calories burned invisibly give summer and summer a illusion that I have a stomach that eats all over Hong Kong.
Australian milk company
unintentionally found store, which is produced and sold from fresh milk to finished products. Double skin milk is smooth, fresh and tender, and it is highly recommended. It is recommended for the original ice-cold, one mouth cavity, first in the mouth, feel the natural sweetness of the double skin milk, then slide down the esophagus and fall into the stomach bag, the movement is completed naturally. When you walk into the store, you must follow the instructions of the waiter. Generally speaking, the food will be delivered within 10 seconds after ordering. Almost the left hand orders, the right hand food, and the hand and mouth. If you enter the environment, you will not waste time.
Jade Garden Restaurant
The food is compatible and packaged, both Chinese and Western. It is recommended to taste authentic Hong Kong-style tea restaurant and morning tea, Hong Kong-style desserts and street food. I really don't know what to eat and eat Tsui Wah, too happy, just do not step on the thunder. Hong Kong's famous chain tea restaurant has almost become a representative of Hong Kong-style catering culture and has been red all the way to the Mainland.
The creamy pig bites down and is very mild, without any other modifications, you will fall in love with that taste, really hard to name~ sitting in the old-fashioned card, looking at the tiles on the wall and The mosaic on the ground can't help but have the magic that makes people cross the Hong Kong opera in the 1960s and 1970s.
The characteristics and soul of a city will surely condense in the unique local cuisine. What kind of city is worth my time to go, Hong Kong is one of my answers, just get off at a certain station, wandering aimlessly, but can find surprises from time to time. It is said that there are a lot of stocks in Hong Kong restaurants recently. Don't worry~ give me some time, I will share them slowly.
Summary of food distribution near the subway station (some have many branches for reference)
:, Shengxiangyuan, Dichaiji, Tandao, Taichang cake shop, super group bread cake, ,
: , ,, Jiale Ice Hall, Yuanji Dessert
Jordon :Australian Milk Company, Yishun Milk Company, Jiajia Dessert
Causeway Bay: Yilan Ramen, Congyi Private House Dessert, Songji Syrup, Wenhui Cuttlefish King, He Hongji
Tsim Sha Tsui: Macau Tea Restaurant, Pie&Tart , Mommy Eggs, Jenny Cookies, Chi Kee, Tsui Wah Restaurant
Mong Kok: Fu Kee Congee, Jinhua Ice Hall, Huaxing Ice Room, Feijie Snack Shop, Hair Dessert, Sister Kee Congee
: Hongxing Food Hall, Shaying King, Meidu Tea Room,
Hong Kong | Tsim Sha Tsui super cost-effective hotel
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Although I was looking at the picture, it was quite spacious
but I thought it would be more than 20 flats
I didnt think it was so big...
I asked the waiter this room. 63 square meters
This should be the best value I have ever lived ~
RMB 1000 a night, and during the Spring Festival! !
Location is in Tsim Sha Tsui, a few minutes from the subway, there are also a lot of bus stops, it is very convenient to go anywhere, highly recommended!
The service is superb, the front desk speaks Mandarin, there is no need to collect a deposit, you can also store your luggage
there are many restaurants and tea restaurants around, even if you are too lazy to go far, you can eat a lot of delicious Hong Kong restaurants~
Tsim Sha Tsui is located at the southern tip of the Kowloon Peninsula. It abuts Victoria Harbour and lies just across the water from Hong Kong Island. Shopping is a major attraction in Tsim Sha Tsui with many luxury brands lining the streets. Attractions include Kowloon Park, the Hong Kong Culture Centre, the Hong Kong Space Museum, and the Hong Kong Museum of Art. The areas next to Victoria Harbour offer stunning views of Hong Kong Island and the central business district. Owing to its popularity and location, there is lots to see and do in Tsim Sha Tsui.