Avenue of StarsBack to Top
Located at the Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade, the Avenue of Stars pays tribute to Hong Kong's most celebrated movie stars and directors such as Jackie Chan and John Woo, featuring their hand prints, commemorative plaques and movie milestones.
About 15 minutes by car from the hotel
Temple Street and Ladies' MarketBack to Top
Located in Yau Ma Tei, the Temple Street night market offers an amazing range of inexpensive items for men and women, including clothing, watches, CDs and electronic gadgets. It is also great place to seek advice from a row of fortunetellers. The market opens from 4:00pm-12:00midnight. A nearby Ladies' Market in Mong Kok is also a must-visit destination for ladies who are looking for bargain clothing, bags and accessories.
About 2 minutes walking distance from the hotel
Jade MarketBack to Top
Jade associates with long life and good health. With over 400 stalls selling a wide range of jade pendants, rings, bracelets, and ornaments, this open market is a good place for jade lovers to buy some souvenirs. The market is located at the intersection of Kansu and Battery streets, and is open every Monday to Saturday from 10:00am-4:00pm.
About 5 minutes walking distance from the hotel
Bird Garden / Flower Market / Goldfish MarketBack to Top
Located in Yuen Po Street in Mong Kok, this charming garden contains some 70 songbird stalls, courtyards and moon gates. It's open from 7:00am-8:00pm. A nearby Flower Market showcases a wide range of affordable flowers including orchid plants, roses, plants and floral decorations. Ten minutes' walk away is the Goldfish Market (Tung Choi Street), where you will see different species of freshwater fish, saltwater fish, pythons and albino turtles. Shops are open from 10:30am daily.
About 10 minutes by car from the hotel
Tin Hau TempleBack to Top
Built in the 1880s, this is one of Kowloon's oldest temples. Tin Hau or "Queen of Heaven" is a beloved deity in Hong Kong, who according to legend was an excellent swimmer and a protector of fishermen and seafarer. The temple is open daily, from early morning till around 5:30 pm.
Yung Shue Tau SquareBack to Top
This place comes alive from late afternoon onwards. You will see hawkers, chinese chess players, fortune tellers and even cantonese opera singers in action.
Fa Yuen StreetBack to Top
The street runs parallel to Ladies Market. You will find sports, casual and fashion wear here, including some special and rare edition items. The shops are open from 10:30am-10:30pm everyday.
Mongkok Computer CentreBack to Top
For technology enthusiasts, the Mongkok Computer Centre has everything on computers and gadgets, as well as mobile phones. The stores are open from 11:00am-11:00pm.