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Avenue of Stars

The Avenue of Stars , modelled on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, is located along the Victoria Harbour waterfront in Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong. It honours celebrities of the Hong Kong film industry. The Avenue of Stars is the eastern node of several tourist attractions along the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront. In addition to the promenade and New World Centre, a number of attractions exist including the Museum of Art, Space Museum, Cultural Centre and the Clock Tower. Entering from Salisbury Garden, a ... View Detail

Hong Kong Wetland Park

Hong Kong Wetland Park is located in the north of Tin Shui Wai, the New Territories. The site of the park was initially intended for an ecological mitigation area to make up the lost wetlands during the urbanization process of Tin Shui Wai. In 1998, the Agriculture and Fisheries Department and Hong Kong Tourists Association did a research on whether a wetland tourist attraction can be built in Tin Shui Wai. Finally, they came to the same conclusion and decided to build a wetland park there ... View Detail

Kowloon Park

Located in the central zone of Tsim Sha Tsui in Hong Kong, Kowloon Park is one of the largest parks in Kowloon, covering an area of about 13.5 hectares (about 33 acres). It is said to be the 'green lung' at the centre of city. The park was opened by the then Governor, Sir David Trench on June 24th. In 1989, it was rebuilt, funded by the former Royal Hong Kong Jockey Club at a cost of about HK$300 million. The park was built in a classical Chinese style, and is visited by many tourists ... View Detail

Victoria Park

Victoria Park is a public park in Hong Kong, named after Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom. It is located in Causeway Bay, on the north of Hong Kong Island, between Causeway Bay and Tin Hau MTR stations. It is part of Eastern District, along the border with Wan Chai District, bordered by Victoria Park Road and then Victoria Harbour to the north and Causeway Road and Hong Kong Central Library to the south. The park underwent a major revamp in the early 2000s.History The park was formerly a ... View Detail

Golden Bauhinia Square

On July 1, 1997, the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (SAR) was formed following Great Britain's return of the territory to China. In celebration, China's Central Government presented a gilded bauhinia statue to Hong Kong. The statue was placed in the square next to the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre facing the Wan Chai waterfront. This location is now called Golden Bauhinia Square. The Monument in Commemoration of the Return of Hong Kong to China stands in one ... View Detail

Kowloon Walled City Park

The Kowloon Walled City Park occupies one of the most historic sites in the territory. Once strategically located at the north-eastern corner of the Kowloon peninsula and adjacent to what was to become Kowloon Bay, the site was used by imperial officials in the 15th century and was first fortified in 1668 when a signal station was established there. About 1810, a small fort was built at the head of the beach which then adjoined the site. The importance of the area to China's maritime ... View Detail

Pat Sin Leng Country Park

Pat Sin Leng Country Park is a country park in Hong Kong located in the Northeastern New Territories. Established 18 August 1978, the country park covers 3,125 hectares of natural terrain. It comprises the mountain range Pat Sin Leng and other spurs, including Wong Leng, Ping Fung Shan, Cloudy Hill and Kwai Tau Leng. Hok Tau Reservoir and Lau Shui Heung Reservoir are also within the country park.Ecology The catchment forests are habitats for avian species such as Crested Bulbul, Chinese ... View Detail

Statue Square

Statue Square is a public pedestrian square in Central, Hong Kong. Built entirely on reclaimed land at the end of the 19th century, Statue Square consists of two parts separated by Chater Road into a northern and a southern sections. It is bordered by Connaught Road Central in the north and by Des Voeux Road Central in the south. The name is a reference to the statues, mainly of British royalty, which stood on the square until the Japanese occupation of Hong Kong during WWII. Today, the only ... View Detail

South Lantau Country Park

Lantau South Country Park is one of two rural parks on Lantau Island, the other one being Lantau North Country Park and its extension. Lantau South Country Park is located on the south side of the island. It was designated in 1978. At 56.4 km2, it is the largest country park in Hong Kong. Famous scenic spot expansion pack, sesame bay shunt fort, the place such as the stone forest; Chi Ma Wan is a bay on southeastern Lantau Island, New Territories, Hong Kong. Chi Ma Wan Peninsula is where Chi ... View Detail

Sai Kung East Country Park

Sai Kung East Country Park is a 44.77 km2 country park in Sai Kung Peninsula in Hong Kong. It opened in 1978 with features like: High Island Reservoir : The High Island Reservoir , located in the far south eastern part of the Sai Kung Peninsula, was opened in 1978 helping to alleviate water shortage problems in Hong Kong. Its water capacity is approximately 273 million cubic metres. The area it occupies was originally the Kwun Mun Channel , which separated High Island from the Sai Kung ... View Detail