Tsim Sha Tsui Hotels are Close to Many Exciting Attractions
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Empire Hotel Kowloon Tsim Sha Tsui is situated in a central urban area of Kowloon, where visitors discover endless shops and have all the conveniences and excitement of a vibrant city. This luxury Tsim Sha Tsui hotel is accessible from all parts of Hong Kong via a seamless transportation hub by rail, land and sea and it is also within walking distance of the China-Macau Ferry Terminal, the gateway to China and the Pearl River Delta. Nearby attractions include Kowloon Park, Clock Tower, Avenue of Stars, Hong Kong Space Museum, Hong Kong Science Museum, Hong Kong Cultural Centre, Ladies' Market and Temple Street Night Market. Popular shopping malls in the district include Granville Road, Harbour City, Ocean Terminal, China-Hong Kong City and 1881 Heritage on Canton Road, The One, K11, iSquare and Park Lane on Nathan Road.
Our luxury hotel in Tsim Sha Tsui is just a 5 minute walk to MTR (underground train and rail) station; 8 minute walk to MTR East Rail Tsim Sha Tsui station; 10 minute MTR ride to MTR Airport Express (train) station; 15 minute walk to Star Ferry Terminal cruising across the Victoria Harbour to Central and Wanchai; 6 minute MTR ride to Central CBD (banking and finance center); 5 minute MTR ride to Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Center in Wan Chai; 42 minute MTR Airport Express ride to Hong Kong International Airport; 15 minute walk to a coach stop on Austin Road connecting to 15 major municipal districts of mainland China, including Guangzhou, Foshan, Chaozhou, Shantou, Qingyuan, Kaiping, and more.
L.E. Hotels Top Ten Things to Do in Tsim Sha Tsui
1. Ocean Park Hong Kong
Ocean Park Hong Kong is the largest amusement park in the city with thrill rides, giant pandas, water fun land and a world-class aquarium.
2. Golden Bauhinia Square
The national flag-rising ceremony is held every morning at Golden Bauhinia Square.
3. The Big Buddha and Po Lin Monastery
The biggest and most impressive bronze Buddha and beautiful Po Lin Monastery are in a lovely setting on Lantau Island.
4. The Peak
Tourists can enjoy one of the world's most stunning views of the city and its skylines at The Peak.
5. Hong Kong Disneyland
Hong Kong Disneyland is a world-renowned theme park with magic, adventure and a favorite cast of characters for all ages. It is a place to enjoy the magic moments with loved ones.
6. Clock Tower
Located near the Star Ferry Concourse, the Clock Tower is a declared monument and a landmark with historic significance since its establishment in 1915.
7. Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade
Stroll along the waterfront of Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade and enjoy the spectacular city skylines.
8. Avenue of Stars
Along the Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade are movie commemorative plaques, movie memorabilia and celebrity handprints.
9. Temple Street Night Market
Temple Street Night Market in Yaumatei is filled with booths and hawkers selling a variety of accessories and gift items.
10. Ladies' Market
The Ladies' Market on Tung Choi Street, Mongkok offers handbags, accessories and inexpensive clothing geared to women.