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|Tsuen Wan Line
Hong Kong Museum of History
Offering unrivalled insights into Hong Kong's dynamic character and rich past traditions, the many unique artefacts and displays on show at this fascinating museum are a must-see for all who cherish history.
|Hong Kong Space Museum
Hong Kong's magnificent Space Theatre is home of one of the world's largest planetariums and offers engrossing Omnimax screenings and Sky shows several times daily.
|Tsim Sha Tsui Clock Tower
The Clock Tower near the Star Ferry concourse in Tsim Sha Tsui was the train terminus before 1975. Situated next to the uniquely designed Hong Kong Cultural Centre, the 44-metre Tower, built of red brick and granite.
|Temple Street Market
Probably the best-known outdoor market in Asia, Temple Street is renowned for its night market. Starting from 7 pm nightly, the Market is a must for bargain hunters and offers genuinely astonishing variety and value for money. Here, stalls selling stylish clothing, cosmetics and useful household items nestle side-by-side with Dai Pai Dong food stalls offering tasty local seafood and other culinary favourites. Fortune-tellers, professional chess players and Chinese Opera performers are among the many others for whom Temple Street is a home from home.
Hong Kong's Jade Market was founded in 1984 and now trades daily between 10:00 am and 5:00 pm. With a wide variety of stalls and jade products, there really is no better place to stock up on jade accessories for your loved ones. The comprehensive range of choices on offer includes everything from valuable carvings to small, inexpensive trinkets. In addition, the chance to observe jade dealers bargaining with professional gestures is another draw for tourists.
The Tung Choi Street Ladies' Market between Argyle Street and Dundas Street is popular with both local and tourist shoppers. Its many stalls contain an amazing array of women's clothing, cosmetics, and accessories at bargain prices.
With hundreds of brightly coloured ornamental fish species, over a thousand different types of coral and aquariums of every size and shape, the Goldfish Market is a treat no fish fancier will want to miss.
A gaily-coloured riot of retail and wholesale florists' stalls, the flower market is the place to buy beautiful blooms at unbeatable prices. The best and busiest times to go are early in the morning when newly imported flowers and plants arrive.
|Yuen Po Street Bird Garden
To step into this delightful, traditional-style Chinese courtyard is to enter a world full of genuinely captivating sights and sounds. Here is the place where Hong Kong's bird lovers go to gaze at the many exotic species on offer and stock up on supplies for their feathered friends.
Located between Yen Chow Street and Nam Cheong Street, this charming flea market is renowned for selling bargain-priced new and second-hand electronics products such as audio and video equipment. With a little luck, you may also unearth antique clocks, old coins and other ancient relics.
|Sam Tung Uk Museum
Sam Tung Uk Museum is a 200-year old rural walled village, Sam Tung Uk Museum features displays of period furniture, handicrafts and agricultural equipment.
|Luk Yeung Galleria
Just a short stroll away from the nearby MTR station, Luk Yeung Galleria is home to probably the most diverse range of shops in Tsuen Wan. The neighbourhood is also a magnet for food lovers who simply adore the mouth-watering options on offer in the area's many authentically atmospheric Cantonese, Chiu Chow, Pekingnese and western-style fast food restaurants.