30 Sights in Kowloon, China (with Map and Images)

Explore interesting sights in Kowloon, China. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 30 sights are available in Kowloon, China.

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1. Jao Tsung-I Academy

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The Jao Tsung-I Cultural Centre is a complex of buildings and multi-purpose cultural platform located at 800 Castle Peak Road, Lai Chi Kok, Kowloon, Hong Kong, named after the late Hong Kong sinologist Professor Jao Tsung-i. The Cultural Centre, formerly known as Lai Chi Kok Hospital, is a Grade 3 historic building in Hong Kong, which was revitalised in 2009 by the Hong Kong Chinese Cultural Heritage Promotion Centre (CWC) in the Revitalisation Partnership Programme of the Office of the Commissioner for Heritage of the Hong Kong Government Development Council. The facilities in the Lower District of Phase 1 opened in June 2012 and the public can visit historical attractions such as the Art Gallery, Conservation Hall, Skylight Cloud Shadow, Gift Pavilion, Old Pavilion and Ancient Stone Wall. The second phase was also completed in 2013 and officially opened on 16 June 2014. The entire restoration project cost more than HK$230 million, which was borne by the Hong Kong government and will be self-financing in the future. Therefore, operating expenses need to be supported by income from projects such as hostels and restaurants.

Wikipedia: 饒宗頤文化館 (ZH), Website

2. Lo Lung Hang Hill

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Lao LongKeng (English:) is a historical place name in Hong Kong, referring to a valley between the No.12 Mountain and the Lao LongKeng Mountain in the central Kowloon Peninsula of Hong Kong. LaLong Kit is located in the northwest of Hung Hom, Kowloon City District, south of Tugua Bay (bounded by Jiangxi Street), No.12 Mountain and south of Shandong (bounded by Renfeng Street and Alpine Road Park) (i. e., the former Valley Road Estate. On the west side of ollongkeng, the east he Wentian reservoir extends to the south to the north of the highland is named ollongkeng Mountain.

Wikipedia: 老龍坑山 (ZH)

3. Kwun Yam Temple

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The Temple is the largest temple in Kowloon, Hong Kong. It is located in the Hung Hom Hall and was built in 1873 by nearby residents. It is now listed as a historic building in Hong Kong and is managed by the Chinese Temple Committee. However, different from traditional Buddhism or Taoism, the non-Chinese temple fair group bid for the rental operation, which has been proposed by the proposal of the Christian Legislative Council members since 1928, and has been urged to abolish the Chinese temple fair and bidding system in recent years.

Wikipedia: 紅磡觀音廟 (ZH), Website

4. Ladies Market

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Tung Choi Street is a street situated between south of Sai Yeung Choi Street and Fa Yuen Street in Mong Kok, Kowloon, Hong Kong. It is one of the most well-known street markets in Hong Kong. Its southern section, popularly known as Ladies' Market or Ladies' Street (女人街), sells various, low-priced products for women and also other general merchandise. Its northern section not far above Bute Street, has a wide variety of affordable plants, pet supplies and animals especially goldfish since it is also known as "Goldfish Street".

Wikipedia: Tung Choi Street (EN)

5. Hong Kong Space Museum

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The Hong Kong Space Museum is an astronomy and space science museum located in Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong. Opened on 8 October 1980, it is managed by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department of the Hong Kong Government. The building is notable for its hemispherical shape, which contains a planetarium, the only one in Hong Kong. The main facilities of the museum are located in a building next to the planetarium, showcasing information about the Solar System, cosmology, and spaceflight.

Wikipedia: Hong Kong Space Museum (EN), Website

6. Temple Street Night Market

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Temple Street Night Market

Temple Street is a street located in the areas of Jordan and Yau Ma Tei in Kowloon, Hong Kong. It is known for its night market and as one of the busiest flea markets at night in the territory. The night market lies in the Yau Ma Tei, Jordan part of the street. Popular with tourists and locals alike in the evening, it is also common to see the place crowded at dusk. It sells cheap merchandise and food items. The place is sometimes known as "Men's Street".

Wikipedia: Temple Street, Hong Kong (EN)

7. Xiqu Centre

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The Chinese Opera Centre ( ) is a Chinese opera performance venue in Hong Kong , located at the junction of Canton Road and Austin Road West in the West Kowloon Cultural District of Tsim Sha Tsui , Kowloon. The 13,800-square-metre Xiqu Centre, the first project in the West Kowloon Cultural District, commenced construction on 24 September 2013 and was completed in 2018 at a cost of HK$2.7 billion to build and officially opened on 20 January 2019.

Wikipedia: 戲曲中心 (ZH)

8. Wong Tai Sin Cultural Garden

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Wong Tai Sin Cultural Park is a Park in Hong Kong, located in Wong Tai Sin Mose Park, Kowloon. The door number is No.8, Zhuyuan Dacheng Street, Wong Tai Sin District, Hong Kong. It is a park, and the entrance is located in Dongtou Village Road and Dacheng Street. The park was originally a nursery for Mose II Park, which was later converted by the Wong Tai Sin District Home Affairs Office for HK $13.7 million, and was opened in October 2008.

Wikipedia: 黃大仙文化公園 (ZH)

9. Chi Lin Nunnery

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Chi Lin NunneryRob Young from United Kingdom / CC BY 2.0

Chi Lin Nunnery is a large Buddhist temple complex located in Diamond Hill, Kowloon, Hong Kong. It was founded in 1934 as a retreat for Buddhist nuns and was rebuilt in the 1998 following the traditional Tang Dynasty architecture. The temple halls have statues of the Sakyamuni Buddha, the goddess of mercy Guanyin and other bodhisattvas. These statues are made from gold, clay, wood and stone.

Wikipedia: Chi Lin Nunnery (EN), Website

10. Sik Sik Yuen Wong Tai Sin

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Sik Sik Yuen Wong Tai Sin

Wong Tai Sin Temple is a well known shrine and tourist attraction in Hong Kong. It is dedicated to Wong Tai Sin, or the Great Immortal Wong. The 18,000 m2 (190,000 sq ft) Taoist temple is famed for the many prayers answered: "What you request is what you get" (有求必應) via a practice called kau chim. The temple is located on the southern side of Lion Rock in the north of Kowloon.

Wikipedia: Wong Tai Sin Temple (Hong Kong) (EN), Website

11. Han Garden

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Han Garden

Han Garden, located in Tokyo Street, Cheung Sha Wan, Kowloon, Hong Kong, was completed in December 1993 on the original site of Blocks 9 and 11 of the Lee Cheng Uk Estate, which were demolished in 1991. The facilities in the park are modeled after the Han Dynasty. It is managed and operated by the Hong Kong Housing Authority and is adjacent to the Lee Cheng Uk Han Tomb Museum.

Wikipedia: 漢花園 (ZH)

12. Fung Tak Park

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Fengde Park (English:) is located in Hong Kong, a theme park designed by the Chinese literary masterpiece Journey to the West; built by the Hong Kong-British government in 1995 at a cost of over HK $50 million, covering an area of about 1.07 hectares, divided into five theme areas: Huaguo Mountain, Wuzhi Mountain, Water Curtain Cave, Crystal Palace and Flaming Mountain.

Wikipedia: 鳳德公園 (ZH)

13. Sung Wong Toi Garden

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Sung Wong Toi is an important historic relic in Ma Tau Chung, Kowloon, Hong Kong. While its remaining portion is now located in the Sung Wong Toi Garden (宋皇臺花園) at the junction of Ma Tau Chung Road and Sung Wong Toi Road, it was originally a 45-metre-tall boulder standing on the top of Sacred Hill (聖山) in Ma Tau Chung above Kowloon Bay.

Wikipedia: Sung Wong Toi (EN)

14. Quarry Hill

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Quarry Hill is a hill east of Ho Man Tin near the east coast of the Kowloon Peninsula in Hong Kong where present-day Ho Man Tin (South) Estate is located. Its peak is 106.8 metres (350 ft) high. The area was once zoned as the Shek Shan Resettlement Area (石山徙置區), above Kau Pui Lung Road and near present-day Lok Man Sun Chuen.

Wikipedia: Quarry Hill (Hong Kong) (EN)

15. Hong Kong Cultural Centre

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The Hong Kong Cultural Centre is a multipurpose performance facility in Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong. Located at Salisbury Road, it was built by the former Urban Council and, since 2000, has been administered by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department of the Hong Kong Government. A wide variety of cultural performances are held here.

Wikipedia: Hong Kong Cultural Centre (EN), Website

16. Goldfish Street

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Goldfish Street

Goldfish Street or Goldfish Market - is a section of Tung Choi Street, north of Bute Street. There are numerous of shops selling tropical freshwater and marine fish, reptiles, vivariums etc. The shops open around 11 o'clock in the morning. There are also quite a few restaurants or street food vendors on this street.

Wikipedia: Goldfish Street (EN)

17. Hutchison Park

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Hutchison Park (English:). Public park on Grand Ring Dea Street, Kowloon, Hong Kong. Adjacent to Haiyi Ho Garden and Whampoa Gardens, funded by Hutchison Whampoa Group and transferred to the Government of Hong Kong on 26 October 1991, it is now under the jurisdiction of the Leisure and Cultural Affairs Department.

Wikipedia: 和黃公園 (ZH)

18. Kowloon City Hau Wong Temple

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Kowloon City is the Hou King Temple in Kowloon, Hong Kong, located at the junction of the United Road and the East Village Road, in the past at the south foot of the White Crane Mountain. Since 1928, it has been managed by the Chinese Temple Committee, and was rated by the Antiquities Office of Hong Kong in 2014.

Wikipedia: 九龍城侯王廟 (ZH), Website

19. International Commerce Centre

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The International Commerce Centre is a 108-storey, 484 m (1,588 ft) commercial skyscraper completed in 2010 in West Kowloon, Hong Kong. It is a part of the Union Square project on top of Kowloon station. It was the 4th tallest building in the world when its construction was completed in late 2010.

Wikipedia: International Commerce Centre (EN)

20. Sky100

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Sky100 is a 360-degree indoor observation deck on the 100th floor at 393m above sea level of the International Commerce Centre, in West Kowloon, Hong Kong, near Kowloon station. The deck offers views of Hong Kong Island, Victoria Harbour, the Kowloon Peninsula and Tai Mo Shan in the background.

Wikipedia: Sky100 (EN)

21. Anita Mui Statue

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The statue of singer and actress Anita Mui was installed on Hong Kong's Avenue of Stars, along Tsim Sha Tsui's waterfront in Kowloon, in 2014. The statue has been relocated to the Tsim Sha Tsui East Waterfront Podium Garden temporarily, during an ongoing waterfront revitalisation project.

Wikipedia: Statue of Anita Mui (EN)

22. 1881 Heritage

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The Former Marine Police Headquarters Compound, completed in 1884, is located in Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong. From 1884 to 1996, the Compound served as the headquarters for the Marine Police, which moved to Sai Wan Ho in 1996 and became a branch in the Hong Kong Police Force.

Wikipedia: Former Marine Police Headquarters (EN), Website

23. Bruce Lee Statue

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Bruce Lee Statue No machine-readable author provided / CC BY-SA 2.5

The Bruce Lee statue in Hong Kong is a bronze memorial statue of the martial artist Bruce Lee, who died on July 20 1973 at the age of 32, created by sculptor Cao Chong-en, and located on the Avenue of Stars attraction near the waterfront at Tsim Sha Tsui.

Wikipedia: Bruce Lee statue in Hong Kong (EN)

24. Yau Ma Tei Tin Hau Temple

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The Tin Hau Temple Complex is a temple in Yau Ma Tei, Kowloon, Hong Kong. It comprises a row of five adjacent buildings: a Tin Hau Temple, a Shing Wong Temple, a Kwun Yum temple, Shea Tan and Hsu Yuen. The nearby Temple Street is named after it.

Wikipedia: Tin Hau Temple Complex, Yau Ma Tei (EN)

25. Tai Wan Shan

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Tai Wan was a bay on the eastern Hung Hom, Kowloon Peninsula in Hong Kong. The southern end of the bay joined with the Hong Kong and Whampoa Dock. The name also refers to an area, which neighbours To Kwa Wan and the Whampoa Garden in Hung Hom.

Wikipedia: Tai Wan Shan (EN)

26. Lei Cheng Uk Han Tomb Museum

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Lei Cheng Uk Han Tomb Museum

The Lei Cheng Uk Han Tomb Museum is composed of a brick tomb and an exhibition hall adjacent to it. It is located at 41 Tonkin Street, in Cheung Sha Wan, Sham Shui Po District, in the northwestern part of the Kowloon Peninsula of Hong Kong.

Wikipedia: Lei Cheng Uk Han Tomb Museum (EN)

27. Nam Cheong Park

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The Nam Cheong Park is an urban park in the Sham Shui Po area of Kowloon, Hong Kong. The park is managed by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department. It is located near Nam Cheong station, Nam Cheong Estate, and Tung Chau Street Park.

Wikipedia: Nam Cheong Park (EN)

28. Health Education Exhibition and Resource Centre

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Health Education Exhibition and Resource Centre

The Health Education Exhibition and Resources Centre opened on 17 May 1997 in Kowloon Park, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong. It is under the management of the Food and Environmental Hygiene Department of the Government of Hong Kong.

Wikipedia: Health Education Exhibition and Resource Centre (EN), Website

29. Lok Kwan Street Park

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Lequn Street Park is located in the west of Dajiao Tsui, Kowloon. It is an industrial area and Liangxianju in the east. It was built in 1999. It is owned and managed by the Kangle and Cultural Affairs Department.

Wikipedia: 樂群街公園 (ZH)

30. Kowloon Public Pier

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Kowloon Public Pier or Tsim Sha Tsui Public Pier is a public pier in Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong. It approaches Hong Kong Cultural Centre and Victoria Harbour. Any boat can freely park at the pier.

Wikipedia: Kowloon Public Pier (EN)


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