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Top Rated Must Visit Places In Kowloon – Central Hub In Hong Kong!

Kowloon located at the apex of mainland China has much to offer the curious tourist. Once an extension of Hong Kong, during British rule, Kowloon is rich in culture and history. Explore museums markets and entertainment venues amongst these must visit places in Kowloon.

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Shop At Temple Street Night Market

One of the must visit places in Kowloon is the Temple Street Night Market. This exciting bazaar is not just for the shopaholic. It's a place of wonder for the curious tourist out exploring. Besides, its open at night and perfect for a leisurely shopping spree. Starting from sunset the market stays open till around 11 pm and is perfect for picking up all sorts of nick-knacks from DVDs to clothing. There are plenty of food stalls too, so you can make it a shopping and dining spree. Oh, and make sure to haggle! Its expected and the only way to get the best price for goods. The best Kowloon hotel Hong Kong has to offer will most likely be located close to Temple Street, ideal for exploring the attractions. Even international hotel chains like Travelodge Hotels Asia, choose hubs like Kowloon for guests to enjoy convenient locations.

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Explore The Avenue Of Stars

Set against the stunning surroundings of Victoria Harbour, the Avenue of Stars is similar to Hollywood's Walk of Fame, applauding local stars. Located in the Tsim Sha Tsui district the avenue is a waterfront promenade made up of 100 plaques and autographs of celebrated local stars. The flooring is inlaid with special lighting to make it glow in the night. Sculptures and an enchanting ambience make the place a favourite spot for photographs and hanging out.

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Check Out The Wong Tai Sin Temple

This serene and elegant temple is dedicated to three faiths. Taoism, Buddhism and Confucianism. The 18,000sqm complex is ideal to observe ancient customs, discover vintage relics and see how devotees pray. Explore the most noted parts of the temple, consisting of the Taoist Temple, the Nine Dragons Wall and Three Saint Hall. The inner walls are inlaid with ancient inscriptions while the temple itself is built to vintage Chinese architectural styles. Hence, its an elaborate structure made up of a gold roof and striking red pillars.

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Shop At The Jade Market And Explore Jade Street

Jade Market, as the name suggests, is a bazaar for various products made from the semi-precious Jade stone. Shop for ornaments, pendants, rings, statues and a variety of fashion jewellery all turned out of the green stone. Jade Street located next to the market is lined with shops selling a variety of products, made from both Jade and other semi-precious stones.

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Enjoy The Traditional Entertainment At Hong Kong Cultural Centre

The cultural centre is home to a variety of entertainment. Check out the schedule and plan to enjoy live performances, musical concerts, theatrical productions, both European and Chines opera and ballet shows. There are times world famous artists perform at this venue. Hence keeping a tab of the entertainment time table will help you catch a world class show, at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre.