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Updated by Auburn Silver on Feb 10, 2015
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Must visit places in Kowloon, Hong Kong

Kowloon is a vibrant city full of many attractions and great shopping spots. One of Hong Kong's most famous districts it attracts a large number of tourists each year.
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Tsim Sha Tsui

Tsim Sha Tsui
This is main district in Hong Kong which is known to be a giant world bazaar housing exclusive boutiques selling fashionable clothing, shoes and jewellery – in short it's a shopaholic's paradise. You never known what you will come across here, it could be a rare herb or traditional Chinese medication or a Bollywood themed memorabilia whatever it maybe you are sure going to enjoy your stroll. From the top end brands to the Asian street brands you find everything you will need in terms of shopping.
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Nathan Road

Nathan Road
Consisting of luxury hotel in Kowloon, several shops and restaurants this road is full of indescribable delights. After a busy and very noisy walk along Nathan road you can take break at the Kowloon Park, which you pass on the way. You find plenty of electronic equipment shops here as well as instant tailoring services.
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Wong Tai Sin Temple

Wong Tai Sin Temple
This is Taoist temple established in 1921 and is considered as one of the most famous temples in Hong Kong. Named after Wong Chuping who achieved enlightenment and became immortal after which he was referred to as Wong Tai Sin. His influence spread across the country in the early 20th century and he was considered to have the ability to heal wounds, rescue the dying as well as punish those who do evil. The Wong Tai Sin temple is renowned for its accurate fortune telling.
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Lantau Island

Lantau Island
This is the largest island in Hong Kong, now connected to Kowloon through a bridge. The key attraction of this island is the multimedia display named as the 'world's largest permanent light and sound show'. This is a very colourful light show with laser beams and searchlights that performs with synchronized music. This light show has five themes such as awakening, energy, heritage, partnership and the celebration.
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Mongkok

Mongkok
In Kowloon the number of places you can go shopping is endless. Mongkok can be said the most lively and vibrant district in the area. The bird garden is one of the highlights in this area and you also find plenty of shops for various goods. Great accommodation is available here in hotels such as Dorsett Mongkok Hong Kong from where you can access the best parts of the city. There is an endless list of small shops and food stalls to explore in this area.
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Gold fish Market

Gold fish Market
Rows upon rows, thousands of ornate fish primarily goldfish hung along the line of shops on the Goldfish Street is truly a magnificent spectacle. Taking a stroll through the Goldfish Market will allow you to take a glimpse of rare and exotic fish in any kind you can imagine. The best time to step into the market is in the evening, when it's dark outside the market lights up creating an enchanting atmosphere of a mystic aquarium. A special prominence is given to Goldfish in the market because Hong Kongers believe these fish are auspicious and will bring good luck and prosperity to one's home. Most fish are already placed in plastic bags ready to be sold to customers. In addition to the great varieties of fish available you also find other exotic pets including turtles, snakes, spiders, lizards and even the more mundane dogs and cats to be sold here.