As every local and visitor knows, bustling Tsim Sha Tsui East is a great place to shop and dine, and is also the cultural hub of Hong Kong. Also don’t miss the famous panoramic night view of Victoria Harbour and the world’s largest permanent light and sound show, A Symphony of Lights, at Tsim Sha Tsui East.

One of the best places to view this remarkable scene is at the promenade of Tsim Sha Tsui East on Kowloon side. Experience the night vista at Tsim Sha Tsui Centre and Empire Centre.

The Hong Kong skyline is the stage for A Symphony of Lights, a spectacular show featuring audio, lasers and pyrotechnics located on various buildings. The show commences at 8:00pm every evening.

At the Avenue of Stars you can find the hand-prints of local stars, statues, movie memorabilia and much more in this great tribute to the stars of the silver screen. (Temporarily closed for repair and improvement works)

The launch of the Hong Kong Cultural Centre marked a new era in the development of the performing arts in Hong Kong. It is the city’s premier cultural venue.

The museum has a collection of over 14,000 items where majorities are local and Chinese artpieces. (Closed for a Major Renovation)

The egg-shaped domed museum houses the first planetarium in the world with a fully automated control system, a hemispherical projection dome with a diameter of 23 metres. Regular activities at the Museum let visitors learn more about astronomy.

The museum houses over 500 exhibits nearly 70% of which are interactive. The most prominent exhibits are The Energy Machine, the largest device of its kind in the world and the DC-3 airplane, Cathay Pacific’s first airliner.