The Humphreys Neighborhood, Tsim Sha Tsui

NEIGHBOURHOOD

Visit the landmarks in Tsim Sha Tsui, all within walking distance from The Humphreys. Immerse into local culture, savour culinary delights from around the world, or let the spectacular harbour views take your breath away.

Wine & Dine

Alfresco Lane - Tsim Sha Tsui Centre & Empire Centre

Enjoy the dazzlingly night view of the Victoria Harbour while savouring the international dishes in one of these popular open-air eateries. It’s an ideal place for a relaxing Sunday with friends and family too!

Shopping

China Hong Kong City

Hailed as ‘Golden Gateway to China’, China Hong Kong City consists of a shopping centre, office buildings, a hotel, a bus terminus and China Ferry Terminal. Enjoy an all-in-one shopping experience here before your trip to Macau or Chinese cities.

Wine & Dine

China Hong Kong City Food Garden

Located on the Promenade Level of China Hong Kong City, Food Garden offers a diverse range of culinary delights at good value. Grab a quick coffee or savour dim sum in front of the stunning waterfront.

Parks & Leisure

Signal Hill Garden

Tucked away at Minden Row, Signal Hill Garden is the site of the Signal Hill Tower, which used to issue signals for the Hong Kong Observatory. The Edwardian-style tower has been designated as a Grade II historic building.

Parks & Leisure

Kowloon Park

Give your day a refreshing start in this 13.3-hectare, verdurous area. Have a walk around the flamingo pond, jog among tai chi practitioners or enjoy your morning swim at the pool.

History & Culture

Hong Kong Space Museum

Fancy a space journey? Stop by the egg-shaped dome on Salisbury Road and immerse yourself in the galaxy! Unveiled in 1980, the Hong Kong Space Museum comprises a state-of-the-art space theatre for OMNIMAX films.

History & Culture

Former Kowloon-Canton Railway Clock Tower

Often the first thing that comes to many Hong Kong people’s minds when you mention Tsim Sha Tsui, and surviving the Wars and standing by the city for over a century, the Clock Tower is still in operation today.

History & Culture

Hong Kong Cultural Centre

A key element on the Kowloon Peninsula waterfront, the eye-catching architecture is the cultural hub of the city.

Shopping

Harbour City

Sprawling along western Canton Road, Harbour City is home to a plethora of high-end brands.

Shopping

The One

Situated in Nathan Road, the 23-storey mall offers a wide range of shopping and dining options on high floors.

Shopping

iSquare

At the junction of Nathan Road and Peking Road, the 31-storey, glass-curtain building encompasses family-friendly shops, a wide range of restaurants and a cinema with an IMAX digital theatre.

Shopping

K11 Mall

Advocating a 'museum retail concept', K11 stages regular art exhibitions and performances in support of local artists and musicians.

Shopping

Sogo Department Store

SOGO Tsim Sha Tsui features premium cosmetic counters, men’s and women’s collections, a food court and a Japanese-style supermarket.

Wine & Dine

Knutsford Terrace

Knutsford Terrace earns its name as ‘Kowloon’s Lan Kwai Fong’ for the smorgasbord of quaint bars, cafés and restaurants. Tucked away from the busy streets, Knutsford Terrace enjoys great tranquillity.

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