After stepping off the ship, take in Hong Kong’s stunning skyline as you stroll along the Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade, passing the Hong Hong Clock Tower and continuing to the
Between Ocean Terminal and Avenue of Stars, you might notice an unusual egg shaped building, which is actually the. Space enthusiasts and curious minds will find plenty of interactive exhibits to play with, a digital planetarium projector, Omnimax show, and a sky shows. Make the most of your time here with the mobile multimedia guide. Just next door you’ll find the newly renovated , which features more than 17,000 art objects in its collection, including calligraphy, antique Chinese treasures, paintings of historical significance and works by local artists. Dedicated to promoting local art while also shedding light on China’s long cultural legacy, the museum also offers range of education programmes.
It might not have the pools and bars of a cruise ship but the humbleexudes charm. Operating since the late 1800’s you can choose to sail from Tsim Tsa Tsui to Central or Wan Chai for under HK$3 during the week and still under HK$4 at weekends and on public holidays! The journey across the harbour is a wonderful way to surround yourself with the skyline and, if you get the timing right, offers a unique spot to watch the setting sun, or ‘A Symphony of Lights ’. If you opt for the ferry to Central, why not continue the seafaring theme with a visit to the at Central Pier 8?
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