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A Bright New Year at Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade
A Bright New Year at Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade
A Bright New Year at Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade

Follow the Lucky Rabbits
A Bright New Year at Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade

To ring in the Year of the Rabbit, Tsim Sha Tsui will be adorned with 20 adorable rabbit mascots — follow them to reach the viewing deck, the perfect spot to admire the Victoria Harbour skyline. As night falls, the viewing deck will come to life with a glimmering light performance, accompanied by celebratory music. Photo spots abound here, so be sure to capture your memorable moments with the lucky rabbits to bring in good fortune for the new year.

Date 19 January to 5 February 2023
Opening hours 7am to 11pm
Venue Hong Kong Cultural Centre Viewing Deck, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon

Explore the neighbourhood

Tsim Sha Tsui is home to some of the city’s best malls, restaurants and museums. Looking  to start the year with some cultural activities? Visit the museums nearby for special exhibitions on Chinese culture, such as Chinese calligraphy and traditional wedding customs. The sought-after dinosaur exhibition at the Science Museum has also been extended for the new year period.

Hong Kong Museum of Art

Writing fai chun is a traditional Chinese New Year custom, but how much do you know about Chinese calligraphy? The Hong Kong Museum of Art (HKMOA) presents ‘By the People: Creative Chinese Characters’, an exhibition that explores the use of Chinese characters in everyday life, business and artistic creation. Meanwhile, ‘City Rhymes: The Melodious Notes of Calligraphy’ is an interactive exhibition that showcases over 70 pieces of Hong Kong calligraphers. You can even try your hands at calligraphy by using water in place of ink at the exhibition, and enjoy a hearty Australian meal at Hue, a hidden restaurant within HKMOA, and a perfect place to take in panoramic views of Victoria Harbour.

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Haiphong Road Temporary Cooked Food Hawker Bazaar

For a taste of authentic Hong Kong food, the Tsim Sha Tsui Haiphong Road Temporary Cooked Food Bazaar offers heart-warming beef balls, pork chops, Hong Kong-style milk tea and French toast. Renovated in 2020, the market retains its tin roof, rounded lanterns and large fans, giving it a nostalgic Hong Kong atmosphere.

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Hong Kong Museum of History

Double the happiness this Chinese New Year with a visit to the Hong Kong Museum of History, where you can soak in the joyful atmosphere of a traditional wedding. The ‘Joyous Destiny: A Selection of Wedding Memorabilia from the Museum’s Collections’ exhibition features over 60 pieces of precious wedding artefacts, showcasing traditional Chinese marriage rituals and customs, including wedding documents, accessories, dresses, sedan chairs and more.​

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Hong Kong Science Museum

The Hong Kong Science Museum has extended its sought-after exhibition ‘The Big Eight — Dinosaur Revelation’ until 22 February 2023. The exhibition features eight sets of rare assembled fossil skeletons and a baby sauropod on loan from museums and institutions in Germany, Switzerland and the Netherlands.

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Tsim Sha Tsui Clock Tower

The Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront has preserved a handful of historic landmarks. The most iconic one has to be the Tsim Sha Tsui Clock Tower, which rings at hourly intervals from 8am to 12am daily.

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1881 Heritage

Neighbouring the clock tower is 1881 Heritage, best known for its Victorian-style architecture. The Former Marine Police Headquarters has transformed into a popular shopping and dining hub, where visitors can still experience its classical charm.

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Avenue of Stars

The Avenue of Stars on the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront is lined with handprints and signatures of over 100 movie stars and directors. Redesigned in 2019, the bronze statue of Bruce Lee was installed with a flowing water base, echoing his “be water” Jeet Kune Do philosophy. Visitors can find out more about the stars by scanning the QR codes, and take interactive photos with the statues of Bruce Lee and Anita Mui using the SnapPop augmented reality (AR) app.

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Hong Kong Museum of Art

Hong Kong Museum of Art

Writing fai chun is a traditional Chinese New Year custom, but how much do you know about Chinese calligraphy? The Hong Kong Museum of Art (HKMOA) presents ‘By the People: Creative Chinese Characters’, an exhibition that explores the use of Chinese characters in everyday life, business and artistic creation. Meanwhile, ‘City Rhymes: The Melodious Notes of Calligraphy’ is an interactive exhibition that showcases over 70 pieces of Hong Kong calligraphers. You can even try your hands at calligraphy by using water in place of ink at the exhibition, and enjoy a hearty Australian meal at Hue, a hidden restaurant within HKMOA, and a perfect place to take in panoramic views of Victoria Harbour.

Next: Haiphong Road Temporary Cooked Food Hawker Bazaar
Haiphong Road Temporary Cooked Food Hawker Bazaar

Haiphong Road Temporary Cooked Food Hawker Bazaar

For a taste of authentic Hong Kong food, the Tsim Sha Tsui Haiphong Road Temporary Cooked Food Bazaar offers heart-warming beef balls, pork chops, Hong Kong-style milk tea and French toast. Renovated in 2020, the market retains its tin roof, rounded lanterns and large fans, giving it a nostalgic Hong Kong atmosphere.

Next: Hong Kong Museum of History
Hong Kong Museum of History

Hong Kong Museum of History

Double the happiness this Chinese New Year with a visit to the Hong Kong Museum of History, where you can soak in the joyful atmosphere of a traditional wedding. The ‘Joyous Destiny: A Selection of Wedding Memorabilia from the Museum’s Collections’ exhibition features over 60 pieces of precious wedding artefacts, showcasing traditional Chinese marriage rituals and customs, including wedding documents, accessories, dresses, sedan chairs and more.​

Next: Hong Kong Science Museum
Hong Kong Science Museum

Hong Kong Science Museum

The Hong Kong Science Museum has extended its sought-after exhibition ‘The Big Eight — Dinosaur Revelation’ until 22 February 2023. The exhibition features eight sets of rare assembled fossil skeletons and a baby sauropod on loan from museums and institutions in Germany, Switzerland and the Netherlands.

Next: Tsim Sha Tsui Clock Tower
Tsim Sha Tsui Clock Tower

Tsim Sha Tsui Clock Tower

The Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront has preserved a handful of historic landmarks. The most iconic one has to be the Tsim Sha Tsui Clock Tower, which rings at hourly intervals from 8am to 12am daily.

Next: 1881 Heritage
1881 Heritage

1881 Heritage

Neighbouring the clock tower is 1881 Heritage, best known for its Victorian-style architecture. The Former Marine Police Headquarters has transformed into a popular shopping and dining hub, where visitors can still experience its classical charm.

Next stop: Avenue of Stars
Avenue of Stars

Avenue of Stars

The Avenue of Stars on the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront is lined with handprints and signatures of over 100 movie stars and directors. Redesigned in 2019, the bronze statue of Bruce Lee was installed with a flowing water base, echoing his “be water” Jeet Kune Do philosophy. Visitors can find out more about the stars by scanning the QR codes, and take interactive photos with the statues of Bruce Lee and Anita Mui using the SnapPop augmented reality (AR) app.

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