Tsim Sha Tsui’s chaotic Central Escalators., the notorious multi-storey warren of shops, eateries and budget accommodation play a starring role in Wong Kar-wai’s melancholy romantic cop movie; eagle-eyed viewers will also spy the
Central’sstars in a pivotal action sequence in this second instalment of Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy — and again, keep an eye out for the Central Escalators.
Starring Chris Evans and Dakota Fanning, this Hollywood film about people with superhuman powers being pursued in Hong Kong showcases some of the city’s most bustling markets. Watch as Evans encounters triads at the Ladies Market in Mong Kok and paces through the busy Wan Chai Wet Market.
Centred on the themes of money and desire, this film about good-natured scammers features cameos of Tsim Sha Tsui’s Salisbury Road and the iconic The scammers later can be spotted at North Point’s lively . .