Tsim Sha Tsui Cultural Centre
Look out for world-class ballet, musical and opera performances at the Cultural Centre throughout the year. The Hong Kong Ballet’s annual Christmas performance of The Nutcracker is a regular highlight.
Formerly the Police Married Quarters, the revitalized colonial-era complex is a hub for creative spaces and design studios, along with restaurants, shops and art galleries.
A treasure trove of shops and stalls selling traditional arts and crafts, the red-brick Western Market is one of the oldest structures in Sheung Wan.
Once a fisherman’s boat during the 1950s, this traditional Hong Kong sailing junk takes visitors back in time with a scenic tour of Victoria Harbour and its historical viewpoints.
The Clock Tower, one of the last remaining colonial landmarks in Tsim Sha Tsui, provides impressive views over the harbour towards Hong Kong Island.