Tsim Sha Tsui in the rain has a different flavor. It feels wonderful to see tall buildings looming. The contrast between day and night is also very interesting, each has its own style, showing the different figures of the Pearl of the East. The original Starlight Avenue is still telling about the brilliance of Hong Kong movies because it has been rebuilt and moved to the mountains. The names that are like thunder piercing ears grow up with us, bringing us a generation of unforgettable memories forever!
The whole area of Tsim Sha Tsui is so big that I can't go through it at all. All kinds of shopping malls and luxury stores have made me lose my way. Whether you want to eat, buy, drink or play, it can satisfy you here. The crowds are exaggerated. There are people everywhere, and the business district where you come to Hong Kong is bound to come.
In the morning, take a 60 yuan bus to Luohu, Shenzhen, at Huangpu Passenger Station (there is traffic jam for about 2 hours). After lunch, I went to the customs. I first exchanged HK$500 at the bank and passed the Customs by myself. It took about half an hour for many people to get through the customs. After purchasing an Octopus card for HK$150, I took the subway to Tsim Sha Tsui Station (HK$34 is too expensive! About 30 minutes. After leaving the station, you can walk to Victoria Harbour in less than 10 minutes. You can visit Starlight Avenue with lots of floor tiles with the handprints of Hong Kong stars.
Old Hong Kong smells good, old fairs are good. Things are not expensive. Some small souvenirs can be found here!
great placevto visit