From Tsim Sha Tsui/Tsim East Metro Station, there are guided signs along the way to tell you the way to Starlight Avenue. It's clear that you won't get lost. There are many people on Starlight Avenue. Along the way, you can see the palm prints of famous stars, as well as souvenir stores. I remember Bruce Lee's 1:1 ratio on Starlight Avenue, many people are taking a group photo. Brother and Bruce Lee don't have palm prints. They're not there when they do it. In Victoria Harbour, you can see tall buildings on the opposite island. There's a light show at 8 p.m. You can also see Hong Kong local bands performing here, sitting around listening to them singing, enjoying the breeze gusts, very comfortable ~a group of people who work hard for local music, do not need you to give money, just listen attentively. At Starbucks on Starlight Avenue, I ordered a drink. What moved me was that the coffee maker painted a little girl with crayons on the cup. This is the first time that Starbucks has paintings on it. It hasn't happened in China yet. Next to it was a bar. When I was dazed at Victoria Harbor, a foreigner came to look at me. I was sorry. There are three Koreans sitting next door, listening to their Korean.. It seems that Hong Kong is an international metropolis. Starbucks also has no problem ordering in English. Victoria Harbour pier, there are boats to the island, as long as two Hong Kong dollars looks like, I don't remember, Brush Octopus. You can enjoy the scenery on both sides of the boat. There is a harbour city nearby, and almost all the common luxury brands can be found. There's also Apple's flagship store nearby. One-stop shopping is very convenient.