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Tsim Sha Tsui

Aman Siddique
Since this is going to be your first day, just walk around, take the star ferry and explore the Tsim Sha Tsui neighbourhood.How to get there: Alight at Tsim Sha Tsui station and take Exit J, which brings you out right on the Promenade.Watch the symphony of lights- light & sound show at the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront, Timing- 8 PM every night (the show lasts for 13 minutes).After the show, take MRT and alight at Jordan station, exit A and turn right along Jordan Road and then right into Temple Street. Explore the night market and end your day with some dim sum & waffles (at Mammy Pancakes- highly recommended).
Travel Tales
This evening we chose to cruise on Victoria Harbor in a luxury yacht. To reach this place, we had to go to Tsim Sha Shui which was 2 stations away from ours and it was hardly 5-6mins, we reached the required place. MTR was in full speed that it can cover a kilometer in a minute. From the Tsim Sha Shui station, we walked for 5 mins and we reached the cruise starting point. Since we still had time to board our yacht, we strolled around and we could see clock tower, amazing skyline, sunset too.
Shubhi Agarwal
We then proceeded to Tsim Sha Tsui for Lunch & Shopping*. Rest of the day was spent roaming around the streets followed by Temple Street Night Market which is pretty cool for some souvenir shopping.
Anusha Nakshathra
We first headed to Tsim Sha Tsui to visit the Avenue of Stars. The Avenue of Stars pays tribute to all the famous actors who originated from HK and has statues and the hand prints of all the actors along the path that borders the harbour. Ir's a beautiful view and the spot with the Bruce Lee statue is always famous and crowded!