With the cruise ship as its landmark, The Whampoa houses over 300 shops and is one of the largest shopping, dining and entertainment centres in Kowloon. A stroll along the harbourfront promenade also overlooks the spectacular view of Victoria Harbour.
Harbour City is the largest and most diverse shopping mall in Hong Kong. Harbour City is located in the heart of Hong Kong alongside the beautiful Victoria Harbour and offers a wide range of services including shopping, dining, entertainment and sightseeing. Harbour City has established itself as Hong Kong's marquee mall and a major attraction.
Harbour City is a one-stop shopping paradise with over 450 shops, 60 food & beverage outlets, gallery and 3 hotels all under one roof. With the “Star” Ferry Pier, it is home to cruise liner berths, maritime history and fabulous harbour view – all at its doorstep. It is easy to see where the mall drew the inspiration for its name.
Renovation and conversion works took place in 2001 to convert the depot into an Arts Village for local artists relocated from the Oil Street Arts Village in North Point. There are existing 12 \tenants in Cattle Depot, who are either individual artists or artistic organisations. The depot was confirmed a Grade II historic building¹ by the Antiquities Advisory Board in 2009.
Built in 1873, Hung Hom Kwun Yum Temple is one of the most significant local landmarks. During World War II, Hung Hom district was under attacked by heavy bombardments from the Japanese. There were heavy casualties in the surrounding areas but those people taking shelter in the temple were unharmed. The residents in the area believed that it was a miracle of Kwun Yum.
Since its opening in 1983, the Hong Kong Coliseum has established itself as one of the most popular multipurpose indoor stadiums in Hong Kong and is used for international sports events, spectacular entertainment programs, pop concerts and conventions. It is able to accommodate over 12,500 people and is considered one of the most iconic concert halls in Asia.