Avenue of Stars, Hong Kong

The avenue of stars being a part of the Tsim Sha Tsui promenade was located along the 400-meter long bridge section on the northern side of the Victoria harbor. The Avenue has been constructed to show respect and as a tribute to the deceased and living movie stars of the Hong Kong film industry.

A brief description of the place

The avenue of stars is based on Hollywood’s Walk of fame celebrates the movie stars of Hong Kong film industry. Placed in the promenade, are Plaques that are laid in tribute to the stars, the total number of plaques today is 101 that has grown from 73.

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The Avenue of Stars was built as a part of the promenade along the waterfront around the New World Centre of the Tsim Sha Tsui East, Kowloon in the year of 2004 along with the renovation project with a spending of HK$40 million and was open to the general public on 28th of April 2004.


The main attractions of the avenue are statues and handprints of famous stars of the Chinese film industry and the exclusive views of the cityscape and the sunsets.


Unfortunately, the Avenue of Stars in Tsim Sha Tsui is closed for renovation, and it is expected to be completed by the end of 2018 but a selection of the Avenue of Stars exhibits is displayed at Garden of Stars and can be viewed by the public. The garden is located close to the Dorsett Wanchai Hong Kong – A well renowned Hong Kong Hotel. You can have a short visit to take a glimpse of the exhibits if you are planning your stay at this hotel.

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A Trip to the Victoria Harbour in Wan Chai – Hong Kong’s Lifeline

There are several ways to explore and enjoy the beauty of Victoria Harbour. One can board the Star Ferry cruises and take day trips across the harbour to the many sights and attractions along the way or watch the famous Symphony of Lights show.


The deep, sheltered waters in addition to the strategic location of Victoria Harbour on the South China Sea were the most significant aspects in making Hong Kong a British colony and its growth as a trading centre.

World’s busiest harbour

An average of 220,000 ships visits the harbour which compromises of both river vessels as well as ocean-faring ships. This includes both goods and passengers as cargo. Victoria Harbour is home to most of the port facilities of Hong Kong, making it amongst the world’s busiest.

When to visit

Victoria Harbour presents panoramic and impressive night views as well as views of the skyline that has made it world famous. The harbour is also the site of the fireworks display that is held annually for the Lunar New Year. Reserve your suite hotel in Hong Kong the likes of Cosmo Hotel Wan Chai Hong Kong and embark on your journey of discovery.


Possibly the highlight of the evening cruise is the lights show that comes on for 20 minutes every evening. Called the Symphony of Lights, one can see cityscape change colours and hues as a synchronized lights display show goes on.

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All You Need to Know about Hong Kong – Travel in Hong Kong Island

Hong Kong a vibrant metropolis is a one of kind destination to delight in. With a striking skyline of skyscrapers that truly sets it apart, this world-class city grants numerous experiences for the ardent leisure traveller.

Decide on the timing

The timing of your holiday will play a crucial role in determining the level of satisfaction you enjoy throughout your stay. The months of October, November and December are considered to be the best months to visit Hong Kong. The dry and mild weather, coupled with the golden sunshine creates the perfect conditions for outdoor explorations to take place.

Things to see in Hong Kong

When it comes to sights in Hong Kong, no holiday in the island would be complete without visiting the internationally recognized region in Hong Kong; Wan Chai. It was introduced to the world by the famous 1960’s movie ‘The World of Suzie Wong’. Be sure to base yourself in one of the centrally located hotels in Wan Chai Hong Kong the likes of Cosmo Hotel Hong Kong in order to reach many attractions without any hassle.

Things to do in Hong Kong

Take a city tour visiting the city’s most prominent attractions. No holiday on the island would be complete without a shopping excursion.

Places to eat in Hong Kong

Hong Kong is a city which offers a culinary excitement quite like no other. With flavours and cuisines catering to all palates and budgets, the city’s most famed restaurants include Lung King Heen, Club Qing and Yin Yang. In addition to the city’s main cuisine Cantonese, an exceptional range of Western options are also available.

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