Tsim Sha Tsui - Gallery

Gallery

  • General view of Tsim Sha Tsui East.

  • The Tsim Sha Tsui Pier for the Star Ferry, with Hong Kong Island in the background.

  • Salisbury Road by the waterfront at Tsim Sha Tsui East.

  • The Hong Kong Cultural Centre

  • The Former Marine Police Headquarters on Salisbury Road

  • The Avenue of Stars

  • The New World Centre shopping mall during the Christmas season

  • The Sogo department store at Tsim Sha Tsui

  • The waterfront of the Hong Kong Island on the opposite coast of the Victoria Harbour, as seen from Tsim Sha Tsui

  • The Hong Kong Museum of History

  • The Hong Kong Museum of Art

  • Two men angle for fish, while a janitor sweeps, near the waterfront at Tsim Sha Tsui East.

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