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Hong Kong Tsim Sha Tsui & Jordan Neighbourhood Guide

Kowloon is often called “the dark side” by those living on Hong Kong island. Don’t let that put you off. Tsim Sha Tsui or TST is busy and chaotic, but also full of unique and authentic experiences. Take in the nightly Symphony of Lights show where buildings across the harbour are lit from the waterfront or, our preference, with a drink in hand at a nearby rooftop bar. Head to the Harbour City Shopping Centre if you’re in the mood for shopping or to the Hong Kong Museum of Art for a bit of art and culture, or if you want both, the K11 shopping centre features unique art throughout the building. Next door Jordan is much less touristy and the perfect place to try local favourites like wonton noodles and Sichuan hot pot.

Best Hotels in Tsim Sha Tsui & Jordan

The Mira Hong Kong

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Boasting Michelin Star dining and stylish lifestyle-designed rooms, The Mira Hong Kong provides exclusive personalised concierge service. It features smoke-free rooms with a pillow menu and free Wi-Fi access. The Mira is located along vibrant ... Read more

Hotel ICON

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Designed by famous local architects, the stylish Hotel ICON enjoys harbour views in Tsimshatsui East Kowloon. It presents a rooftop outdoor heated pool, pampering spa services and a health club. ICON is a 5-minute walk ... Read more

Hullett House

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Hullett House, a winner of the TripAdvisor Traveler's Choice for 2015, is in a beautiful colonial building dating back to 1881. It is located in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui, in 1881 Heritage shopping ... Read more

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Best Restaurants in Tsim Sha Tsui & Jordan

Din Tai Fung

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Reviewed by: EataCity - HK Magazine - Michelin -

Din Tai Fung is a global phenomenon in waiting. It’s actually a chain with branches throughout Asia and a couple in the U.S. and Australia. Everyone we know that has been to Din Tai Fung ... Read more

As You Like

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Reviewed by: EataCity - HK Magazine -

As You Like isn’t so much a restaurant, as it is an empty shop set up with the most basic tables and chairs and a few portable gas cookers. Don’t let its appearance fool you, ... Read more

Nanhai no.1

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Reviewed by: EataCity - Food Craver - HK Magazine -

The real attraction here is the amazing 180 degree views across the harbour towards Hong Kong island. Perched on the 30th floor of the iSquare building in the middle of Tsim Sha Tsui, Nanhai boasts ... Read more

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Best Bars in Tsim Sha Tsui & Jordan


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Famous for being the highest bar in the world, Ozone is located on the 118th floor inside the Ritz Carlton hotel. If you’re not afraid of heights, this place is a must visit - the ... Read more


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Upmarket cocktail bar inside the Langham hotel with the same name as its sister bar that was recently awarded the world’s best bar in London. The recently renovated interior is elegant and sophisticated. Artesian serves ... Read more



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Japanese cocktail and whisky bar located on the fifth floor of a non-descript building. As you get out the elevator into the cosy room with 20-seats and a wooden bar, you’ll be greeted in Japanese. ... Read more


Outdoor AreaViews

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Located on the 30th floor of the iSquare building in the middle of Tsim Sha Tsui, the real attraction here is the amazing 180 degree views across the harbour towards Hong Kong island. The outdoor ... Read more

Knutsford Terrace


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Home to dozens of bars and restaurants, and a popular destination for after work drinks, Knutsford Terrace is known as the Lan Kwai Fong of Kowloon. There’s something for everyone here - from Korean bars ... Read more

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Best Cafes in Tsim Sha Tsui & Jordan

18 Grams

Great Coffee

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One of the first cafes in Hong Kong to serve serious coffee. This little coffee bar is tucked inside the supermarket section of CitySuper, which is inside the Harbour City Shopping Mall. Perfect place to ... Read more

N1 Coffee & Co.

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Best coffee in Tsim Sha Tsui. This little hipster cafe is a great place to chill out and hide from the touts on Nathan road. They serve an all day full English breakfast as well ... Read more

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Best Food Market in Tsim Sha Tsui & Jordan

Temple Street Market

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Temple Street is a street located in the areas of Jordan and Yau Ma Tei in Kowloon, Hong Kong. It is known for its night market and one of the busiest flea markets at night ... Read more

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Best Street Food in Tsim Sha Tsui & Jordan

Mak Man Kee Noodle Shop


Reviewed by: Daniel Food Diary - EataCity - Food Craver -

Wonton noodles is a classic Cantonese dish, typically eaten in between meals as a snack rather than a proper meal by itself. A good bowl will have wontons made with 100% large prawns, noodles that ... Read more

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What to See and Do in Tsim Sha Tsui & Jordan

Star Ferry - TST

Star Ferry - TST

Cross harbour passenger ferry service running since 1888

Hong Kong Museums

Hong Kong Museums

Collection of museums along the harbour waterfront

Kowloon Park

Kowloon Park

Park in the middle of TST with large pool complex

Symphony of Lights

Symphony of Lights

World's largest permanent light and sound show lasting 14mins