Kowloon, Hong Kong summarized
Kowloon's reputation as Hong Kong's a high-rise, semi-lawless slum has long been forgotten. In place of Kowloon's dark past is a city filled with blinding lights. Today, Kowloon City is known for the districts of Kowloon Park, Yau Ma Tei, and Mong Kok. Tourists can meander along Kowloon Park's Sculpture Walk, or admire the charming old Clock Tower alongside the concourse of Star Ferry. The Avenue of Stars commemorates the city's true character, with pavements that easily counter Hollywood's walk of fame. Kowloon Wall City Park features sculptures, pavilions, and flower gardens surrounding the Old South Gate and Qing Dynasty almshouse. Tsim Sha Tsui is a fairly new attraction, gaining momentum as Hong Kong's tourist mecca. The waterfront alone features incredible views of Hong Kong's famous skyline, movie industry milestones, sculptures, souvenirs for sale, and more. The place also has Golden Mile, a long boulevard of hotels, shopping, and nightlife, Hong Kong's answer to Champs Elysee and Fifth Avenue. Guests can also visit Yau ma Tei's maze of narrow, fascinating streets, or see be jaded at the world's most densely populated urban area, Mong Kok.
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