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Arla Hotel is located in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, one of the city’s most vibrant business and shopping district. Our hotel overlooks Kowloon Park, while Hong Kong Art Museum, Cultural Centre and the city’s largest shopping complex Harbour City & Ocean Terminal, are all just 10 minutes’ walk away.

The hotel offers easy accessibility to all areas of the city and China via local transport. With the MTR and Star Ferry at your footstep you are minutes away from Hong Kong Island.

Neighbourhood

Kowloon Park
After the hectic surrounds of Tsim Sha Tsui, the tranquillity of Kowloon Park washes over you like a mountain spring. But this peaceful place was actually once an army fortress that was handed over by the military for public use in 1970. For some relaxation, head to the Chinese Garden, which comprises a two-tier lotus pond linked by a rock cascade, and be sure to look out for the terrapins basking in the sun.
Distance 100m
K11
Battling whether to dedicate your precious travel time in Hong Kong to art or shopping? Well, at K11 you can have both. Browse through this mall’s broad selection of fashion and accessories, electronics, and beauty and lifestyle products; before checking out its cool art exhibitions and events that run all year round. K11 partners with the art community and exhibits works by local and international artists throughout the mall.
hk.k11.com
Distance 150m
iSquare
Standing tall in one of Hong Kong’s most popular shopping districts, iSQUARE offers a welcome break from the teeming streets of Tsim Sha Tsui that fringe it. Wander in to enjoy a wide range of fashion, jewellery, lifestyle and beauty brands, as well as fine dining with 270-degree harbour views on the higher floors, with more casual eating available on the lower ones. The mall’s IMAX cinema is the biggest in Hong Kong.
www.isquare.hk
Distance 220m
The One
The ONE, a all-in-one retail complex, is one of the most anticipated developments in Tsim Sha Tsui. With its superb location, The ONE is rejuvenating the district by linking up the traditional shopping zones along Canton Road and TST Central, and create the strongest consumer attraction ever, adding a bright spark to Hong Kong's retail landscape.
www.The-ONE.hk
Distance 220m
Hong Kong Museum of Art
The Hong Kong Museum of Art features more than 15,000 art objects including calligraphy, antique Chinese treasures, paintings of historical significance and works by local artists. The museum also presents a great variety of thematic exhibitions drawn from local and overseas sources. The Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware in Hong Kong Park is a branch of the Hong Kong Museum of Art.
Distance 400m
Hong Kong Space Museum
You may recognise the rather unusual egg-shaped building that has become a landmark on the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront. This striking dome is home to the Hong Kong Space Museum. There’s plenty of action and toys for wannabe space explorers and closest geeks, such as the Omnimax and sky shows, astronomy exhibits, digital planetarium projector, and seats installed with multi-language and interactive systems.
Distance 450m
1881 Heritage
A visit to 1881 Heritage will transport you to Victorian-era Hong Kong. From the 1880s to 1996, this was the headquarters of the Hong Kong Marine Police. Several buildings and artefacts of historical interest have been preserved and restored, and the site now features a shopping mall, a heritage hotel, and an exhibition hall.
www.1881heritage.com
Distance 500m
Hong Kong Cultural Center
The Hong Kong Cultural Centre, completed in 1989 and located on the waterfront of Victoria Harbour in Tsim Sha Tsui, is the prime venue for a variety of cultural activities including world-class concerts, operas, dance, drama, theatre and musical productions, film screenings, conventions, conferences and exhibitions. Check this venue out to see what’s on when you are in town.
www.lcsd.gov.hk/hkcc/
Distance 550m
Harbour City
Spread over 2 million square feet of prime real estate, 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.
www.harbourcity.com.hk/
Distance 550m
Avenue of Stars
The Avenue of Stars pays tribute to the names that helped make Hong Kong the ‘Hollywood of the East’, while giving visitors a panoramic view of the city’s most iconic sight: its glorious skyline, dramatically set against The Peak. This is also the perfect vantage point to catch the A Symphony of Lights multimedia show.
www.avenueofstars.com.hk
Distance 600m
Hong Kong Science Museum
If you think a visit to a museum means staring into glass cabinets for endless hours, you’re in for a pleasant surprise. Over 70 per cent of the Hong Kong Science Museum’s 500 exhibits are hands-on, meaning you can literally play around with a broad spectrum of cool topics, including robotics, virtual reality and transportation. Be sure to check out the 22-metre-high twin-tower Energy Machine which, when activated, triggers a series of displays to produce spectacular audio-visual effects demonstrating various forms of energy.
Distance 700m
Clock Tower
Standing 44-metres tall, the old Clock Tower was erected in 1915 as part of the Kowloon–Canton Railway terminus. The once-bustling station is long gone, but this red brick and granite tower, now preserved as a Declared Monument, survives as an elegant reminder of the Age of Steam. It has also been a memorable landmark for the millions of Chinese immigrants who passed through the terminus to begin new lives not just in Hong Kong, but in other parts of the world via the city’s harbour.
Distance 800m

City

Hong Kong Museum of History
The Hong Kong Museum of History has proved it’s possible to squeeze 400 million years of history into one 7,000 square metre space. A list-topper for history buffs, the museum has made enormous efforts in studying, collecting, processing and exhibiting countless objects which are related to the archaeology, history, ethnography and natural histories of Hong Kong and South China. Thematic exhibitions are also regularly held at different times.
The Peak
If there is only one thing you can do in Hong Kong, go to The Peak. The highest point on Hong Kong Island, this has been the city’s most exclusive neighbourhood since colonial times. The view is also what makes The Peak one of the most popular attractions in Hong Kong. By day your eyes stretch across sparkling skyscrapers and Victoria Harbour all the way to the green hills of the New Territories. In early evening this panorama melts into pink and orange before reincarnating as a dazzling galaxy of light, shimmering beneath you. And if you listen carefully enough, you can hear Asia’s world city humming below. The Peak Tram Riding the Peak Tram is a visual experience in its own right — Hong Kong Island’s skyscrapers slide past your window at what appear to be impossible angles as you make the ascent to The Peak on the city’s historic, funicular railway.
Hong Kong Disneyland
Enter a magical kingdom inspired by fairy-tale dreams and explore 7 lands—Adventureland, Grizzly Gulch, Mystic Point, Toy Story Land, Fantasyland, Tomorrowland and Main Street, U.S.A.—filled with beauty, excitement and Disney Characters. From Disney Parks’ first Marvel-themed ride, the all-new ‘Iron Man Experience’ to ‘Star Wars: Tomorrowland Takeover’, Hong Kong Disneyland offers immersive and unforgettable experiences that cannot be missed.
hongkongdisneyland.com
Lantau Island
Ladies Market
With over 100 stalls of bargain clothing, accessories and souvenirs, the Ladies’ Market on Tung Choi Street provides a one-kilometre stretch on which to practise your haggling skills. It gets its name from the huge amount of clothing and accessories on sale for women of all ages; however, with watches, cosmetics, bags, home furnishings, CDs and trinkets also up for grabs, you don’t need to be just in the market for a pair of nylon stockings to find something within its crowded aisles.
Mong Kok
Ocean Park
Opened in 1977, Ocean Park Hong Kong is a marine-life theme park featuring animals, thrill rides and shows. It is located on the southern side of Hong Kong Island, with an area of more than 915,000 square metres. The two major attractions areas, the Waterfront and the Summit, are connected by the Cable Car and Ocean Express funicular train.
www.oceanpark.com.hk
Wong Chuk Hang
Temple Street Night Market
When the sun goes down, the traders have already laid out their wares and the opera singers and fortune tellers begin to emerge. Welcome to the Temple Street Night Market, a popular street bazaar, named after a Tin Hau temple located in the centre of its main drag, and a place so steeped in local atmosphere that it has served as the backdrop to many a memorable movie.
Yau Ma Tei
Big Buddha
The remote Po Lin Monastery, hidden away by lush mountains, became a popular attraction when the extraordinary Tian Tan Buddha statue (informally known as the Big Buddha) was erected in 1993. Sitting 34 metres high and facing north to look over the Chinese people, this majestic bronze Buddha draws pilgrims from all over Asia.
www.plm.org.hk
Lantau Island
Stanley Market
This market in the quaint village of Stanley on Hong Kong Island’s south coast is a huge hit with locals, expats and tourists for good reason: its enormous selection of brand-name clothing items and accessories, jewellery, home furnishings, souvenirs, ornaments and Oriental knick-knacks are sold at reasonable prices in a picturesque warren of lanes. And if that’s not enough to grab you, the nearby eateries along the breezy seaside strip surely will!
Stanley
Lan Kwai Fong
Lan Kwai Fong is one of Hong Kong’s most popular nightlife hot spots and home to over 90 restaurants and bars. The atmosphere ranges from stylish wine pairings to raucous jelly shots and the food on offer is as diverse as the clientele.
Wong Tai Sin Temple
The Sik Sik Yuen Wong Tai Sin Temple’s claim to ‘make every wish come true upon request’ might have something to do with its popularity. Home to three religions (Taoism, Buddhism and Confucianism), its natural setting and beautifully ornamented buildings make it as much a scenic attraction as an important religious centre.
www.siksikyuen.org.hk
Wong Tai Sin
Ngong Ping 360
Ngong Ping 360 is the ideal springboard to exploring Lantau Island. Your journey begins with a 25-minute cable car ride from Tung Chung. Give the amazing Crystal Cabin a try. Its glass bottom offers an astonishing bird’s eye view of the magical deep blue sea and lush green mountainside underneath your feet.
www.np360.com.hk
Tung Chung
ifc mall
ifc mall is one of Hong Kong’s most visually appealing shopping destinations. It allows you to complement a relaxing afternoon of shopping with soothing water views, and conclude it with a gourmet meal enjoyed to the backdrop of the glamorous harbour. The large mall houses over 200 international brands, ranging from mid and upper-priced clothing to luxury fashion. The mall is part of a complex that includes some of the most exclusive office space in Hong Kong, as well as the prestigious Four Seasons Hotel, where you can enjoy both Chinese and Western Michelin-starred fare. There are more earth-bound eateries available too, and the roof garden with views across the harbour to Kowloon is a public space.
www.ifc.com.hk
Central
Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Garden
The Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Gardens is the oldest park in the territory. Built in 1860, this Victorian-era garden has a welcoming collection of fountains, sculptures and greenhouses, plus a zoo and some fabulous aviaries. Some 160 species of bird reside here. The zoo has a large collection of monkeys, sloths, lemurs and orangutans, and is also one of the world’s leading centres for the captive breeding of endangered species.
Admiralty
Sogo
Hong Kong’s largest Japanese-style department store and a major fixture on the local shopping circuit, SOGO carries a wide selection of international items, including renowned European fashion brands, skin care products and cosmetics, jewellery, leather goods, electrical appliances and home supplies. Each store also has a supermarket. Turn up at opening time to receive a formal Japanese-style welcome from staff.
www.sogo.com.hk/
Causeway Bay
Golden Bauhinia Square
The bauhinia is the emblem of Hong Kong. The Golden Bauhinia Square, was a gift from the Central Government to mark the 1997 Handover — an occasion that held tremendous significance for the world’s largest nation and that stands out as a landmark event in 20th century history. Today the site is hugely popular with Chinese visitors who come to take photos of the Reunification Monument, which bears inscriptions of the calligraphy of President Jiang Zemin.
Wanchai
Citygate Outlets
Citygate Outlets is the largest outlet mall in Hong Kong. It features more than 80 international brand names that offer year-round discounts of 30 to 70 per cent. Shop categories include designer fashion, accessories, sports, children's wear, beauty and home accessories.
Elements
This large mall sitting on MTR Kowloon Station and the Airport Express Kowloon Station, ELEMENTS was designed by the world-renowned Benoy and themed after the five Chinese elements of wood, water, fire, earth and metal. In addition to the mid to upper-priced and luxury fashion brands, as well as, jewellery and accessories brands, the mall also has Hong Kong’s largest natural and organic food supermarket: 360. You can take a break from shopping with some alfresco dining at Civic Square, which has a choice of seven types of cuisine from around the world. The mall is also linked to the International Commerce Centre – the city’s tallest building – where you can whizz up to sky100 for a breathtaking view of Victoria Harbour and Hong Kong Island.
www.elementshk.com
Kowloon Station
LANDMARK
An exclusive luxury mall in Central, LANDMARK’s ground floor stores are known for their attractive window displays. Inside, it is a serene world of high-end shopping, including Louis Vuitton’s Asia flagship store, Harvey Nichols and Tiffany. The dining is equally prestigious and includes Michelin-starred restaurants. The airy Café Landmark is a particular favourite with local celebrities and the floors looking down on it are a favourite with discreet paparazzi. LANDMARK spans four buildings: LANDMARK ATRIUM, LANDMARK CHATER, LANDMARK ALEXANDRA and LANDMARK PRINCE’S, connected by pedestrian bridges and is further connected to Exchange Square and Jardine House.
www.landmark.hk
Central
Hysan Place
Hysan Place is an oasis of natural light, lush greenery, high ceilings and open storefronts in the heart of hectic Causeway Bay. It also has direct access to the MTR station and, more important for shoppers, 17 floors of hip, fun and sought-after international brands, including GAP, Hollister, T Galleria by DFS, Chanel Beauté, the largest Apple Store in Hong Kong and Jasons‧Food & Living. Nearly 120 outlets take shoppers on a journey from fashion and beauty to lifestyle and culture, with many brands making a debut in Hong Kong, such as the first Eslite Bookstore outside Taiwan.
www.leegardens.com.hk
Causeway Bay