The Royal Garden hotel is ideally situated in the Tsim Sha Tsui area of Hong Kong. Explore attractions in Hong Kong as diverse as Victoria Harbour, the Hong Kong Science Museum and the Avenue of the Stars, or indulge in a shopping spree at the famous SOGO department store; all easily accessible from your base at The Royal Garden hotel.
  • Hillwood Soho: A dining area popular with locals and visitors for its interesting selection of Tsim Sha Tsui restaurants serving mainly Asian cuisine.
  • Knutsford Terrace / Knutsford Steps: With its wide variety of restaurants offering cuisine from all corners of the world, this district is packed at weekends.
  • Park Lane Shoppers’ Boulevard: Running parallel to Nathan Road - Tsimshatsui’s most popular shopping district, Park Lane Shoppers’ Boulevard is a great place to find bargains.
  • Harbour City: Close to Tsimshatsui’s Star Ferry Terminal and with more than 700 shops and restaurants, this is one of the largest shopping and entertainment centres in Hong Kong.
  • K11 MUSEA: Situated at the heart of Victoria Dockside and neighbouring the Avenue of Stars, K11 MUSEA aspires to enrich lives through the propagation of culture.
  • K11 Art Mall: Its unique ‘Museum-Retail space’ integrates art throughout, and is home to a variety of art and cultural experiences, including creative workshops, mini concerts, film screenings, cultural dialogues with artists and exhibitions.
  • Victoria Harbour: Said to be one of Hong Kong's greatest assets, Victoria Harbour by day or night never fails to capture the romance and mood of Hong Kong. Whether admiring it from the promenade just a few minutes’ walk from The Royal Garden or by taking in its complete panorama from The Peak – another of Hong Kong’s “must see” attractions, no visit to Hong Kong can be completed without a sight of its famous fragrant harbour.
  • Plan your visit to catch the magnificent Symphony of Lights, a stunning multimedia extravaganza featuring 33 of Hong Kong harbour-fronting skyscrapers. Showing nightly at 8:00pm, it is considered by Guinness World Records to be the world’s largest permanent light and sound show.
  • Avenue of Stars: Plaques, hand prints and statues honouring celebrities from the silver screen – including the legendary kung-fu action star Bruce Lee are set into the promenade.
  • The Clock Tower: Completed in 1921, the Clock Tower is part of the original Kowloon-Canton Railway terminus. At weekends, it’s a great place to be entertained by street artists.
  • Kowloon Park: Slip away from Tsim Sha Tsui’s shopping mecca into the tranquil Kowloon Park. Originally housing an army fortress, its Chinese Garden is now a popular peace haven — and a platform for weekly lion dances.
  • Hong Kong Cultural Centre: Both Western and Asian classic performing arts can be enjoyed here and last minute tickets for key performances are often available from the ticket office.
  • Hong Kong Space Museum: Explore the final frontier in the Omnimax theatre and take in the Sky shows and astronomy exhibits. Closes on Tuesdays.
  • Hong Kong Museum of Art: See beautiful Chinese antiquities, fine art and calligraphy in one of Asia’s finest art museums. Closes on Thursdays. Frequent special exhibitions.
  • Western Kowloon Cultural District (M+): M+ is Asia’s first global museum of contemporary visual culture. The M+ Collections from Hong Kong, Greater China, other locations within Asia and beyond encompass visual art, design and architecture, and moving image, while offering a creative interactive experience.
  • Hong Kong Heritage Discovery Centre: Kowloon Park sits on the site of the former Whitfield Barracks, a British military base that was closed in the 1970s. Some of the historic military buildings were preserved, including the one that's now home to the Heritage Discovery Centre.
  • Hong Kong Museum of History: The Hong Kong Museum of History is a renowned attraction displaying and conserving cultural objects related to the archaeology, history, ethnography and natural history of Hong Kong and Southern China.
For more information and other attractions in Hong Kong, please contact our Concierge or visit the website of Hong Kong Tourism Board.