Presentation on theme: "Visit Tsim Sha Tsui SKH Lui Ming Choi Memorial Primary School Group 3 Yu Pui Wa, So Yee Ching, Ming Sing Kee, Chan Ka Hei, Siu Tsun Hong, Kwok Yi Kit."— Presentation transcript:
Visit Tsim Sha Tsui SKH Lui Ming Choi Memorial Primary School Group 3 Yu Pui Wa, So Yee Ching, Ming Sing Kee, Chan Ka Hei, Siu Tsun Hong, Kwok Yi Kit
Introduction Survey results Recommendations About Tsim Sha Tsui Conclusion
Why we recommend Tsim Sha Tsui to tourists in Hong Kong It is a shopping paradise The people are friendly, polite and helpful It is easy to find your way there The view is beautiful
The old Clock Tower Characteristics: The Clock Tower is situated next to the Tsim Sha Tsui Star Ferry Pier. The 44-metre high building, classical in style, was built in 1915 and is the only remaining building of the original Kowloon-Canton Railway terminus.
Tsim Sha Tsui East The footbridge at Tsimshatsui East stretches across Salisbury Road. It provides a beautiful view of Hong Kong Island and Victoria Harbour from afar. It is also a popular venue for location filming.
How to get to Tsim Sha Tsui’ By Mass Transit Railway (MTR) : Take the MTR to Tsimshatsui station, use exit B2, walk along Nathan Road and then turn right onto the Granville Road By Kowloon-Canton Railway (KCR) : Take the KCR to Tsim Sha Tsui East.
Tsim Sha Tsui Centre Tsim Sha Tsui Centre was the very first development in Tsim Sha Tsui East, a new district formed on land reclaimed from the harbour in the 1980s. As such, it stands as a tribute to the Sino Group's pioneering spirit. Today, it proudly serves as the Group's headquarters.
Olympian City Olympian City, an oasis in the heart of the city, is home to two of the most exciting retail shopping malls in Hong Kong. Olympian City 1 and Olympian City 2 have a combined area of 800,000 sq. ft.