Avenue of Stars
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- Avenue of Stars
- Avenue of StarsApr 17, 2014
A bit of a search but just walk towards the water!
Aveune of the star is a great Free spot to check out not just the famous hk stars handprint and footprint but other cool vendors and not to mentioned the amazing view of LKF and the vast open water!
night view is even better!Recommended for:
- Avenue of StarsMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersBusiness Travelers+ 2Jan 04, 2014
Boardwalk of celebrity handprints and filmmaking statues. You'll see a few Bruce Lee tributes if you're a fan. Across the water, you see the skyline. If you can catch it, that skyline puts on a lightshow late in the evening (around 8pm or so).Recommended for:
- Avenue of StarsMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 2Oct 21, 2013
I'm a bit of a Hong Kong cinematic and television junkie, so it was cool to walk along the edge of Tsim Sha Tsui and see the walkway paved and etched with the names of Hong Kong's famous movie stars, such as Maggie Cheung and Tony Leung. While it's pleasant to walk around during the day, I would highly recommend coming here during the evening. You'll then you get an awesome view of Hong Kong lit up.Recommended for:
- Avenue of StarsCommunity ManagerAmbassadorMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersBusiness Travelers+ 6Oct 17, 2013
A must see tourist attraction in Hong Kong by the harbor. Copying Hollywood in LA"s
Hollywood blvd, Hong Kong movie stars have their hands and stars imprinted in the cement. There is also the famous Bruce lee statue which is a huge hit amongst tourists!Recommended for:
- Avenue of StarsApr 13, 2013
a very nice place to go when in Hong Kong... the sight seeing is a must.. overcrowded especially when weekends so it's better time go in weekdays.. people love to take photos of Bruce Lee statue. It is clean park. Tourists from different countries come to Hongkong and visits this Avenue if the Stars place. a must go and see place when in Hongkong.
- Avenue of StarsFeb 20, 2013
Hong Kong's version of Hollywood's Walk of Fame. It's a terrific stroll along the harbor and if you stay late enough in the evening, it's an awesome vantage point to watch the Symphony of Lights. The feature piece is the statue of Bruce Lee!
- Avenue of StarsJan 16, 2013
Discover what makes Hong Kong the “Hollywood of the East” at this tribute to the professionals who have contributed to the territory's hundred-year history of filmmaking. Modeled after the Hollywood Walk of Fame, the Avenue of Stars features commemorative plaques, handprints of movie celebrities, descriptive milestones, kiosks with movie memorabilia, a towering Hong Kong Film Awards statuette, as well as life-size character statues.
The Avenue of Stars can be visited any time of the day or night. It's especially lovely in the evening when it's illuminated with tons of twinkling lights. The promenade at Tsim Sha Tsui also provides a stunning view of the harbor and is an especially good place from which to watch the nightly Symphony of Lights. Find the roaming "Star Ambassadors" on roller skates, offering assistance when needed.Recommended for:
- Avenue of Stars
- Avenue of StarsSep 20, 2012
Better to go on Weekdays except Thursdays and Fridays so you don't have to wait for other tourists to take a picture with you favorite actors' hand print. No roof/ shade ao better to travel on not sunny days or start at dusk. Nice view across at night.
- Avenue of StarsJul 16, 2012
Discover what makes Hong Kong the Hollywood of the East at this tribute to the professionals who have contributed to the territory's hundred-year history of filmmaking. The Avenue of Stars features commemorative plaques, handprints of movie celebrities, descriptive milestones, kiosks with movie memorabilia, a towering Hong Kong Film Awards statuette, and a life-size statue of the legendary kung-fu action star, Bruce Lee. The location on the Tsim Sha Tsui promenade offers incredible panoramic views of the famed Victoria Harbour and the memorable Hong Kong skyline. It is also a good place to watch the spectacular A Symphony of Lights, a nightly multimedia show with the participation of more than 40 buildings on both sides of Victoria Harbour.Recommended for:
- Avenue of StarsJul 05, 2012
After the renovations to this walk along the harbour, it's safe to say that this is definitely a more enjoyable walk in the evening. With the harbour view right next to you and a nightly evening light show, this is definitely a place you should check out when visiting. It also has lots of sculptures dedicated to the Hong Kong film scene and it's history.Recommended for:
- Avenue of StarsJul 05, 2012
One of the finest city skylines in the world has to be that of Hong Kong Island, and the promenade here is one of the best ways to get an uninterrupted view. It’s a lovely place to stroll around during the day, but it really comes into its own in the evening, during the nightly Symphony of the Stars, a spectacular sound-and-light show involving 20 buildings on the Hong Kong Island skyline, which runs from 8pm to 8.20pm. Along the first part of the promenade is the Avenue of the Stars, which pays homage to the Hong Kong film industry and its stars, with handprints, sculptures and information boards, a brave but ultimately lacklustre effort to celebrate Hong Kong’s film and TV industry. The promenade officially starts at the New World Centre shopping centre and runs parallel to Salisbury Rd almost to the Hong Kong Coliseum and Hung Hom train station, but you can walk along the water all the way from Star Ferry pier in order to gain access to it. It gets especially crowded during the Chinese New Year fireworks displays in late January/early February and in June during the Dragon Boat Festival.