There is a lot to explore within the proximity of Hyatt Regency Hong Kong, Tsim Sha Tsui. Experience fun and excitement while enjoying the world-class dining, fabulous shopping, breathtaking views of Victoria Harbour and iconic tourist attractions in Hong Kong. Whether you are in town for business or leisure, our concierge team will recommend an array of activities to suit your every desire.
Situated at the heart of Victoria Dockside and neighbouring the Avenue of Stars, K11 MUSEA aspires to enrich your lives through the propagation of culture. Come explore the exclusive cultural-retail concept by themed tours and 250+ internationally brands from fashion, beauty to lifestyle luxuries.
Both shopping destinations offer a wide variety of fashion and trendy brands. The flagship stores of various famous international brands are also concentrated on the nearby Canton Road, providing a one-stop shopping experience. It is a 15-minute walk from the hotel.
Sneaker Street is part of Fa Yuen Street in Mong Kok. The 150m long street gathers over 50 sneakers and sports stores to offer amazing variety, making it one of the best places in Hong Kong to shop for sportswear. The near-by The Forest displays a comprehensive range of the latest sports-related products, inspired by the stunning heritage of Sneaker Street.
A popular street bazaar named after Tin Hau temple and an enduring example of the theatre and festivity of a Chinese market. Trinkets, tea ware, electronics, watches, menswear, jade and antiques are scrutinised and haggled over, while claypot rice, seafood, noodles and other treats are consumed with gusto.
Carrying passengers from both sides of Victoria Harbour since 1888, visitors can take Star Ferry from Tsim Sha Tsui pier to Hong Kong Island for an up-close look at one of the world’s most photographed harbour.
Located at the western tip of the West Kowloon Cultural District, the Hong Kong Palace Museum houses nine thematic and special exhibitions showcase to presents over 900 priceless treasures from the Palace Museum, and most of the objects on loan are exhibited in Hong Kong for the very first time. The Museum regularly presents special exhibitions featuring Chinese art and culture, as well as art and treasures from other parts of the world.
M+ is a museum dedicated to collecting, exhibiting, and interpreting visual art, design and architecture, moving image, and Hong Kong visual culture of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. In Hong Kong’s West Kowloon Cultural District, it is one of the largest museums of modern and contemporary visual culture in the world, with a bold ambition to establish ourselves as one of the world’s leading cultural institutions.
The museum features more than 15,000 works of art including calligraphy, antique Chinese treasures, paintings of historical significance and works by local artists. It is a 15-minute walk from the hotel.
The museum is responsible for collecting, researching and documenting materials related to the history and heritage of Hong Kong and also functions as a repository of invaluable relics of the city. It is a 15-minute walk from the hotel.
Located at Kowloon Park, it unveils Hong Kong's unique past and cultural identity with its thematic exhibition gallery, lecture hall, educational activity room and reference library. It is a 10-minute walk from the hotel.
Situated on the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront, it is designed for a variety of performing arts, offering a stimulating environment for talented performers and quality programmes to the public. It is a 15-minute walk from the hotel.
The Jockey Club Creative Arts Centre (JCCAC) is the first factory-turned artist village and arts centre in Hong Kong. The multidisciplinary arts and cultural venue is open to the public, and is dedicated to meeting the arts community’s need for affordable arts studio and display facilities, nurturing young creative talents and providing a relaxed environment for the public to experience arts and culture.
618 Shanghai Street is a preservation-revitalization project, comprising several arcade buildings built over the pre-war period between 1920 and 1926. They are Grade II historic buildings declared by the Hong Kong Antiquities and Monuments Office and offer a variety of local lifestyle shops and restaurants, also provide venues for the public to hire including multi-function rooms and activity area.
Tai Nam Street is an area spanning a few blocks that is brimming with cultural energy from local artists, Instagrammable cafes, boutiques, arts and crafts supplies, welcoming a second wave of artisans in the area.
YHA Mei Ho House Youth Hostel is converted from a listed Grade II historic building and revitalized to provide guestrooms. The museum inside the hostel, Heritage of Mei Ho House, showcases the lifestyle of public housing residents in the 1950s to 1970s, allowing guests to have a real taste of the old local culture.
Characterised by the pastel rainbow paint that graces its exterior, Choi Hung Estate (meaning rainbow in Cantonese), a public housing estate in Ngau Chi Wan, has become a photographic hot spot in Hong Kong.
The most photographed view of the estate includes the basketball court and the rainbow apartments behind. The rainbow exterior received a Silver Medal at the 1965 Hong Kong Institute of Architects Annual Awards.
Victoria Dockside - Avenue of Stars and Salisbury Garden
0.6 MI / 900 METER AWAY
Victoria Dockside is a vibrant mixed-use development that sets to create a global art and design district at the heart of Hong Kong’s Victoria Harbour. The upgraded Avenue of Stars and Salisbury Garden, the landmark promenade located along Victoria Harbour waterfront have achieved Gold Rating in SITES accreditation – a sustainable design framework tailored for open space and park.
Garden Hill is a 90.6-metre hill in the Sham Shui Po named after the nearby Garden Bakery Centre. It is a popular place for its stunning sunset views of the busy city and its skyline. Hikers can reach Garden Hill using the trail next to Grade II historic building Mei Ho House.
Kimberley Street in Tsim Sha Tsui also known as Korean Street or Little Korea. There is a concentration of Korean restaurants and grocery stores opened by Koreans since the 1960s, where you will find delicious authentic Korean delicacies and groceries.