Living in Tsim Sha Tsui

06 Jul 2020

A modern, urban district of Kowloon, Tsim Sha Tsui is perched on the opposite side of Victoria Harbour from Hong Kong Island’s Central district. TST, as it’s commonly known, is a dense mix of old and new residential and commercial, alongside some of Hong Kong’s most popular five-star hotels.

Tsim Sha Tsui Property Advice 

Transport in Tsim Sha Tsui 




Property Advice

Older-style mid-rises with retail and commercial stores on the ground floor, more modern skyscrapers and on the waterfront and new ultra-contemporary high-rises with harbour views, swimming pools and club houses, such as The Arch in TST West.


Transport: How To get to Tsim Sha Tsui

Served by the iconic and historic Star Ferry, which whisks passengers to the heart of Central and nearby Wan Chai on Hong Kong Island in about 10 minutes. Buses, mini-buses and taxis abound and TST has its own super-efficient MTR station – a 13-minute train ride to Central station.


A harbourfront promenade from the Star Ferry terminal takes in the Hong Kong Science Museum, the Hong Kong Space Museum, the Hong Kong Cultural Centre and the new Museum of Modern Art. Further along the harbourfront is the new K11 Mall and the Rosewood Hotel, both luxurious, must-experience lifestyle destinations. Endless shops, spas, supermarkets, office buildings and international retail and food outlets.


Harbourfront strolls, amazing views towards the main business district of Central, a 25-minute MTR train ride to the office hub of the International Commerce Centre (ICC) and a shopper’s paradise.

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