Where you can find us
Check out the quickest way to travel from the Hong Kong Airport to Nina Hotel Kowloon East in Kowloon.
Nearest MTR Station - Ngau Tau Kok Station (Exit B6)
Avenue of Stars
Originally modelled on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame, the storied promenade that wraps around Tsim Sha Tsui’s southern border is where you’ll find Hong Kong’s biggest entertainment stars immortalised via celebrity handprints and statues. Reopened in 2019 following an extensive redesign led by landscape architect James Corner, the Avenue of Stars is a celebration of the city’s artistic offerings and elemental aesthetics.Learn more
Hong Kong Disneyland
Looking for a fun-packed family holiday? Hong Kong Disneyland is the place to be. Apart from spending the day taking photos with favourite Disney characters and hitting star attractions, there are also plenty of things to see and do that celebrate the unique culture of Hong Kong, making this theme park unique. Raring to go? Follow this ultimate guide to plan a visit to Hong Kong Disneyland.Learn more
Sailing on Victoria Harbour
Throughout Hong Kong’s history, the city’s advance has been etched into the singular skylines that have grown on both sides of Victoria Harbour. As gleaming towers rose like phoenixes from the memories of colonial architecture, there has been one constant – the Star Ferry – which has voyaged between the Kowloon Peninsula’s southern tip to Hong Kong island for more than 120 years.Learn more
Ngong Ping 360 and Tai O fishing village
The world-renowned cable car experience offers day tours and packages for your in-depth tour around Lantau, Hong Kong!Learn more
The Ngong Ping Cable Car ride connects Tung Chung with Ngong Ping and offers the serene panorama of Lantau, Hong Kong. Ngong Ping Terminal is right next to Ngong Ping Village - the best starting point to reach other Hong Kong attractions such as the Big Buddha, Po Lin Monastery, Tai O fishing village, etc. Ngong Ping Village is the home to recreation, shopping, and four entertaining themed attractions loved by locals and tourists alike!
Ocean Park Hong Kong
Come explore one of Asia’s most popular entertainment destinations. Ocean Park, Hong Kong’s very own theme park combines thrilling rides with up close animal experiences. Their impressive aquarium is home to several creatures of the deep whilst visitors can expect to see penguins and some unexpected koalas and kangaroos in action! Travel back in time by exploring the Old Hong Kong section of the park or for those not afraid of ghosts, pay a visit during Halloween when the park enjoys a scary makeover and morphs into an even more thrilling experience for visitors.Learn more
West Kowloon Cultural District
The West Kowloon Cultural District is a growing arts and cultural hub with performance and exhibition centres, green open spaces, and a waterfront promenade perfect for enjoying sunset views and evening strolls. It is currently home to four exciting new cultural venues, with more opening in the near future.Learn more