Charlie Brown Cafe
8$ - Smoked Salmon with Scrambled Egg
Lovely breakfast sets with variable dishes. Breakfast set served with orange juice/ tea/ brewed coffee. This place stylistically shows Charlie Brown and Snoopy style cafe. Don't miss the latte art with Snoopy on the top.
Hong Kong Museum of History (???????)
You’ll encounter replicas of village dwellings; traditional Chinese costumes and beds; a re-creation of an entire arcaded street in Central from 1881, including an old Chinese medicine shop; a tram from 1913; and film footage of WWII, including recent interviews with Chinese and foreigners, which were taken prisoner by the Japanese. Past exhibits cover local food culture, fashion and even public transportation. Closed on Tuesdays and the first two days of the Chinese New Year.
Hong Kong Science Museum (?????)
3$ - =20 HKD Standard Ticket, free admission on Wednesdays
The Museum houses over 500 exhibits. Nearly 70 percent of them are interactive and suitable for visitors of all ages. Among them, the most prominent exhibit is the largest device of its kind in the world: the Energy Machine. Another attraction is the DC-3 airplane, which is the first local airliner and the first exhibit moved into the Museum building. In contrast to traditional museums, visitors at the Science Museum are encouraged to explore exhibits in their own way and thus experience the fun of discovery learning. Closed on Thursdays and the first two days of the Chinese New Year.
Spring Deer (???)
54$ - Peking duck (for two to four persons to share)
Spring Deer is one of those classic Hong Kong restaurants that has developed a reputation of a necessary dining stop for both locals and tourists. Prepare for the fantastic Peking duck experience.
Hong Kong Museum of Art (?????)
1$ - HK$10, Standard Ticket
The Hong Kong Museum of Art boasts more than 15,000 pieces, including many Chinese paintings, historical portraits, ceramics, and calligraphy works. The large museum has four floors and seven galleries. The highlights being the Chinese Antiquities Gallery, with precious and exquisite art specimens from every dynastic era since the Neolithic Zhou era. Closed on Tuesdays and the first two days of the Chinese New Year.
Hong Kong Space Museum (?????)
4$ - Standard ticket (Exhibition Halls + 3D Omnimax Show, Omnimax Show and Sky Show)
You may recognise the rather unusual egg-shaped building that has become a landmark on the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront. This striking dome is home to the Hong Kong Space Museum. The museum houses a large collection of meteorites and offers an extensive range of activities for both adults and children. It produces 2 planetarium shows as well as introduces some of the best foreign OMNIMAX dome screen productions in the city. Closed on Tuesdays and the first two days of the Chinese New Year.
Kowloon Park (????)
Here are several different sections for a chill stroll including a pond with flamingos and sculpture garden. Great place for a break from bustling Kowloon.
Temple Street Night Market (?????)
The liveliest night market in Hong Kong. People shop here for cheap clothes, watches, fake labels, footwear, cookware and everyday items. Any marked prices should be considered suggestions – this is definitely a place to bargain. You’ll also find a surfeit of fortune-tellers, herbalists and, occasionally, some free, open-air Cantonese opera performances. For street food, head for Woo Sung St. You can get anything from a simple bowl of noodles to a full meal.
DimDimSum Dim Sum Specialty Store ???????? (????????)
11$ - Pan-fried Stuffed Eggplant with Teriyaki Sauce + Steamed Shrimp Dumplings + Piggy Custard Buns + Beer
What makes this restaurant unique and more appealing for visitors is their range of traditional dim sum dishes alongside modern fusion dishes that are exceptionally executed. The Piggy Custard Buns are a must – just be sure to eat them right away as the custard will start to solidify as they cool down.