The Hong Kong Avenue of Stars is located at the harbor front, next to the Hong Kong Museum of Art (coming soon link to Hong Kong Museum of Arts page), Hong Kong Cultural Centre, Hong Kong Space Museum and across from the Hong Kong Peninsula Hotel.
Entering the Hong Kong Avenue of Stars
The other side of the HK Avenue of Stars sign is in Chinese
It looks very similar to the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Unfortunately, I
have to say that it shows the "copy-cat" spirit in the blood of the
Hong Kong people.
Believe it or not, this is one of the most popular tourist spots in Hong Kong.
If you are a fan of Bruce Lee, Jackie Chan, Chow Yun Fat, John Woo and other Hong Kong stars it is worth a short trip over there while you are in the area.
I would recommend that you go in the evening when it is dark so that you can appreciate the breathtaking Hong Kong Skyline. Also Christmas and Chinese New Year would be the best time to go.
If you have to go during the day time, I highly recommend you to go before 11am. First of all, the temperature is cooler instead of standing under the hot sun. Secondly, the crowd is much smaller which allows you to take pictures.
Statue of Bruce Lee
The Star of Jackie Chan
The Star of Chow Yun Fat
The Star of Jet Li
The Star of John Woo, a world-known movie director from Hong Kong
The Statue of Hong Kong Film Awards
The HK Avenue of Stars Wishing Trail
The plaque at the bottom of the Avenue of Stars Wishing Trail
About 15 minutes walk away, there is another new, great tourist spot, the Hong Kong Comic Avenue (coming soon - link to Hong Kong Comic Avenue page). This is THE place for you to experience the Hong Kong culture. Click here to check out their site.
Take the Star Ferry going toward Tsim Sha Tsui. Turn right at the exit and go past the Cultural Center, the Space Museum and the Hong Kong Museum of Art (coming soon link to Hong Kong Museum of Arts page).
Or Tsim Sha Tsui MTR Station, Exit L3
To learn more about Hong Kong Avenue of the Stars
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