If you come to the ferry or this area, I'm probably sure you will see this colonial clock and if you been to Hong Kong history museum before see this clocks. It's one of they main history and impressed that it's still there.
About Former Kowloon-Canton Railway Clock Tower
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This was an area we visited often since it was right near the Star Ferry on the Kowloon side, close to where we stayed. In February we caught the tail end of the New Year's festival of lights here - absolutely beautiful. It's also a...More
When I went there, the star avenue is closed for renovation. Walked around that area, you can see a pretty nice sea view of HK business district
This is a clock tower to symbolize where the railway used to end. Now it is a big lonely structure that you can only go look at and take photos of. Worth a quick glance just off the ferry stop at TST or when walking...More
As many people know TST promenade is a good place to enjoy view at night. The clock tower is in the promenade. It is somewhat big so very easy to notice.
The English people had plenty of colonies all over the world hundreds of years ago and everywhere, railways were also built to create functional infrastructure; Of course also in Hong Kong and although the old station has long gone, they have chosen to save the...More
This is one the earliest tourist attractions of Hong Kong on its mainland town, Kowloon. Today it is submerged amidst towering buildings like the space museum, hotels and banks. But it still retains its old world charm, facing the Victoria Island presenting a vibrant view...More
On the way to Star Ferry take a little extra time to check out the Clock .Some organized tours take you there & the tour leader will give you more information about this Clock & the site it is on .
If you take the Star Ferry from central to Tsim Tsa Tsui, you’ll see the clock tower. Then when you land, it’s very easy to find. There were many people and it was the middle of the day so I can imagine how it would...More