Avenue of Stars of hongkong
If a visit to Hong Kong, love it if you did not took a walk for a moment on the Avenue of Stars. The harbor area in Tsim Sha Tsui area of this vibrant city offers a collaboration of Hong Kong at night, wind and romantic beach 'brief reunion' with a number of Hong Kong film actors.
Avenue of Stars is the road (promenade) along the 440 meters at the edge of Victoria Harbor. Referring to the Hollywood Walk of Fame, on this point there are also human handprint hundreds of legendary Hong Kong film industry as a form of appreciation to them. Call it names like Jackie Chan, Chow Yun Fat, Andy Lau, Jet Li, Maggie Cheung, Stephen Chow, Yu So Chow, Miranda Yang, Patrick Tse Yin, Grace Chang, Gong Li and Aaron Kwok. There are over 100 handprints that are 'printed' in there, increasing the amount at the beginning of its opening, which is 73. Now, even visitors can 'meet Bruce Lee' in action with his trademark action style. Statue of legendary actor was placed close to the hotel buildings and shopping centers Inter Continental.
If you entered this area from the Salisbury Garden, visitors will be greeted by 4.5-meter-high statue is a replica of the trophy which the winner of the Hong Kong Film Awards. Along the Avenue of Stars which was first opened to the public on 28 April 2004 there are also many statues and monuments related to the movie industry. Board action ranging from 1.5 meters tall, two statues director and cameraman and two statues bear in her body painted flags countries in the world.
Attractive too Night
Visiting this road during the day, you can see the beauty of the buildings opposite. However, it would be interesting if you visit at night. The sight of buildings and hills in the Wanchai area in opposite will be replaced by the flickering lights. Glamorous looks like a flash of color on a piece of black cloth. Not to mention, plus scenery colorful spotlights the night sky through the stiffness and the cold wind that tickled. Exotic.
The lights are from the buildings in Wanchai area across the Avenue of Stars which was deliberately shown to provide a very attractive sight. Occasionally there are unisex attraction of the ferry which was also decorated with colored lights. Collaboration flickering lights at night is often called the Symphony of Light. Not satisfied just to see, visitors can also climb one of these ferries through the pool near the Star Ferry Clock Tower. Indeed, the Avenue of Stars close to a number of other tourist attractions in Tsim Sha Tsui, including Hong Kong Museum of Art, Hong Kong Science Museum and the Museum of History, Cultural Center and the Clock Tower.
If the hunger strike began, visitors can stop by for a while in a number of places to eat in the shopping center around him. Visitors can also choose the number of snacks sold along the Avenue, including Cuttle Fish outlets that sell snacks HK $ 20 per pack. In addition to food outlets, visitors also can create three-dimensional handprint of wax materials offered by one of the counter. Bring a camera? Also no problem. A number of young children offers a direct shooting. Not only on paper, photos can also be directly printed on the mug as a keepsake.
Not hard to reach this place. If you have arrived in the area of Hong Kong, using the Mass Transport Railway (MTR) to be a very easy choice. Get off at Tsim Sha Tsui Station and find a door out to the Avenue of Stars.