Yau Ma Tei Police Station
A stone's throw from Tin Hau Temple is this handsome Edwardian police station (c 1922) with arcades and arches. You may have caught a...
Tin Hau Temple
This large, incense-filled sanctuary built in the 19th century is one of Hong Kong’s most famous Tin Hau (Goddess of the Sea) temples....
Strolling down Shanghai St will take you back to a time long past. Once Kowloon’s main drag, it's flanked by stores selling Chinese...
The place for new art-house releases and rerun screenings. The Kubrick Bookshop Café next door serves decent coffee and simple meals.
This retro cha chaan tang (tea house; 1950) with mosaic tiles and metal latticework stands astride a street corner that comes to life...
Battery St & Kansu St · interesting places nearby
Jade Market information
The covered Jade Market, split into two parts by Battery St, has hundreds of stalls selling all varieties and grades of jade. But unless you really know your nephrite from your jadeite, it’s not wise to buy expensive pieces here. Some of the best gets here are not jade at all, but pretty, vintage-y ceramic bead necklaces and bracelets, or coloured wooden beads with double happiness signs.