Former Kowloon British School
The oldest surviving school building for expat children is a listed Victorian-style structure that now houses the Antiquities and...
St Andrew’s Anglican Church
Sitting atop a knoll, next to the Former Kowloon British School, is this charming building in English Gothic style that houses Kowloon’s...
Kowloon Park Swimming Complex
This complex comes complete with four pools and waterfalls. Visit on a weekday; on weekends there are so many bathers it’s difficult to...
This open-air lounge bar comes with plush seating, exotic cabanas, and random greenery. You can take your pick from their ‘molecular’...
Sun Tung Lok
Crowned with two Michelin stars, elegant Sun Tung Lok (c 1969) proudly upholds the fine traditions of Cantonese cooking. It's evident in...
Nathan Road information
Named after Hong Kong's only Jewish governor, Matthew Nathan, Kowloon’s main drag is a bit of a traffic- and pedestrian-choked scrum of jewellery stores and fashion boutiques. It’s nonetheless an iconic Hong Kong scene where guesthouses rub shoulders with luxury hotels. And it’s completely safe – which is just as well since you won’t be able to avoid using it if you spend any time in the area.