Hong Kong Kowloon is the peninsula to the north of Hong Kong Island. This city does not have the same glamour of the Island, but it has unmatched and distinctly Chinese vibrancy. Hong Kong Kowloon is the most densely populated place on the planet, and has a matching array of places to shop, eat and sleep. Tourists should visit Tsim Sha Tsui, the tip of the peninsula, which is Hong Kong's main tourist drag and backpacker ghetto, while Mong Kok houses a huge array of shops and markets. Kowloon Peninsula is located between Hong Kong Island and New Territories. It is also an important part of the bustling city. Visitors to the city find the districts like Tsim Sha Tsui, Yau Ma Tei and Mong Kok attractive and interesting, as they contain all the shopping, eating, entertainment and cultural attractions.
Hong Kong Kowloon is lined in the north by lush green hills forming nine peaks, which makes up its name meaning "nine dragons". From the tourist point of view it s worth visiting the Hong Kong Museum of Art, which has exhibitions of jade, ceramic and calligraphy, and the Hong Kong Space Museum, with a Space Theater. In addition it would be noteworthy to visit the Kowloon Walled City, the Festival Walk mega-shopping complex, the equally mega Wong Tai Sin Temple and the fishing village at Lei Yue Mun. Hong Kong’s ‘tourist Mecca’, Tsim Sha Tsui is full of tourist hotels, shops and markets.
Hong Kong Kowloon is known for the variety of Kowloon restaurant, such as Thai, Vietnamese, Portuguese, Western, Desserts, Chinese Chiu Chow or Shanghainese cuisine. Kowloon restaurant serve with delicious and excellent quality food and tourists love the eating places out here. Staying at Kowloon hotels during your visit to the city would be a memorable experience as Kowloon hotels come well equipped with all the modern facilities and amenities. Kowloon hotels are well located in the city center making it convenient for the visitors visiting the city.