Mon Jan 09 2023
Located just minutes from Hong Kong’s central district by the star ferry, Tsim Sha Tsui is home to some of the city’s most recognisable landmarks and also offers a sweeping panoramic view of the harbour. But perhaps, its best-known secret is the bustling shopping, dining and Tsim Sha Tsui attractions.
It’s no wonder that many local and international companies chose to have office spaces in Tsim Sha Tsui, as everything you need is at your doorstep. In this guide, we’ve rounded up the best Tsim Sha Tsui restaurants, shops and office rentals.
Tsim Sha Tsui is a shoppers’ paradise, with street stalls, malls and street-level stores to cater to everyone's tastes. Here are just a few of the best Tsim Sha Tsui shops.
One of the newest malls on the scene, the K11 Musea is really a special destination for shoppers to be fully immersed in their shopping experience. This shopping mall boasts over 250 international and local brands all housed within a unique, hard-to-miss architectural phenomenon. As such, shopping here is a must. You can find a full list of retailers here.
Branded as Hong Kong’s premier shopping destination, this all-in-one mall is a household name for many. The diverse range of retailers in this mega-mall means that there is something for everyone, from luxury to high-street names. This mall sits on the west side of the Tsim Sha Tsui boardwalk, right next to the Star Ferry Pier with over 450 shops and a glorious harbour view. You can find a full list of retailers here.
A former Marine Police Headquarters Compound and now a Declared Monument, 1881 Heritage is now a luxury shopping destination with all the big brand names in palatial-style boutiques. These brands include Shanghai Tang, Cartier, and Van Cleef & Arpels to name a few. Shoppers with a taste for luxury are sure to find this location beautiful, as these brands are encompassed with architecture from Victorian Britain.
Casual eateries and fine-dining restaurants are packed and nestled along neighbourhoods in Tsim Sha Tsui. It can be a little overwhelming if you don’t know what you want to eat, here are a few of the top picks:
More colloquially known as Korean Street or Little Korea, Kimberly Street in Tsim Sha Tsui houses a compact community of Koreans who have opened shops, restaurants and grocery stores to provide Korean food to the local population. Its authenticity has made it a popular place for many to find Tsim Sha Tsui’s best restaurants serving Korean food.
An iconic landmark in Tsim Sha Tsui, and the subject of an award-winning film, Chungking Mansions actually boasts a range of amazing delicacies from Southeast Asia cuisine. In fact, many outlets have stated this is where you can find the best Indian and Halal food in Hong Kong. World-renowned chef Anthony Bourdain even praised Tsim Sha Tsui’s best restaurants, which can be found here.
There is nothing more iconic than having afternoon tea at The Peninsula. Served daily at The Lobby, this establishment has long been recognised as one of the best meeting places in Hong Kong. This experience features a selection of finger sandwiches, sweet and savoury pastries, freshly baked scones and tea.
If you refer back to our shopping section, the malls listed, such as K11, Harbour City and 1881 Heritage also offer a range of restaurants and quick eats for visitors.
Convinced that Tsim Sha Tsui is the best place for your office location but unsure about how to start looking for one? Here are the best options for Tsim Sha Tsui office rentals.
ATLASPACE offers over 50,000 sqft of Premium Serviced Office Space with public transportation, Star Ferry and high-speed trains to China just a few steps away. Best of all, its Harbour City location means there are a great variety of retail and restaurants right on your doorstep.
Silvercord Tsim Sha Tsui is across the road from Harbour City, The Gateway, and Ocean Terminal. The building is a 5-min walk to the Tsim Sha Tsui MTR, the Star Ferry Pier, and the China Ferry Terminal. It is located at 30 Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui’s popular shopping, business and lifestyle hub.
Gateway Tower 5 soars above with its iconic glass architecture, placing you across the 29th and 30th floors. Take your seat inside designer workspaces and connect to business-grade WiFi so there’s no delay to your productivity. After a successful day in the office, enjoy some well-deserved downtime in the high-end eateries, shops and cultural sites nearby.
If you are looking for one of the most well-connected, exciting and best working spaces in Hong Kong, you don’t need to look any further than Tsim Sha Tsui. Continue looking at the best coworking spaces in Tsim Sha Tsui with FlexFinder, using a virtual office tour to find your dream space.