Streets: Exploring Kowloon

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Hong Kong University Press, 2007 - Travel - 291 pages

The book starts with a district familiar to all visitors -- Tsim Sha Tsui -- but then moves into the hinterland of Kowloon, taking the reader and walker far beyond the well-known streets of tourist-oriented shops and hotels. Streets: Exploring Kowloon, like its companion, Streets: Exploring Hong Kong Island, guides the reader with maps and travel information to take 45 walks throughout Kowloon, each along a specific street pointing out historically and culturally important sites, but also the curious and the intriguing.

 

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Contents

Introduction
1
TsimShaTsui
20
Yau Ma Tei
56
Mong Kok
100
New Kowloon
134
Tsuen Wan and Beyond
172
Kowloon Tong
204
Kowloon City
226
East Kowloon
260
Bibliography
285
Photograph Credits
291
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