Hong Kong Rugby Sevens Visitor's Guide

Street Walk: Wong Tai Sin & Kowloon City

Hop on and off the MTR for this walk, which takes you to Hong Kong’s most spectacular temples that are made with traditional Chinese architectural style.  At the end – a delicious meal at the city’s Little Thailand.


street walk kowloon city

Duration: 5 Hours

Starting Point  起點
MTR Diamond Hill Station, Exit C2
Nan Lian Garden & Chi Lin Nunnery 志蓮淨苑&南蓮園池
Timber structures and water ponds calm you down as you walk through the peaceful landscape done up Tang dynasty style.
Sik Sik Yuen Wong Tai Sin Temple 嗇色園黃大仙祠
Hong Kong’s largest and most popular temple is home to three different religions: Taoism, Buddhism and Confucianism. MTR Wong Tai Sin Station, Exit B3.
Kowloon Walled City Park 九龍寨城公園
The park was built on the site of Kowloon Walled City, a lawless den of vice and disease. Explore its history through the small exposition, alongside surviving relics from the past. MTR Lok Fu Station, Exit B.
公園原址是九龍寨城,曾是魚龍混雜的低下階層民眾居所。漫步在這一香港重要的古蹟中,既可以欣賞美景,又能緬懷上世紀的老香港風貌。   港鐵樂富站B出口。
Kowloon City food district 九龍城美食區
All that walking must have made you hungry: get your fill around the 10 streets that comprise this foodie paradise. Family-run diners serve up delicious Southeast Asian cuisine on top of local dishes. The area is also home to a sizable Thai community, with authentic restaurants and small shops selling herbs and spices.Cross Carpenter Road to reach Nam Kok Road.
近十條街道,雲集多家餐館;家庭經營的餐廳提供美味東南亞料理,其他更有粵菜、潮州菜、泰國菜、越南菜和清真菜等等,堪稱美食天堂。   穿過賈炳達道至南角道。
End Point 終點::
Minibus 25M from Sa Po Road (beside the Regal Oriental Hotel) to MTR Kowloon Tong Station