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The five flagpoles have a long history in Tsim Sha Tsui. It was once a popular place for gathering as it was easily identified.

In front of the five flagpoles is the Star Ferry Pier. Every few minutes the Star Ferries depart from Tsim Sha Tsui's Star Ferry Pier to Hong Kong Island's Central or Wanchai. Costing just HK$2.2, catching the Star Ferries are one of the most convenient, cheapest and classic ways of enjoying Victoria Harbour.

Harbour City
Behind the five flagpoles is Harbour City, the biggest shopping centre in Tsim Sha Tsui. It has around 700 middle to high-end shops, just like a big shopping maze!

Ocean Terminal
The Ocean Terminal in Harbour City is a major cruise terminal for cruise liners. Pictured left is one of the cruise liners that is based in Hong Kong.

These luxurious cruise liners have all the entertainment you need. Restaurants, spa, theatres and libraries etc, suitable for the whole family.

Each cruise liner has a different itenerary, from one night to five nights or more, and they cruise around the South China Sea or other ports in Asia.

 

 
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