Just beyond East Tsim Sha Tsui is the district of Hung Hum, which is mainly a residential area. While still bordering Victoria Harbor to the north, there are few hotels in this area and equally limited shopping and dining options for visitors, compared to the much more tourist-friendly TST district.
Hung Hom is where the Hong Kong Coliseum is found. Here some local sports, concerts and events are held each year. Also, the Whampoa Garden shopping mall called Wonderful Worlds in found in Hung Hom. While not a bad shopping centre, this is not really a recommendable mall in the city as there are far better options elsewhere.
Also, straddling the Tsim Sha Tsui and Hung Hum districts is the excellent Hong Kong Museum of History and the good Museum of Science, which are next to each other on Chatham Road South. These are the most likely reason visitors might venture towards Hung Hum, although technically speaking, this is still TST area.
We do like to exit the Hung Hum MTR from time to time and take a stroll into East TST district from there or head directly for Victoria Harbor for a long walk along the TST Promenade. However, even as local residents, we find very few reasons to spend time in Hung Hom and usually suggest visitors to concentrate their time in more interesting and important areas of Kowloon like Tsim Sha Tsui and Mongkok.
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