Avenue of Stars Continues to Shine
Tsim Sha Tsui Waterfront signifies a world-famous harbour, a legend in the orient, and the spirit of Hong Kong.
It came into existence in 1982 and was subsequently transformed into Avenue of Stars in 2004 – both with the sponsorship and development contribution by New World Group – to envision a spectacular and integrated leisure experience of an enlivened waterfront, with tributes paid to local film industry hence tourism promotion. The destination has been well-received by local communities, industry stakeholders, tourism and movie counterparts. Over the past decade, Avenue of Stars has been one of the most popular scenic spots in Hong Kong, attracting more than half a million of patrons every month – for handprints of local movie stars, thousands of exhibitions, overseas cultural programmes, local musical, dance and drama performances - colourful and vibrant above all.
To strive for an even better ambiance and visitors’ contemporary experience, it’s time for rejuvenation – in 2015, Avenue of Stars is temporarily closed for repair and improvement works with a view to presenting a brand-new and more exciting leisure and entertainment destination to the world by 2018. For the time-being, please visit Garden of Stars for film-related exhibitions.
Join us in a new vision. Avenue of Stars continues to shine.