• Markets & Malls

Ocean Terminal – Ultimate Destination For Fashionistas And Shopaholics

April 13, 2021

Name (English): Ocean Terminal
Name (Chinese): 海港城海運觀景台
Category: Markets & Malls
Phone Number: +852 21188666
Address (English): 3 – 27 Canton Street, Tsim Sha Tsui
Address (Chinese): 尖沙咀廣東道3-27號
Address Google Map Link: https://goo.gl/maps/K1sU18VPQX9F1Y8Z8
Address longitude and latitude: 22.278039854601424, 114.17657087084721
Nearest MTR Station: Tsim Sha Tsui Station Exit A1
Nearest MTR Station Google Map Link: https://goo.gl/maps/rtvPsUNHA61P6FCU9
Nearest MTR Station longitude and latitude: 22.29829840827914, 114.17183239759443
How far from the nearest MTR Station: 11-minute walk from Tsim Sha Tsui Station Exit A1
Opening Hours:
MON 07:00 – 23:59
TUE 07:00 – 23:59
WED 07:00 – 23:59
THU 07:00 – 23:59
FRI 07:00 – 23:59
SAT 07:00 – 23:59
SUN 07:00 – 23:59
Recommended Time to Visit: 17-18 pm for sunset over Victoria Habour
Accessibility Note: easy access

Inside Harbour City

A Low-rise mega shopping mall in a vertical city is a rare scene. Spreading along Canton Road and taking up a space of 2 million square feet in Tsim Sha Tsui – the golden hub of entertainment, Harbour City is the largest ultimate destination for all the fashionistas and shopaholics, where a wide array of luxury and apparel brands is met by the world’s famous glittering harbor. Nobody blames you if you get lost in the giant complex but try your best to stop by one of the buildings that extend from the shore westwards – the Ocean Terminal, as the area contains much more than its panoramic harbor view. 

Ocean terminal is the one with the longest extension
The view from Habour city

The rebuilt pier is currently servicing cruise ships with top-notch facilities, and also serves as a living witness of Hong Kong’s transition to the world’s cargo hub. Its establishment story dates back to the 1880s. Sir Paul Chater founded his wharf and godown company with Jardine Matheson after he successfully purchased land on the western seashore of the Kowloon peninsula. Not only did he transform the shipping business of the port entirely, but also transport thousands of people to their destination on water, and one of whom was the Hong Kong legendary Bruce Lee.

Bruce Lee statue on the Avenue of Stars

Little do you know Lee’s connection with the Ocean Terminal. He got on the cruise docked at the old wharf pier heading to the US for overseas study; he also got some photographs of himself taken for film studio Golden Harvest. If you want to curate your own experiences of Bruce Lee’s fly-kicking moments that happened there, make your way to the rooftop of its car park! Don’t forget to embrace the 270-degree city skyline as well!

The view from the car park
Probably one of the best spot for car parking

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Peggy Lam

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