Nathan Road - Hongkong
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Directions to Nathan Road
It is a main thoroughfare that runs through the southern districts of the Kowloon Peninsula, namely Tsim Sha Tsui, Jordan, Yau Ma Tei, and Mongkok. Today, it's one of the busiest and most popular commercial roads in Hong Kong and is a favorite place for visitors and locals to hang out and explore
If not for the crowds and the shops that capture you - or your spouse, it only takes an hour or two to walk the whole stretch from the southern tip in Tsim Sha Tsui to Prince Edward.
There are shops lining both sides of the road and also in the side streets. Most visitors flock to Nathan Road for the shopping opportunities. Boutiques touting the latest fashions are quite popular as are electronics shops, selling a wide variety of digital cameras, music players and cell phones.
Restaurants and take-out food joints are also plentiful along the Golden Mile. Many offer the best in local cuisine while others are more international in flavor. Be sure to explore the side streets off the main road as you'll find some real gems hidden away there.
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