The Mira Hong Kong is a hotel in Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong. It has 492 rooms and suites, six restaurants and bars, and a spa centre. It was renovated in 2009 and became smoke-free in 2011.
The hotel is owned by Miramar Hotel and Investment. It was designed by architect Edmond Wong. Interiors were designed by "lifestyle guru" Colin Cowie.
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|Sunday||5:00 AM – 12:00 AM|
BradJill Travels | Jun 7, 2018
One of the interesting child-friendly attractions in Kowloon is the Avenue of Comic Stars located in Kowloon Park. You can enter the park from either side of the Parklane Shoppers Boulevard on Nathan Road. The northern most park entry is also lined with cartoon figures so you know you are in the right location. This is a cute place to see life-size versions of comic characters. More Asian than Western, foreign visitors have opportunity to see the images of popular comic figures that they are probably not familiar with. Given their large size, this is a good venue for taking picture taking next to characters that you find interesting or perhaps even follow as a fan. The Avenue of Comic Stars is free to visit as long as the park is open. It can be quite crowded here on weekends, however early visits and weekday visits, you'll find plenty of opportunities for quite viewing and less obstructed picture taking along the Avenue of Comic Stars.
Fery Suryadi | Jun 28, 2018
A unexpected find while walking around Tsim Sha Tsui. This park has statues of HongKong Comic heroes like Wong Xiao Hu from Long Hu Men, Master Q, Wind and Cloud, and Nangong Wentian from Weapons of the Gods.
Joshua George Lujero | May 27, 2018
Very entertaining walking through these works of art. if you love comics and anime, this is a must see while in Hong Kong.
Richard Wong | Jun 6, 2018
Open space for a change from busy streets. More shaded areas would be great.
Smith Bobin | Jun 12, 2018
Very huge park but the giant lao Fu zi is no longer there
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