Hong Kong’s Nathan Road is the main thoroughfare in Kowloon that runs from from Tsim Sha Tsui to Sham Shui Po. This busy street is lined with a huge array of food and shopping outlets and can usually be found brimming with tourists.
Nathan Road is the oldest street in Kowloon and these days is lined with dazzling neon signs that point the way to both cheap and upmarket establishments. If you intend to visit Nathan Road for its shopping opportunities, you won’t be disappointed. Open right up until midnight, Nathan Road has it all, from boutiques touting the latest fashion designs, to electronics shops selling every brands of digital camera and cell phone imaginable.
Food-wise, Nathan Road is awash with options, from local cuisine to international dishes. There are also a number of foodie gems hidden away in the side streets leading off from Nathan Road in addition to the main street itself.
Reaching anywhere on Nathan Road shouldn’t be a problem — there are no less than five MRT stations built beneath the road, and there are also numerous bus routes that run through it.