Last updated 2024-01-18
Kowloon East is the eastern part of Kowloon, covering the Wong Tai Sin and Kwun Tong District, with Kowloon City District occasionally included.
Wong Tai Sin District is located in the northeastern part of the Kowloon Peninsula, adjacent to Lion Rock, Tate's Cairn (Tai Lo Shan),and Kowloon Peak (Fei Ngo Shan),with convenient transportation connections. It was once a Hakka farming village but has gradually transformed due to urban development. The district boasts several unique attractions, including the famous Wong Tai Sin Temple, Chi Lin Nunnery, Nan Lian Garden, Plaza Hollywood, Lion Rock Park, and Morse Park, offering visitors a wide range of leisure and entertainment options.
Diamond Hill is a hill in the east of Kowloon, Hong Kong. The name also refers to the area on or adjacent to the hill. It is surrounded by Ngau Chi Wan, San Po Kong, Wong Tai Sin and Tsz Wan Shan. Its northeast is limited by the ridge. It is principally a residential district. Administratively, the area is part of Wong Tai Sin District.
San Po Kong (Chinese: 新蒲崗; Cantonese Yale: sān pòuh gōng) is an area in New Kowloon in Hong Kong. It is largely industrial and partly residential. Administratively, it belongs to Wong Tai Sin District.
Choi Hung Estate (Chinese: 彩虹邨; lit. 'rainbow estate') is a public housing estate in Ngau Chi Wan, Kowloon, Hong Kong. It was built by the former Hong Kong Housing Authority (屋宇建設委員會) and is now managed by the current Hong Kong Housing Authority (香港房屋委員會). It received a Silver Medal at the 1965 Hong Kong Institute of Architects Annual Awards.
Kowloon Bay is a body of water within Victoria Harbour and an area within Kowloon, Hong Kong.
Ngau Tau Kok is an area of eastern Kowloon in Hong Kong, in the north of Kwun Tong District east to Kowloon Bay. Largely residential, Ngau Tau Kok has a population in excess of 210,000.
Kwun Tong is located in the eastern part of Kowloon, extending south to Lei Yue Mun, east to the southern ridge of Kowloon Peak (Fei Ngo Shan),and west to the coastline north of the Kai Tak Cruise Terminal. Originally a salt field in the past. Once an industrial hub, Kwun Tong has transformed into a commercial and business district, implementing various community development projects to improve the living environment. The district still preserves its rich historical and cultural heritage, with attractions like Lei Yue Mun and Cha Kwo Ling worth visiting.
Sau Mau Ping is located in the eastern part of Kowloon and is primarily a residential area dominated by public housing estates. It falls under the Kwun Tong District and is adjacent to the Sai Kung District to the east. Sau Mau Ping's history can be traced back to the 1950s and 1960s when the government constructed resettlement areas here, eventually evolving into the Sau Mau Ping Estate, which consists of nearly 44 residential buildings. Nearby, you can find the Sau Mau Ping Police Station and the United Christian Hospital. In recent years, Sau Mau Ping has undergone redevelopment, leading to the emergence of different residential areas within the district, and incorporating neighboring areas such as Po Tat Estate, On Tat Estate, and On Tai Estate.
Lam Tin is an area in the Kwun Tong District in southeastern New Kowloon, Hong Kong. Lam Tin is primarily a residential area but also hosts a major transport interchange and several shopping attractions. Lam Tin was once a large field in the vicinity of Kowloon Bay. During the Song dynasty, it was a site of salt production. Since the 1980s, a number of housing estates were constructed in Lam Tin.Lam Tin is an area in the Kwun Tong District in southeastern New Kowloon, Hong Kong. Lam Tin is primarily a residential area but also hosts a major transport interchange and several shopping attractions. Lam Tin was once a large field in the vicinity of Kowloon Bay. During the Song dynasty, it was a site of salt production. Since the 1980s, a number of housing estates were constructed in Lam Tin.Lam Tin is located in the southeastern part of Kowloon, adjacent to Yau Tong, and is a public housing estate in the Kwun Tong District. It is home to Lam Tin Estate and several large shopping malls. In 1989, Lam Tin MTR Station was established, making it a major development area in the district.
Yau Tong (Chinese: 油塘; Jyutping: jau4 tong4; pinyin: Yóutáng) is an area of Hong Kong, located in the southeastern end of Kowloon, between Lei Yue Mun and Lam Tin, at the east shore of Victoria Harbour, west of Tseung Kwan O. Administratively, it is part of Kwun Tong District, the most densely populated district in Hong Kong.
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