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Welcome to our Hong Kong Walking Tour where we show you the inside of Hong Kong’s busiest and most touristy MTR Station, Tsim Sha Tsui. Our video is shot in Ultra HD 4K, crystal clear quality, as if you are actually here. Every tourist before coming to Hong Kong, or in Hong Kong already, should watch this video. Tsim Sha Tsui MTR has many many exits that lead to an assortment of tourist attractions. The MTR station is also very big.
‘Tsim Sha Tsui (Chinese: 尖沙咀; Cantonese Yale: Jīmsājéui) is an MTR station on the Tsuen Wan line. The station, originally opened in 1979 on the Kwun Tong Line, serves the area of Tsim Sha Tsui.
East Tsim Sha Tsui station on the West Rail line, which opened on 24 October 2004, is connected to this station by underground pedestrian passages. The two stations serve as an interchange point between the Tsuen Wan and West Rail lines.
Tsim Sha Tsui station is linked with East Tsim Sha Tsui station through the Mody Road and Middle Road subways. Though the stations are independent from one another, they share a common exit naming scheme to avoid confusion.
In Tsim Sha Tsui station
A1: Kowloon Park Wheelchair user access
A2: Humphreys Avenue
B1: Nathan Road
B2: Cameron Road
C1: Nathan Road Wheelchair user access
C2: Peking Road
D1: (temporarily closed until 2018)
D2: Carnarvon Road
D3: K11 Art Mall
E: Kowloon Hotel
H: iSQUARE Wheelchair user access
R: iSQUARE Wheelchair user access
In East Tsim Sha Tsui station
J: Avenue of Stars Wheelchair user access
K: Middle Road Wheelchair user access
L1: Hermes House
L3: Peninsula Hotel Wheelchair user access
L4: Kowloon Hotel
L5: Peking Road Wheelchair user access
L6: Salisbury Road Wheelchair user access
N1: Mody Road Wheelchair user access
N2: Hanoi Road
N3: K11 Art Mall
N4: K11 Art Mall
N5: Nathan Road
P1: Wing On Plaza Wheelchair user access
P2: Tsim Sha Tsui East Wheelchair user access
P3: Chatham Road South Wheelchair user access’
The above excerpt is from Wikipedia.
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