In search of the perfect accommodation that will let you explore all the best things that Hong Kong has to offer? Tsim Sha Tsui is the perfect place for those looking for a luxurious stay right in the heart of Hong Kong, China. Located on the vibrant Kowloon peninsula, this area offers easy access to some of Hong Kong's best attractions, with the Avenue of Stars and the world’s first art mall being but the mere tip of the iceberg. It is also home to some of the city's most exclusive restaurants, exotic nightlife, and indulgent shopping experiences.
Modena by Fraser Hong Kong is strategically situated just a 3-minute walk away from Tsim Sha Tsui MTR Station in Kowloon. Step outside your serviced apartment and be greeted by streets lined with designer stores, upscale restaurants and more. Getting around is easy with plenty of taxis and a well-connected subway network that takes you anywhere you want to go in the city. The property is also close to major cultural attractions such as the Hong Kong Cultural Centre and Hong Kong Museum of the Arts, while a mind-boggling array of shops, malls and eateries are ready to be explored within walking distance.
Modena by Fraser Hong Kong is your perfect gateway to Kowloon, the ‘other side’ of Hong Kong island that is famous for its night markets, arts and culture, lively bars, and trendy restaurants. Designed to address the road warriors, be welcomed by thoughtful touches throughout the serviced apartment, redefining the essence of business travel. Our 18 sqm to 32 sqm serviced apartments provide an alluring alternative to conventional accommodation. Whether for vacation or short-term rental for work, enjoy utmost privacy and gratification when you book any of our 36 spacious studios in Modena by Fraser Hong Kong.
Hong Kong is a world-renowned tourist destination, offering a wealth of unique attractions and experiences alongside its wealth of beautiful serviced apartments. From its bustling city centre and iconic skyline to its traditional fishing villages, Hong Kong is the perfect embodiment of East meets West, blending ancient Chinese culture with modern Western sophistication. There are plenty of things to do and places to go in Hong Kong, from taking in the spectacular views of Victoria Harbour and Kowloon, to experiencing the vibrant nightlife, shopping malls and endless gourmet restaurants scattered all throughout the city.
For those looking for something a little different to unwind, there are also plenty of fun outdoor activities for all to enjoy, such as hiking up the dynamic Ngong Ping Trail or cycling down the car-free outlying island of Cheung Chau. Culture enthusiasts can explore temples and enjoy traditional festivals, while devoted foodies can indulge in some of the world's best Cantonese cuisines. The city of Hong Kong also revels in its role as a major financial centre, hosting one of the most dynamic business communities in Asia and offering some of the world's best offices and world-class entertainment.
Around Tsim Sha Tsui itself, you will also find some of Hong Kong's most interesting neighbourhoods, with plenty of boutique shopping and dining options to explore. Countless travel guides praise this spot as the perfect place to go if one wants to experience Hong Kong in another light, relatively removed from its fast-paced city centre. Temples, cultural hubs, galleries and other landmarks are all within easy reach — perfect for a weekend getaway or an extended stay in one of our serviced apartments. The vibrant atmosphere and the incredible city views also make Tsim Sha Tsui an unforgettable destination.
While there are countless attractions to visit in Hong Kong, there are some places you should definitely not miss out on.
Explore Hong Kong's vibrant night markets and street food stalls for a truly local experience.
Climb the dizzying heights of Victoria Peak and take in the city from its highest point.
Discover Hong Kong's fascinating culture and history with visits to places like the Hong Kong Museum of History, Hong Kong Space Museum, Hong Kong Heritage Museum.
Shop 'til you drop at some of Asia's premier shopping destinations, including Causeway Bay, Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade, Stanley Market, and K11.
Experience world-class dining in Hong Kong with an array of culinary options from traditional Chinese dim sum to modern fusion cuisines.
Go sightseeing on one of Hong Kong's iconic double-decker trams; they're as much a part of the city's character as its skyscrapers!
Unwind and relax with a pampering spa treatment or a leisurely stroll through one of Hong Kong's many scenic parks and gardens, such as Tamar Park, Sha Tin Park, and Kowloon Walled City Park.
Enjoy the best in entertainment with performances at venues such as the Symphony of Lights, Hong Kong Coliseum, and Sai Kung Tseung Kwan O Promenade.
Network with the city's business elite at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre.
Visit some of the world’s most iconic attractions — from the Tian Tan Buddha on Lantau Island to Ocean Park Hong Kong and HK Disneyland Castle.
Directly translating as The Sharp Sandspit, the former dockland area known as Tsim Sha Tsui has become a modern shopping, dining and tourist destination. From your serviced apartment, take a stroll down to the Avenue of Stars that stretches along the waterfront promenade, and take in the stunning views of Hong Kong’s Victoria Harbour. Then, explore smaller streets full of unique shops selling just about anything and everything you can think of, from electronics to souvenirs, located in nearby Nathan Road or Kowloon Park. For a break from the hustle and bustle unique to Hong Kong, ascend to the top of Tsim Sha Tsui’s highest peak — Lion Rock. From here, you can take in sweeping views of the island city or partake in traditional festivals regularly hosted at this heritage site.
There are many places to experience diverse art, culture and history in Hong Kong — a hidden gem awaiting to be explored. From the bustling markets of Mong Kok to the hiking trails of Lantau Island, there is never a dull moment. Head to the world-famous Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery and Sik Sik Yuen Wong Tai Sin Temple to be immersed in traditional history and culture.
For those looking to experience Hong Kong's vibrant arts scene, there are plenty of galleries and museums showcasing both local and international works. Art lovers should not miss out on visiting the Museum of Art at Tsim Sha Tsui, boasting impressive collections from Chinese ink paintings to contemporary sculptures, or any one of the city's many public arts institutions, such as Para/Site Art Space. Of course, no visit to Hong Kong is complete without a trip to the renowned Hong Kong Cultural Centre — home of the world-famous Symphony Orchestra. Here, visitors can enjoy live performances, exhibitions, and screenings in the beautiful waterfront theatre.
If you have a dire passion for shopping, Hong Kong will definitely not disappoint. Many of the world's best luxury brands have their flagship stores here, and can be found in the designer fashion malls along Canton Road in Tsim Sha Tsui — easily accessible when you stay at Modena by Fraser Hong Kong. One of Hong Kong’s most vibrant districts, Causeway Bay also boasts a wide selection of high-end and mid-range department stores, such as Sogo and Times Square, while smaller boutiques line Lockhart Road.
For something truly unique, head to Stanley Market where you’ll find bargains galore amongst souvenirs and homewares, or Jade Market on Kansu Street where you can pick up trinkets made from semi-precious stones surrounded by old temples and market stalls. The Temple Street night market is also great for souvenirs and electronics.
Hong Kong is renowned for its food culture and culinary diversity. From Chinese-style cha chaan teng comfort food, to delicious dumplings, and the freshest seafood available in the world — Hong Kong has it all, and more. The best part? Staying at Modena by Fraser Hong Kong puts you within easy reach of some of the city's best restaurants and markets.
Take a short 15-minute drive to Hong Kong’s CBD, and explore Central’s mall-lined streets to find the everlasting queue at Tai Cheong Bakery. Established in 1954, this family-run bakery serves up freshly made egg tarts filled with creamy custard that is perfectly balanced between sweet and savoury. For something more substantial, head over to Yung Kee Restaurant on Wellington St., one of the city’s oldest restaurants renowned for its roast goose.
For an unforgettable evening, head on over to Sushi Tokami on Canton Road. With a Michelin Star, the 12-seat restaurant offers omakase menus that showcase world-class sushi crafted with painstaking attention to detail. Afterwards, take a stroll back to where a space of your own that affords privacy awaits — perfect for respiteful rest after a night filled with delicious delicacies.
Hong Kong is one of the world's premier business destinations and an ideal place to host international meetings and events. Thanks to its efficient transport system, Hong Kong is well connected with mainland China and Southeast Asia — making it an excellent location for global meetings, conferences, and other business events. The iconic Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC) offers a unique venue for your next event, combining state-of-the-art technology with luxury amenities right in the heart of Causeway Bay. From grand plenary sessions in Main Hall 1 to intimate boardroom seating in Room A, you'll experience first-class hospitality at every turn.
Located in the South Kowloon, Modena by Fraser Hong Kong is easily accessible via numerous transport routes and services. With Hong Kong’s Airport Express, you can be at your serviced apartment within an hour from the airport. If you prefer to take a taxi for your arrival, airport transfers are also available upon request.