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Traveltease brings you a tantalising taste of the Orient.

Take a tour of one of Hong Kong's most exciting districts.

In recent years, West Kowloon has taken on a postmodernist sheen as Hong Kong’s newest arts hub, but under all the glitz and glamour, this remains one of the city’s oldest neighbourhoods. 

In this week's Traveltease, we're giving you the chance to come and explore the area of West Kowloon where east truly meets west. Good luck!


West Kowloon Cultural District (WKCD) is a large-scale land reclamation project. What is the area known for?
A popular market selling trinkets, souvenirs and jewellery made from a green gemstone is located in West Kowloon. Name the market.
Originally built in 1913, this Yau Ma Tei market stocks fresh produce from around the world. What does it sell?
West Kowloon is the stomping ground for many master craftsmen. What does Chan Chi Kee specialise in?
On the waterfront is M+, Asia’s first global museum of contemporary visual culture. When is it scheduled to open?
Opened in the 1950s, the Mido Café serves traditional Hong Kong cha chaan teng. Which of these dishes can you eat here?
Master Yan can be found in West Kowloon, handmaking qipaos and Chinese cotton jackets for celebrities, fashion brands and television stations. What is a qipao?
The Xiqu centre in the WKCD is dedicated to which traditional art form?
Ferry point in West Kowloon is a great place for a food detour. Tim Kee French sandwiches has been selling what item since the 1970s?
Travelling at 200kmh, how long does it take to get from West Kowloon to Guangzhou in China on the high-speed rail?

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