Kowloon c. 1868, depicting the Qing-era Kowloon Walled City and Lion Rock (in the background)
Map of Kowloon in 1915
Hong Kong's old airport, Kai Tak, was located in Kowloon Bay.
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University in Hung Hom
King George V School, Homantin
Western Harbour Crossing, one of the tunnels that link Kowloon with Hong Kong Island
Urban Council Centenary Garden fountain, Tsim Sha Tsui
Maze Garden, Kowloon Park, Tsim Sha Tsui
An Air France Boeing 747 passing above Kowloon, prior to landing at the old airport in 1998.
Star Ferry Pier, with the Hong Kong Cultural Centre and Tsim Sha Tsui Clock Tower in the background.
Kowloon Masjid and Islamic Centre
Night view of Kowloon from Hong Kong Island

Urban area in Hong Kong comprising the Kowloon Peninsula and New Kowloon.

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New Kowloon

Area in Hong Kong, bounded in the south by Boundary Street, and in the north by the ranges of the Eagle's Nest, Beacon Hill, Lion Rock, Tate's Cairn and Kowloon Peak.

By the Convention of Peking in 1860, the territory of British-owned Kowloon was defined as area in Kowloon Peninsula south of Boundary Street (known as Kowloon, inclusive of Stonecutter's Island), which was ceded by the Qing Empire (Ch'ing Empire, Manchu Empire) to the United Kingdom under the Convention.

Kwun Tong District

One of the 18 districts of Hong Kong.


It is located in Kowloon, and is the easternmost and southernmost district in Kowloon.

Kowloon City District

One of the 18 districts of Hong Kong.

A section of Fuk Lo Tsun Road, Kowloon City

It is located in the city of Kowloon.

Lei Yue Mun

Short channel in Hong Kong.

A photo showing the shores of Lei Yue Mun and Yau Tong, Sam Ka Tsuen Typhoon Shelter and Sam Ka Tsuen.
A village and seafood restaurants in Lei Yue Mun, Kowloon.
A Tin Hau temple in Lei Yue Mun, Kowloon.
Ruins of loading ramps for the former stone quarries, in Lei Yue Mun, Kowloon.
Joyful Jump, a sculpture in front of Lei Yue Mun Municipal Services Building, depicting a carp leaping the Dragon Gate.

It lies between Junk Bay and Victoria Harbour, separating Kowloon and Hong Kong Island.

Mei Foo Sun Chuen

Map of Mei Foo Sun Chuen
Mount Sterling Mall before renovation (2008)
Mei Foo Sun Chuen shopping arcade atrium (2013)
Podium (2011)
Waterfront (2011)

Mei Foo Sun Chuen or simply Mei Foo is a large private housing estate in Lai Chi Kok, Kowloon, Hong Kong.

Wong Tai Sin District

One of the 18 districts of Hong Kong.

It is located in Kowloon, and is the northernmost district in Kowloon.

Hong Kong

City and special administrative region of China on the eastern Pearl River Delta in South China.

Hong Kong in 1868, photograph by John Thomson
British Hong Kong flag from 1959 to 1997
Since 2012, the legislature has met in the Tamar Legislative Council Complex.
The Court of Final Appeal Building formerly housed the Supreme Court and the Legislative Council.
2019–2020 Hong Kong protests
Areas of urban development and vegetation are visible in this satellite image.
A residential building in Quarry Bay
2016 population pyramid
Wong Tai Sin Temple is dedicated to the Taoist deity Wong Tai Sin
Hong Kong is one of the world's busiest container ports
A proportional representation of Hong Kong exports, 2019
Former trading floor of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange
Entrance to the Cross-Harbour Tunnel in Hung Hom, Kowloon
MTR train on the Tung Chung line
Statue of Bruce Lee on the Avenue of Stars, a tribute to the city's film industry
The Hong Kong Sevens, considered the premier tournament of the World Rugby Sevens Series, is played each spring.
Old campus of St. Paul's College, the first school established in the colonial era
University of Hong Kong main building
TVB City, headquarters of Hong Kong's first over-the-air television station

"Fragrant" may refer to the sweet taste of the harbour's freshwater influx from the Pearl River or to the odour from incense factories lining the coast of northern Kowloon.

Lion Rock

Mountain in Hong Kong.

Lion Rock is in the Red area on Kowloon Peninsula
Below the Lion Rock (Night Panorama)
General view of Kowloon circa 1868, with Lion Rock in the background overlooking the Qing-era Kowloon Walled City.
Kwun Tong Road and Lion Rock in 1945 (upper right corner)
Photo of Lion Rock taken in 2006 from the Kowloon side.
Panorama from the top of Lion Rock.
Looking towards the west.
Banner hung up on the Lion Rock in support of the 2014 Hong Kong protests.
Kowloon Peninsula from Lion Rock Summit on a clear day (2019)

It is located in Sha Tin District, between Kowloon Tong of Kowloon and Tai Wai of the New Territories, and is 495 m high.

Victoria Harbour

Natural landform harbour in Hong Kong separating Hong Kong Island in the south from the Kowloon Peninsula to the north.

A sketch of the view of Victoria Harbour from a hill, 1845
Victoria Harbour and Hong Kong Island in the 1860s
HMS Tamar anchored off the naval dockyard in Victoria Harbour in 1905
View from the Sky100
China Airlines Flight 605 went beyond the end of the runway and down into the water
Satellite view of Victoria Harbour in the 2000s
Victoria Harbour seen westward from Central Plaza, with the shores of Hong Kong Island at the left and Kowloon at the right.
Hong Kong's old airport, Kai Tak, was located in Victoria Harbour.
Hong Kong Ocean Terminal in December 2008
Meridian Star of the Star Ferry crossing Victoria Harbour
The ocean liner RMS Queen Elizabeth caught fire and capsized in Victoria Harbour in 1972.

Hoi Sham Island (connected to To Kwa Wan, Kowloon)

Kai Tak Airport

The international airport of Hong Kong from 1925 until 1998.

Kai Tak Airport in 1998, the morning after its closure
The airport was surrounded by high-rise buildings. The airport car park is at the centre, and offices are on the right of the photograph.
Aerial view of the airport in 1971, three years before the 1974 extension.
Airport forecourt.
Departure hall of Kai Tak Airport.
Northwest Cargo 747-200F landing.
Layout of Kai Tak Airport prior to its 1998 closure
An Air France Boeing 747-400 passing above the very crowded Kowloon City during its approach and landing.
Cathay Pacific Boeing 777-200 (B-HNC) on final approach to Kai Tak runway 13, overflying Kowloon at low altitude.
A Cathay Pacific Boeing 747-300 landing at Kai Tak Airport runway 13
"Checkerboard Hill", which was a major navigational aid for the Runway 13 approach, as seen from Kowloon Tsai Park.
Hong Kong Aviation Club building at the former Kai Tak Airport, with the headquarters of the Hong Kong Air Cadet Corps
China Airlines Flight 605 crashed into Victoria Harbour after it failed to stop on the runway during a typhoon
Aerial view of the Kai Tak Development site in 2017
Ka Ching Estate is the first housing estate to be built on the old Kai Tak Airport site. It is located on the north eastern side of the site, where the maintenance area was located
Kai Tak Runway Park with its former runway number: 13

Kai Tak was located on the east side of Kowloon Bay in Kowloon, Hong Kong.