1. Kowloon Union Church - An architecture gothique in downtown
Kowloon Union Church, one of the earliest inter-denominational churches in Hong Kong, was built by the London Missionary Society with financial support from Sir Paul Chater. Rebuilt and maintained after World War II. The church possesses “Perpendicular Gothic” architectural features, with pitched Chinese-tiled roof, red load-bearing brick walls and contrasting grey granite steps and window surrounds. It is still open to the public.
2. Yue Hwa Chinese Products Emporium - Centro stigma of ancient and modern eastern products.
Yue Hwa Chinese Products Emporium has a long history in Hong Kong since its establishment in 1959. Besides it is a large retailing group offering Chinese products, it is an obvious icon in Jordan. You can meet Yue Hwa Chinese Products Emporium by different transportation. If you want to buy different kinds of Chinese Products, you can go to Yue Hwa to take a look when you pass by Jordan.
3. Temple Street - “Man Street” with traditions.
The street stands of Temple Street will start setting up after the sunset. You can buy anything you want in Temple Street such as traditional clothes, hand crafts, tea sets, jade and cheap electronic products. There are also many fortune telling stalls. You can taste the local food in Temple Street too.
4. Hong Kong Jade Market - Must go if you are an antique enthusiast!
Eastern always love to buy jade as a gift. It can differ in different colors and types. For every jade, it has its own meaning of blessing. You can go to the jade market to buy the jade you love. It can be fancy or simple according to your budget. How can you miss if you are an antique enthusiast?
5. Tin Hau Temple - There are incense filled rooms all day.
Tin Hau Temple in Yau Ma Tei is the largest Tin Hau Temple in Kowloon. The temple location was the reclamation area. Fishermen and village people will come to worship Tin Hau a long time ago. Although fishing is not for living, people still always see Tin Hau as a guardian of the sea to build temples for worship.