The Camphora


    Situated in the historic heart of Tsim Sha Tsui, The Camphora commands a coveted address in one of Hong Kong’s most vibrant retail and commercial districts. Its 24 serviced studios with feature spacious private balconies. Not only is the property a step away from prime shopping belt Canton Road, the urban refuge of Kowloon Park, and Tsim Sha Tsui Station, but its location and architecture are steeped in rich local history. A beautifully appointed building that makes statements in sustainability, heritage, and design, The Camphora is the perfect place to call home.

    51-52 Haiphong Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon


    The property takes its name from 12 camphor trees, which have been recognised on Hong Kong’s list of Old and Valuable Trees for their 130 years of age. Known as “feng shui trees”, the species is relatively uncommon among older trees in Hong Kong. This row of evergreen trees provides shelter and shade over busy Haiphong Road.



    The architectural style that The Camphora employs is known as renewal streamline moderne, which combines elements of art deco and streamline moderne. Interiors comprise beige furniture, wooden elements and a bright, airy palette, creating cosy yet contemporary residences.



    Renamed in 1909 after a northern Vietnamese port for its strong commercial ties to Hong Kong, Haiphong Road features a number of important historical sites. Within nearby Kowloon Park, for instance, there’s the Hong Kong Heritage Discovery Centre, which evolved from what was meant to be a temporary Museum of History site in the 1890s.


    The Camphora comprises 24 studio suites. Starting from the 2nd floor, all suites feature a spacious private balcony from which residents can enjoy a majestic view of the picturesque surroundings. The streamlined rooms include a spacious layout as well as a fully-equipped bathroom and enclosed kitchen.


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    Residents have the privilege of accessing the property's Clubhouse on the fifth floor, which comprises a gym, balcony, and reading area with complimentary coffee and tea — perfect for a spot of leisurely relaxation. Meanwhile, a curated collection of retail stores gather along Haiphong and Canton Roads. Rooms benefit from maid and linen service twice a week. Since suites include a fully equipped bathroom and kitchen — including kitchen utensils — moving in is a breeze.


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    Appliances & Amenities
    • Induction Cooker Hob
    • Cooker Hood
    • Microwave Oven
    • Oven
    • Electric Kettle and Toaster
    • Refrigerator
    • Electric Water Heater
    • Exhaust Fan
    • Hair Dryer
    • Curtain
    • Air-conditioner
    • Queen-size Bed with Down Pillows

    • Duvet

    • Steam Iron and Ironing Board

    • Electronic Safe

    • LED iDTV with Now TV Channels and Local Channels

    • Complimentary Broadband Internet and Wifi

    • Complimentary Local Phone Calls

    • Twice a Week Housekeeping Services

    • 24-hour Security Services

    • Access Control System

    • Rooftop Garden

    • Gymnasium

    • Reading Area

    • Self-service Laundry Room


    Merely a step away from Tsim Sha Tsui MTR Station, The Camphora provides easy access to Hong Kong's efficient transport network, granting you with a window to all corners of the city. The Camphora is also in the midst of some of the district's best attractions.


    Estimated walking time to nearby public transport

    • Tsim Sha Tsui Station
    1 min
    • East Tsim Sha Tsui Station
    4 min
    • Mody Road Bus Terminus
    5 min
    • Hong Kong China Ferry Terminal 
    11 min
    • Tsim Sha Tsui Bus Terminus 
    11 min
    • Star Ferry Pier
    13 min
    • Hong Kong West Kowloon Express Rail Station 
    18 min


    Estimated MTR journey times from Tsim Sha Tsui Station

    • Central Station
    6 min
    • Causeway Bay Station
    8 min
    • Hong Kong International Airport Station
    44 min



    The heart of Kowloon peninsula, Tsim Sha Tsui boasts a plethora of shopping destinations — luxury and high street both — and dining hotspots. But it's not all about metropolitan glitz. The district is also home to cultural and historic sites — and everything is easily walkable right from The Camphora.

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    Kowloon Park

    You’re bound for a refreshing start to the day at this verdant 13 hectare park bordered by Nathan and Canton Road. Stroll around the flamingo pond, jog among tai chi practitioners or enjoy a swim at the pool.

    Signal Hill Garden

    Tucked onto Minden Row, Signal Hill Garden encompasses Signal Hill Tower, an Edwardian-style Grade II historic building that used to issue signals for the Hong Kong Observatory.

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    Hong Kong's Walk of Fame

    Sprawling along the Victoria Harbour and taking its cue from the Hollywood Walk of Fame is Hong Kong’s own dedication to the luminaries of its film industry. The names of over 100 actors, screenwriters, directors, and other celebrities are emblazoned along the promenade, some featuring handprints and signatures.

    Hong Kong Museum of Art

    The city’s main art museum showcases paintings, calligraphy and sculpture from Hong Kong, China, and the rest of Asia, rotating its exhibitions frequently so that all of its shows are new and fresh. Given its location perched on the waterfront, its exterior view is almost as striking as what’s housed inside.

    Hong Kong Space Museum

    This egg-shaped dome on Salisbury Road is as eye-catching inside as it is without, being home to a state-of-the-art theatre for OMNIMAX shows that’ll make you feel as though you’re embarking on a space journey of your own.

    Xiqu Centre

    Newly opened at the West Kowloon Cultural District is the Xiqu Centre, a love letter to Chinese opera and other forms of Chinese traditional theatre. The venue, which comprises over a thousand seats, arranges plenty of performances and film screenings. Its undulating contemporary architecture also makes it more than worth a visit.

    West Kowloon Cultural District

    Just a quick cab ride away is the West Kowloon Cultural District, which to date comprises M+ Pavilion and Art Park; the former showcases a range of exhibitions while the latter is a verdant promenade where performances, exhibitions, and other cultural events are held.

    Former Kowloon-Canton Railway Clock Tower

    Having survived both World Wars, the iconic Clock Tower has stood proud in the city for over a century, and is often the first landmark that comes to Hongkongers’ minds when Tsim Sha Tsui comes up in conversation.

    Hong Kong Cultural Centre

    A fixture on Kowloon’s waterfront, the cultural centre is both a striking architectural masterwork and the cultural hub of the city, putting on countless music and dance performances every year.



    SOGO Tsim Sha Tsui features premium cosmetic counters, men’s and women’s apparel, a food court, and a Japanese supermarket.


    Not your regular shopping mall, art mall K11 employs a “museum retail concept”, running regular art exhibitions and performances that support the local creative community.


    At the junction of Nathan Road and Peking Road is this 31-storey complex, which boasts a striking glass facade as well as an array of family-friendly shops and restaurants, and a cinema with an IMAX digital theatre.

    The One

    Showcasing how Hong Kong turns verticality into an art form is 23-storey shopping mall The One, which sits along buzzing Nathan Road and offers a wide range of shops and restaurants to visit.

    Harbour City

    Sprawling along western Canton Road and cumulating at the historic Star Ferry, Harbour City is home to a plethora of high-end brands.

    China Hong Kong City

    Hailed as the “Golden Gateway to China” for its proximity to the China Ferry Terminal and its impressive shopping experience, China Hong Kong City is the place to go for a shopping spree before your trip to China or Macau. It also comprises office buildings, a hotel, and a bus terminus.

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    Knutsford Terrace

    Unofficially dubbed “Kowloon’s Lan Kwai Fong” for its smorgasbord of bars, cafés and restaurants, Knutsford Terrace blends European architecture and a tranquil location away from the busy main streets; hanging out here will truly transport you away from the stresses of the city.

    Food Garden

    Located on the promenade level of China Hong Kong City is the complex’s Food Garden, which offers a diverse range of culinary delights at excellent value. Grab a quick coffee or nosh on some dim sum in front of the stunning waterfront.

    Alfresco Lane

    Enjoy the dazzling night view of the Victoria Harbour while savouring international dishes in this popular open-air eatery. It’s the ideal spot for a relaxing Sunday with friends and family, too.