Location, Climate: Kowloon is a popular area in Hong Kong which consists of the New Kowloon and Kowloon Peninsula. This urban area is bordered by Mei Foo, Stonecutter's Island, Lei Yue Mun, Lion Rock, Tate's Cairn and Victoria Harbour. The climate in Kowloon is classic subtropical meaning that summers are humid and hot while winters are mild. The peak season is from October to December when it is sunny and cool. Brief History : The peninsula's name was derived from the Chinese emperor that counted the eight mountains overlooking which was referred to as the nine dragons. During the 20th century, Kowloon started to progress having huge developments but it got too congested after the Second World War. Events, Landmarks, Activities: Kowloon has a rich culture and hosts many unique festivals including the Hungry Ghost Festival in April and Monkey God Festival in September. Make sure to book a hotel in advance since most hotels tend to get fully-booked during the peak season. The best place to go for sightseeing is the Kowloon Waterfront where you can enjoy panoramic views of the island and skyline. No trip to Kowloon is complete without watching the Symphony of Lights which showcases amazing light shows every night. Other must-see attractions include the dazzling Avenue of the Stars, the spectacular Sik Sik Yuen Wong Tai Sin Temple and the beautiful Kowloon Park. Transportation: The best way to explore Kowloon is to use the highly popular and easy to use MRT (Mass Transit Railway). Getting to and from the airport is easy with the AEL ( Airport express).