All year long
The 44 metre high clock tower is a historic symbol that rises above the city. Built in 1915, this clock was situated at the end of the Kowloon - Canton railway line which enabled the very rapid development of Kowloon. Owing to the First World War, the clock was not actually in service until 1921. The station was demolished in the 70s, but the clock tower was preserved for its historical and architectural interest.
This event is a suggestion for a visit, not an organised tour.