Plaza Hollywood (Chinese: 荷里活廣場) is one of the largest shopping centres in the Diamond Hill area, New Kowloon, Hong Kong. Featuring four floors surrounding a central atrium, its main advertising scheme involves everything similar to Hollywood. It was developed by the Wharf Holdings.
The main attraction of this shopping centre is the Stars Atrium. It is often home to many promotional features, including the 1 vs. 100 feature during the month of August in 2006. It also features a large LED screen.
Plaza Hollywood is served by:
- Hollywood Hong Kong, a 2001 Hong Kong film directed by Fruit Chan, set in Tai Hom Village, with references to Plaza Hollywood.
- Wong Tung & Partners
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