The best way to spend a day meeting new friends, drinking refreshing seabreeze and getting a front row view of the sunset over the impressive city skyline – Junks. These traditional Chinese boats have been transformed into a party tradition throughout the year, day or night.
Lantau Peak is the second highest peak in Hong Kong, standing at a height of 934 metres (3,064 ft) above sea level. It forms part of the Lantau Trail and has become increasingly popular among hikers for its stunning sunrise views.
Sai Ying Pun. One of the oldest areas of Hong Kong. Once infamous for segregating the Europeans above High Street while the Chinese were excluded below, now a booming hub filled with a diverse collection of residents, bars, restaurants and cafes.
Hong Kong is like a healthy salad where a variety of ingredients are mixed together to get the colourful result. We have people from all around the world and Jordan is the place known to be home to majority of the Nepalese.
Although there is no escaping the man-made, purpose built feel to Discovery Bay, the peninsula’s natural beauty shines through. Transforming the aptly named bay into somewhere calm and peaceful – the perfect island respite for busy Hongkongers.
Made up almost entirely of the Jockey Club’s skyline-illuminating two race tracked stadium, Happy Valley is the gambling, horse-racing core of Hong Kong. It’s nestled between Wan Chai and Central and (just like everywhere else on Hong Kong Island) is similarly skyscraper-intensive.
Known as the “crowded corner” in Chinese, Mong Kok has been labeled the busiest district in the world by the Guinness World Records. A conglomeration of eclectic buildings, lights, sounds and stalls – it is one of the major shopping centres of Hong Kong.
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