They said that if you’ve gone to Hong Kong, you’ve already visited the People’s Republic of China because it is one of its two Special Administrative Regions. The other one is Macau, just about 2 hours away.
Yes, well… close enough. But it’s still not China for me 🙂
One of the most densely populated areas in the world, Hong Kong also never sleeps — the fragrant harbor is always ready to welcome anyone at whatever time of day.
Here, I’m sharing some of the photos I took there during my last visit.
Is such a snob.
Every taxi displays the ID of the driver. Cool!
A regular sight when riding cable cars at Ocean Park. The maintenance team gets high 🙂
This one’s on an overpass from the ferry boat landing if I am not mistaken in Kowloon.
Love that building on the hill.
A pair of beautiful gold fishes at Ocean Park.
Hong Kong glistens in the afternoon sun from Victoria’s Peak.
Mongkok, Yau Tsim Mong District, Kowloon West — food and shopping mecca. No wonder Guinness honored it as the busiest district in the world. No place could be busier, yup!
I drooled looking at these.
Hong Kong’s skyline is a sight to behold.
Meeting Mr. Napoleon Wrass.
Cable car ride at the Ocean Park in Hong Kong is so exciting with a great vista of the scenery below. That’s from the Waterfront to the Summit!
The best marine life treasures can be found here.
Taxi stand just outside the Central Ferry Piers, Hong Kong.
There is a time of day at Hong Kong Disneyland, where they hold a parade and it’s a hit among visitors.