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The Streets and Architecture of Hong Kong | Explore Hong Kong

The Streets and Architecture of Hong Kong | Explore Hong Kong

The streets of Hong Kong and the architecture are so diverse and it is amazing to see the contrasts in this unique place. Hong Kong itself is so incredibly diverse in terms of people and food and so it is only fitting that the buildings and street views are as equally diverse. Some streets are also home to street markets, where vendors sell everything from jewelry, knock off brand purses and sunglasses, phone cases and accessories, traditional looking clothing, cheap…

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Tian Tan Buddha and Po Lin Monastery | Explore Hong Kong

Tian Tan Buddha and Po Lin Monastery | Explore Hong Kong

We arrived in Hong Kong around 8 a.m., nice and early! We decided to grab some breakfast in the airport before heading out to our first stop which was the Tian Tan Buddha! After a breakfast of steamed vegetable buns and wonton soup (very delicious by the way) we dropped our luggage off in storage and grabbed a bus route map.

Victoria Harbour | Explore Hong Kong

Victoria Harbour | Explore Hong Kong

Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong’s famous skyline and rightly so. The harbour is between Hong Kong Island and Kowloon Peninsula and is, of course, named after Queen Victoria. It is the third largest port in the world and a very busy place for tourists, nationals, ferries and cargo ships.

Hong Kong is the Place to Eat | Explore Hong Kong (Food Post)

Hong Kong is the Place to Eat | Explore Hong Kong (Food Post)

Warning: you will either be very hungry after reading this post or will have booked a ticket to Hong Kong just to go and eat. If you love food than you will love Hong Kong! It is definitely a foodie place to eat, for anyone who enjoys food. From juice bars to Mexican burritos to ending the night with a fruit loop ice cream cone, it was the best three days of eating I’ve ever had. There is just so…

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