Mong Kok is situated on the western part of Kowloon. New and old buildings stand here in great numbers; stores and restaurants are at street level. Nathan Road divides Mong Kok into two sections: shopping centers at eastern side and residential quarters at western side. Mong Kok is the most congested shopping and residential district
Avenue of Stars is a waterfront promenade at Tsim Sha Tsui coast of Hong Kong, adjacent to Hong Kong Museum of Art. It is built for praising exceptional people (actors, directors, singers or screenwriters etc.) who made great contributions to Hong Kong film industry. The avenue is modeled after the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Located on the western shore of Lantau Island, New Territories of Hong Kong, Tai O is the most famous and anthentic fishing village in Hong Kong. It is partly built on Lantau and partly on a very small island called Tai O also. There are many stilt houses over water in the village, hence it
Po Lin Monastery is the most renowned temple in Hong Kong. The monastery is located on Ngong Ping of Lantau Island. In front of it are the Tian Tan Buddha on Muyu Peak and Fahua Pogoda on the left side, and Lotus Mountain and Lion Rock on the right side.
Tian Tan Buddha is a giant outdoor bronze sitting Buddha statue on Ngong Ping Plateau of Lantau Island. It is one of the biggest sitting bronze Buddha statues in the world. The Buddha was built by Po Lin Monastery and its construction lasted for 12 years. This statue implied the hope of the stability and
Sai Kung is a beautiful town on Sai Kung Peninsula, part of Sai Kung District in the New Territories, Hong Kong. As it is the center of the surrounding villages, its nearby area may also be referred to as Sai Kung by people. The area consists of a few villages in a large country park
Lan Kwai Fong refers to the L-shaped upslope cobble-stoned lane in Central Hong Kong. While in a broad sense, it refers to the medium to high grade consumption area covering D’Aguilar Street, Wellington Street, Wyndham Street and a few other streets, where bars, clubs and restaurants gather. It is quite popular among young people, foreigners
Victoria Harbor is located between Hong Kong Island and Kowloon Peninsula of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China. It is the largest harbor in China and also the third largest in the world after San Francisco in the United States and Re de Janeiro in Brazil. The harbor area is