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Che Kung Temple at Sha Tin - Welcome the New Year with the Sounds of Drum and Bell
Che Kung Temple at Sha Tin is always visited by a large number of devotees who come to worship the god and spin the fan-bladed wheel of fortune for good luck on the third day of the lunar new year. Declared a Grade 2 Historic Building, Che Kung Temple is ornamented with intricate divine creature carvings.
Visit the Historic Sites in Tung Chung and Watch the Plane’s Landing and Take Off
Speaking of Tung Chung, the first thing that comes to mind must be Ngong Ping Cable Car. Apart from visiting the Big Buddha, there are actually many good places for photography between the town centre and the airport. The photo trip this time will visit some historic sites
Capture Big Waves Crashing Onto the Shore of Tung Lung Chau
ung Lung Chau, also known as Tung Lung Island or Nam Tong Island, houses many naturally formed sea caves. Villagers there used to call these caves as “holes”, and this is how the island got its name as the pronunciation is similar in Cantonese. Tung Lung Chau is the southernmost island in the Sai Kung district, and is located off the southern tip of Clear Water Bay Peninsula.
Limited for October - Giant Moon in the Concrete Forest
To name the most popular photography spots in Hong Kong this October, Lee Tung Avenue must be one of them! Hanging amid the busy Wan Chai district full of high-rise buildings, the giant installation art piece “Museum of the Moon” created by UK artist Luke Jerram measuring 7 metres in diameter and featuring detailed NASA imagery of the lunar surface allows the public to have an up-close experience with the “moon”.
Nan Lian Garden - An Antique Architecture in the Bustling City
Located next to Chi Lin Nunnery in Diamond Hill, Nan Lian Garden is a Tang Dynasty-style garden adorned with antique timber structures and beautifully landscaped with trees, rocks and water features that offers a rich variety of photographic topics to photo lovers. Changing scenery can be enjoyed if you take a stroll along the paths in the garden, with meticulously planned layout that will give you an illusion that you are within a landscape painting.
Visit the Historic Sites in Tung Chung and Watch the Plane’s Landing and Take Off
Speaking of Tung Chung, the first thing that comes to mind must be Ngong Ping Cable Car. Apart from visiting the Big Buddha, there are actually many good places for photography between the town centre and the airport. The photo trip this time will visit some historic sites