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Standing on the Giant’s Shoulder: The “Mask Rock” on Mount Nicholson
Located above Wong Nai Chung Reservoir in the middle of Hong Kong Island, Mount Nicholson, apart from being known as a luxury residential area, is also a famous hiking destination to see the landmark “Mask Rock”.
Chungking Mansions - An Offbeat International Landmark
Are you one of those people who know about Chungking Mansions because of the movie Chungking Express directed by Wong Kar Wai? Do you have an image of it being a mysterious, dangerous place shared by a mix of good and bad people with different cultural background? In fact, Chungking Mansions is home to a huge variety of ethnic minorities, such as Indian, South Asian and African. Let’s take a closer look at this “mini-United Nations”!
Beautiful Cityscape of Central Kowloon - Choi Tak Estate
Public housing estates in Hong Kong not only have uniquely designed façades, some of them are even praised as “King of Public Housing” as they occupy a nice location comparable to those of private residential buildings. Completed in 2010, Choi Tak Estate in Ngau Tau Kok is such an estate that offers sweeping cityscape of Central Kowloon.
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.
Kai Kung Leng Photo Trip - Fish Pond Sunset in the Northwest New Territories
The vast area of fish ponds in the Northwest New Territories near Shenzhen River have been producing a great variety of freshwater fish species including the famous Jinga Shrimp to feed Hong Kong since 1950s. However, for photo lovers, those west-facing fish ponds located in Kai Kung Leng makes the perfect sunset photography location when the water shows golden reflections during the sunset hours.