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Blog Posts

sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck – the best view in Hong Kong – My visit to the observation deck at the International Commerce Centre.

Victoria Peak.

Accommodation

Search for Hong Kong hotels at Agoda.

For first-time visitors read my guide on where to stay in Hong Kong.

Check out my tips for finding budget accommodation at the Chungking Mansions Hong Kong.

Travel Guides

Discover Hong Kong – Hong Kong Tourism Board.

Hong Kong Page – A directory of sites about Hong Kong information, including hotels, transportation, shopping, restaurants, entertainment, and tours.

China Mike Hong Kong Guide – Index page for all the China Mike Hong Kong pages.

Hong Kong Travel – Information for Hong Kong Island, Kowloon, and the New Territories.

Hong Kong Trip Guide – Hong Kong travel, hotels, tourist attractions, and shopping.

Hong Kong Traveller – Travel planner and tourist guide.

HK Travel Blog – A blog with Hong Kong travel information and news for the Asia Miles frequent flyer program.

Simple Dreamer – Blogs current events in Hong Kong.

Blogs

Hong Kong Blogs Review – The navigation is a bit messy but this site has loads of HK blogs in their directory.

Hong Wrong – Hong Wrong news and personal observations by Tom Grundy.

bluebalu: Living in Hong Kong – An expat blogging about living, eating, hiking and taking pictures in Hong Kong.

Jin Wong – Hong Kong blog of fashion, art and culture.

Hong Kong Travel Blog – Current events and life in HK.

Journey To Hong Kong – Personal blog featuring Hong Kong travel and politics.

Blog Posts

36 Hours in Hong Kong – By theglobalcouple.com.

No fear Hong Kong fun guide – A guide from smarttravelasia.com of the best sights, bars, hikes and beaches.

The no-nonsense travel guide to Hong Kong – By acruisingcouple.com.

4 tips for Hong Kong Travel – By livelearnventure.com.

Hong Kong Dog Cafe – An unmissable unique experience at On Dog Dog Cafe – While cat cafes are famous in Asia, dog lovers are not forgotten at this dog cafe, by inspiredbymaps.com.

Food

Dim Sum breakfast, Hong Kong

Hong Kong Food Blog – Restaurant reviews and eating tips.

Tours

Big Foot Tour – Hong Kong walking tours.

Books About Hong Kong


Ghetto at the Center of the World: Chungking Mansions, Hong KongGhetto at the Center of the World: Chungking Mansions by Gordon Mathews.

There’s nowhere quite like Chungking Mansions, a dilapidated seventeen-story commercial and residential structure in the heart of Hong Kong’s tourist district. It’s home to Pakistani phone stall operators, Chinese guesthouse workers, Nepalese heroin addicts, Indonesian sex workers, and traders and asylum seekers from all over Asia and Africa. It’s possibly the most globalized spot on the planet.

Guide Books

Lonely Planet Hong Kong (Travel Guide)

Photos

Bowrington Road market - Hong Kong
[Bowrington Road market, Hong Kong Island.]

Hong Kong skyline at night - Hong Kong

Hong Kong has one of the most impressive city skylines in the world. At night the skyline is lit up with A Symphony of Lights, a light show synchronized to cheesy music. It’s an interesting to see once, but really, the skyline needs no enhancement.

Hong Kong Photo Gallery – My photo gallery of visits to Hong Kong.

Photos From Hong Kong

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Comments

  1. John Paul Grant says:

    Im going to have to get over there at some point … looks awesome

  2.  Love the capture with the right timing for the colored light reflections of the city lights.

  3. I think HK has my favorite skyline in the world. AWESOME shot!!!

  4. I’m not a big fan of cities, but there is no denying that the view of those high rise buildings is pretty breath taking!

  5. Spectacular! I was recently in Singapore, which also has a very impressive city skyline – the best I’ve seen so far. But for me you just can’t get better than New York when it comes to skylines – purely because of how iconic it is.

  6. Chris Schwarz says:

    Hong Kong blew me away, it was far more impressive than Tokyo.

  7. Without a doubt Hong Kong is my favorite city in the world 🙂

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