This is one of probably thousands of pictures we have of the same skyline. You honestly never ever get sick of looking at this view. This is a constant reminder of Hong Kong's incredible development throughout the decades to become what it is today. Every now and then you get lucky and catch a junk floating by.
Hong Kong is a city with the most skyscrapers/high-rises in the world. Many of the outdated residential towers are spectacularly hideous but it's also home to some gorgeous architecture. The Bank of China Tower on the right is iconic.
Ocean Park Cable Car is a must when you visit Hong Kong. One time is definitely enough of an experience but it is a beautiful once in a lifetime experience.
Chi Lin Nunnery is a Buddhist Temple in the Diamond Hill district on the Kowloon side of Hong Kong. This is another place that is worth the trek to visit. While you are still surrounded by tall residential high-rises, it's still tranquil enough that you feel like you're away from the centre of Hong Kong.
People don't realize that Hong Kong is actually very green. You just need to escape outside of the city to see the untamed beauty. Yes this shot is a bit misleading as it was taken in Admiralty at Hong Kong Park. We just thought the palms were quite pretty.
Newly hung up lanterns when Lei Tung Avenue first opened. A bit unauthentic in terms of reflecting Hong Kong's glory days but it's still worth a stroll.
Wooloomooloo in Wan Chai is THE best rooftop bar in our opinion. A little biased maybe as this was where we ended up during our first date. This rooftop isn't as high as the other ones you've heard of but seriously, here you feel like you are in the heart of the city. You want to end a gorgeous summer night with a drink here.