Hong Kong is an extremely small, dense, and vertical city. It houses so many people, so many features in such a small area, that every corner turned presents a new scene, a new neighborhood.
In my visits to Hong Kong, I spent a bit of time wandering around Victoria Harbour, exploring the streets of Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, and HK Island. From rows of skyscrapers to layers of mountains, from polished, luxurious neighborhoods to rundown, shanty alleys, the city is truly diverse. Surprises are always lurking. Wandering, stumbling around has never been a greater contributor to exploration.
While walking through Kowloon Park, I stumbled onto a lion dancing tournament. While using the restroom at a cafe, I noticed an open door in the stall leading right into the outside back alley. Trees growing and thriving on concrete urban walls. Classy bars hidden in dark, dingy alleys. Building walls adorned with air conditioning units. Super cars.
What can't you find in the city and streets of Hong Kong?
Category:Travel and Places
Subcategory Detail:Hong Kong
Keywords:alleys, architecture, citylife, culture, hongkong, nightlife, photography, street, tourism, travel, 城市生活, 香港