"Pearl of the Orient"
7 500 000
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15th Largest City in China
48th Largest City in the World
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The views of the impressive Skyline from Victoria Peak are one of the most famous attractions in the world and something you should not miss. If you feel for it take, a walk around the full course of Lugard Road to truly breathe in the views. Tsim Sha Tsui in Kowloon is a central area where you can experience the average life of Hong Kong, which is slightly more traditional than the areas of Hong Kong Island.
The skyline of Hong Kong as it is seen from Victoria Peaks.
The Skyline of Hong Kong Island as viewed from Kowloon.
Two buses leaving a station simultaneously.
Walkways over the busy streets are a very common sight all over Hong Kong. This one is located in Wan Chai.
Jaffe Rd in Wan Chai.
A street in Jordan, an area of Kowloon.
Another street in Jordan.
Hong Kong Park is a rather small but still important and interesting park in Wan Chai/Central on Hong Kong Island.
Wan Chai Wet Market.
Graffiti in Central.
This mural in Central is a popular photo spot.
A steep road in Sai Ying Pun. Much of Hong Kong Island is very hilly.
A skyline view of Hong Kong Island from Victoria Peak.
People crossing the street in Wan Chai.
At Southorn Playground you can watch the locals play matches of Football or Basket almost every day (if the weather allows it).
While Hong Kong is a very rich city, many streets are surprisingly dirty.
A street in Wan Chai.
A street in the area is known as Central.
Lan Kwai Fong is one of the most popular nightlife areas of Hong Kong, located in Central.
A Star Ferry. These boats are a good way to travel between Kowloon and Hong Kong Island (but there's also a subway if you rather do that)
A street in Central.
The Skyline of Kowloon with the International Commerce Centre is the tallest building in the city.