Hong Kong Travel Guide

Hong Kong is one of the most dynamic places that I have ever visited, a city you can spend your whole life in and still not fully grasp.  The cosmopolitan area most frequently broadcast to the world is just a tiny fraction of the city.  Much like the New Yorker who refuses to leave Manhattan, there are plenty of Hong Kongers who never venture from the Central District.  As a traveler, you would be doing yourself a huge disservice to miss out on the rest of the city — the old historic areas of Kowloon, the lush undeveloped landscape of the New Territories and Lantau Island.

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Hong Kong Park’s Urban Oasis (Central)
Chi Lin Nunnery & Nan Lian Garden (Kowloon)
The Mysterious Man of Kowloon Walled City Park (Kowloon)
Tian Tan Buddha (Lantau)
Hong Kong’s Hidden Treasure: Tai Long Wan (New Territories)


Yung Kee’s Roast Goose (Central)
Yee Shun Milk Company (Central)
Da Ping Huo: Fiery Sichuan Off the Beaten Path (Central)
Sai Kung’s Hoi Pong Square (New Territories)


One Response to Hong Kong Travel Guide
  1. H.C.
    January 23, 2013 | 1:23 pm

    great guide, esp since you gave some love to New Territories (where I was raised) and Kowloon in addition to the island. And yeah, the Manhattan analogy is pretty spot on.

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