The flavors of authentic dim sum. The rumble of passing trams. A shimmering skyline that rivals the stars. Fragrant wisps of incense carrying wishes. The streets and alleyways of Hong Kong burst with scenes that engage all five senses.
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Must visit places in Hong Kong
We will introduce the locations of video shooting and Instagram hot spots in Hong Kong.
Tim Ho Wan is the most affordable Michelin-starred restaurant in the world, which is very popular restaurant. Always has people lined up, since their branch opened in Tokyo this spring. Have a taste of the authentic Dim Sum in Hong Kong?
Shop B, C, & D, G/F, 2-8 Wharf Road, Seaview Building, North Point
Double-deck trams traverse the Northern part of Hong Kong Island on an East-West direction. They are a sightseeing attraction on its own. When you encounter a colourful and cute ad-wrapped tram, you will want to take a picture in front of the tram.
Being believed that every wish will come true, Wong Tai Sin temple is very popular not only among local people but also visited by people from abroad. It is dedicated to three religions, Taoism, Buddihism and Confucianism. You will see visitors pray with incense sticks and offerings for good fortune. It is a short walk from the subway MTR station.
2 Chuk Yuen Village, Wong Tai Sin, Kowloon
One of the most popular dim sum restaurants in Hong Kong. Dim sum is served in a traditional trolley style. Don’t be shy to grab one if you find dim sum you like in a trolley, since supply is limited. Be prepared to share a table with local people, and enjoy a livery atmosphere.
162 Wellington St, Sheung Wan
Being the centre for heritage, art and lifestyle enjoyment, and the most talked about venue of 2018, Tai Kwun was born from a revitalisation project of the Central Police Station. Stop by while you are strolling around in Central for shopping and dining as well.
10 Hollywood Road, Central
The most famous mural in Hong Kong Old Town Central area is located in the wall of GOD (Goods of Desire). Nowadays, this area is well-known as photogenic spots.
G/F. & 1/F., 48 Hollywood Road, Central
Situated in the vibrant Soho district in Central, the restaurant will welcome you with the stunningly colourful peacock and the uncountable maneki-neko fortune cats on the walls. The Chinese cuisine here reflects the multicultural background of the chef.
G/F No. 1-5 Elgin street, Soho, Hong Kong
The Central–Mid-Levels escalator and walkway system is the longest outdoor covered escalator system in the world. It covers a distance of over 800 meters and passes through SOHO where are cafe and deli with a stylish atmosphere.
Connaught Road, Central and West District