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Hong Kong

August 4, 2014

The last 4 days I’ve spent in the absolutely astonishing city Hong Kong. So far the most crowded place I’ve seen. Skyscrapers that look like toothpicks stand so close to each other that you sometimes can’t remember being in a city, it rather feels like being in a canyon. However getting around is still pretty easy, the MTR is convenient and some buses are even free to use. Without public transport this city wouldn’t work.

Where the city forests meets the green forests. A clash between nature and humanity.

In Hong Kong there are more rules than in any other cities. Don't do that, don't do this. And as you can see the punishments are really scary.

Go up to the Hong Kong Peak, head on a small road to the left and you will find the most beautiful view. Obviously also worth doing by night.

Every cool city has a metro, so does Hong Kong.

Fishs in plastic bags and other animals are available at different markets and shops in the Mong Kok district.

You don't have to go far from Hong Kong to find a relaxing place. In Lamma island are no cars, so its a good place to get off the busy city business.

I don't know why I like this picture so much. The colors? The shadow? The people following their business? I really don't know.

Cookies seem to be a serious business in Hong Kong. And no, these are not the cookies with the special addition.

Each backflip is getting more difficult since I'm not training Parkour that often anymore. This place is a Wing Chun school, their teacher has been trained by no one less than the great grandmaster Ip Man. For those who don't know Wing Chun, it's the type of martial art that Bruce Lee performed.

The bird garden is definitly a place you have to see when visiting Hong Kong.

Hong Kong is the most crowded city in the world.

One piece of meat fell down, someone picked it up and put it back to the staple. It's recommanded to boil or grill these meats very well.

Categories:  Photography , Traveling

Tags:  china , hong kong , traveling

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