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  • Hong Kong: Sights & Eats

    From Spring 2012 trip

    • Mar 2014
    • 1
  • Aeon Style (永旺)

    1

    Department Store

    Previously named Jusco. Japanese mall with excellent food shopping downstairs.

  • Island Beverley (金百利)

    2

    Mall

    Find unique and local, Korean, and Japanese fashion in small stalls of this unassuming, tiny mall.

  • The Landmark (置地廣塲)

    3

    Mall

    Sophisticated, high-end shopping and eating.

  • The Night Market

    4

    Taiwanese

    Check out the wares, imports, and intriguing eats.

  • Apple Store

    5

    Electronics

    Multi-story glass windows

  • Din Tai Fung (鼎泰豐)

    6

    Taiwanese

    Try any of the multiple HK locations for dumpling heaven.

  • Lamma Island (南丫島)

    7

    Island

    Take the ferry to the island for a 1-hour hike between the fishing towns of Yung Shue Wan and Sok Kwu Wan. Check out Hung Shing Yeh beach and try the seafood!

  • Chi Lin Nunnery 志蓮淨苑 (志蓮淨苑)

    8

    Buddhist Temple

    Wander through the expansive temple grounds and Nan Lian gardens in the middle of high rises.

  • Wong Tai Sin Cultural Garden 黃大仙文化公園

    9

    Garden

    Wander through temple and gardens.

  • Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery 萬佛寺

    10

    Temple

    Natural respite from the hustle and bustle. A nice hike through thousands of gold statues.

  • Tian Tan Buddha (Giant Buddha) (天壇大佛)

    11

    Landmark

    Take the gondolas to Lantau Island for scenic panoramas of the islands.

  • Star Ferry Pier (Tsim Sha Tsui) (天星渡輪碼頭 (尖沙咀))

    12

    Piers

    For a slower change of transportation.

  • Victoria Peak (太平山)

    13

    Scenic Lookout

    Take the tram up to to the top for city views on a clear day.

  • Mongkok Flower Market (旺角花墟)

    14

    Market

    Flowers everywhere!

  • Lin Heung Tea House (蓮香樓)

    15

    Dim Sum

    Authentic dim sum. Share tables with strangers. Anthony Bourdain approved.

Catherine Ho

Catherine Ho