Hong Kong might just be a small point on the world map, but this tiny land to the south of China has been deeply influenced by Western culture – in fact it was a British colony for 99 years! The Western culture has mixed with the traditional Chinese culture, making Hong Kong one of Asia’s most unique and unrivalled locations. You will be surprised by how many “leftovers” you can still find here from the old British and Chinese traditions.
Dear Hong Kong City Guide Reader,
We hope you are enjoying the guide and taking full advantage of all the wonderful photo opps Hong Kong has to offer. We are currently working on the English translations of the marvelous LomoLocations featured in the city guide.
Here are 30 Hong Kong LomoLocations we recommend you check out:
Victoria Peak aka The Peak, Sheung Wan - The Hidden Treasure, Nathan Road Hong Kongs Main Street, The Peak, Hong Kong, Sky Terrace, Victoria Peak, (Re)visiting Po-Yan Street, A Break from the Metropolis of Hong Kong (Ngong Ping 360, Big Buddha, Tai O), Disney Dreamin in Hong Kong, Ocean Park, Hong Kong, Runway of Hong Kong International Airport - Sunset on the Horizon, Stanley, Hong Kong, What Lies Beneath the Fog: Revisiting Ngong Ping Village and the Big Buddha, Shatin, Hong Kong, Halloween International Monsters - Hong Kong, A Place to Relax in the Bustling City: Hong Kong, Spellbinding circles – Lai Tak Tsuen, The Avenue of Stars (Hongkong), Star Ferry Service and Harbour in Victoria Sea, Hong Kong, Feel the nature - Nam Sang Wai, Skyline of Hong Kong from Victoria Peak, Hong Kong International Airport, Wing Lee Street – Preserving 50 Years of Time (Wing Lee Street, Hong Kong), Lamma Island, Hong Kong, Around Hong Kong, Walk around Hong Kong, Disappearing Nan Sang Wai? (Hong Kong), Hong Kong Western Market, Tai O, Hong Kong - The Fishing Village, Yun Man Square, Kwun Tong, Hong Kong and Yun Man Square, Kwun Tong, Hong Kong - Snapshot of a city.