Friday, June 16, 2017

Hong Kong, China | Night

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There isn’t enough words or the right words to ever describe something that has truly captivated you. When you are in awe by it, you’ll just know. It is also why ‘serendipity’ has always been a favorite word of mine. One that I don’t use often, but when I do, it means it’s really that special.

Hong Kong was definitely one of those serendipitous adventures. We had no plans of visiting until the very last minute, and although we originally thought we had at least 5 full days there, we ended up only getting 3 days and 2 nights.

72 hours in Hong Kong was an adrenaline rush. During the day, it was hot and sweltering. At night, the city truly came alive. We walked through the main streets of Mongkok where there was a variety of street performances from young talented bands to grandmas and aunties straight up doing a karaoke session.

On one night, we headed to The Peak to check out the infamous Hong Kong skyline. It was overwhelming, to say the least, but honestly so worth it as it’s been a scene I’ve seen so many times in TVB dramas. On another, we came out to explore Temple Street and got to eat spicy crab and other seafood at the night market and finished off with mango sago for dessert.

Between the food, the people, the unlimited street photography opportunities, I still haven’t fully decided what it is I like Hong Kong best for. But one thing for sure is, Hong Kong is a place that I’m definitely going to be visiting again really soon.

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