Thursday, February 3, 2011

my Hongkong visit


I visited Hongkong last Sunday. It was tiring but it was worth it. HK streets are kaleidoscope of life, colors, sounds...
We only had 10 hours to see it.



I love these cute trams.




No visit to HK is complete without a trip to see the view from Victora Peak.
The peak tram ride was quite a fun.




Up there...having coffee, cheesecakes...enjoying the view







The sky terrace...


A view from the Sky terrace...



Enjoying the stunning view...





The skyscapers dazzling the eyes


Didn't have time to take ride on these cuties..


The Symphony of Lights is staged every night at 8 pm. It's the largest light and music show in the world. But as I was so looking forward to seeing it, I'm a little bit disappointed. The night laser from the skyscapers didn't present the dazzling light. It's still a pretty nice thing to do.

Bye bye HK. Hope to see you again. One day. For a couple of days, at least.

7 comments:

joo said...

How exciting Dani! Must be fascinating place to visit!

ρομπερτ said...

Thank you for allowing us being part of your adventure. Great photography of city. Thank you. Please have a good Friday.



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Clytie said...

I love these pictures - with each one I scrolled over I had so many thoughts about how amazing and beautiful and colorful and crowded and stunning they were. But if I were to break them down, my comment would be a mile long! :=}

My fave of all is the double decker tram. Fantastic shots!!

Evelyn said...

Thanks for sharing these pics Dani. I enjoyed HK when I was there. Busy busy busy...

Diane AZ said...

Hongkong looks beautiful and amazing. Indeed, those trams are cute!

☺lani☺ said...

That's a short but memorable visit! I haven't tried ridng those trams either...

TheTravelAngel said...

HongKong streets were really nice and is a good place to shop. Thanks for sharing with us, those photos,.It reminds me of my trip last year in HK.. Have enjoyed my stay there.


:-) John

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