Weekender: The Perfect Three-Day Guide to Hong Kong
The Peak on Hong Kong Island is arguably Hong Kong’s most popular attraction, since it lays claim to the most unbelievable views of the city and its harbors. To reach the top, journey via the Peak Tram, a funicular that’s about 135 years old.
Hetalia Asians promoting their respective cultures to "tourists" (i.e. the rest of the cast). Top to bottom: Ka Lung (head-canon name for Hong Kong), Mei En (head-canon name for Taiwan), Thailand (need a name for him), Kim (head-canon name for Vietnam), Yong-Soo, Kiku, and Yao - Art by Uli
Eyam, in Derbyshire, is a small village which quarantined itself during the plague which swept Britain in 1666. When the plague was discovered there, the villagers chose to shut themselves off from the rest of the world rather than let the disease spread. These days, you can visit the village and learn all about its unique story.
Home: Hong Kong- The City That Lights Up After Dark. As a Chinese-Canadian, I grew up in Shenzhen, China, a city really close to Hong Kong. As a child, I have visited Hong Kong many times. It is one of my favorite cities in the world. When I grow up, the other place I hope I could live in is Hong Kong, because it brings me so many childhood memories.
Hong Kong Hiking: Sai Kung – the 4 consecutive pools and falls
The 4 consecutive pools and falls in Sai Kung, Hong Kong are famed for its gorgeous setting and the possibility of cliff jumping. One of the most popular hiking destinations in Sai Kung, the pools (which has a much shorter and elegant name in Chinese, I promise) is a series of 4 pools and falls that run along the river that joins the sea at Sai Wan. Although the view is great, this hike can range in difficulties depending on where and how you want to get there from.