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Foggy Hong Kong

Uritsk Andrey • 3 minutes read • August 7th, 2016
The two days I spent in 

Hong Kong 

were foggy. 
Hong Kong is a very comfortable and well-planned city in everything – its structure, logistics, and ubiquitous signs in English, and of course its perfect public transport.
Until 1997, Hong Kong was a British colony, and later it became a part of China on the terms of autonomy. It has its own laws, currency, road regulations, and even visa rules. 

Victoria Peak 

is the main observation platform of Hong Kong, which you can ascend by tram, going up from the city center, or a special route, by taxi, or by bus, running at the very peak.
2foggy-hong-kong.jpgAlthough, in the middle of the day and especially over the weekend, you will have to stand two or three hours in line.
3foggy-hong-kong.jpg4foggy-hong-kong.jpg5foggy-hong-kong.jpgDespite the fact it was foggy, the city views were beautiful!
6foggy-hong-kong.jpg7foggy-hong-kong.jpg8foggy-hong-kong.jpg9foggy-hong-kong.jpg10foggy-hong-kong.jpg11foggy-hong-kong.jpgThere’s an observation deck of a peculiar shape at an altitude of 1,400 feet (428 meters) at the top of 

Victoria Peak

. There are many cafes, restaurants and shopping malls.
12foggy-hong-kong.jpgAlso, there’s a monument to the 100th anniversary of the tram line leading to Victoria Peak.
13foggy-hong-kong.jpg14foggy-hong-kong.jpg15foggy-hong-kong.jpgThe views of the city are breathtaking and picturesque.
16foggy-hong-kong.jpg17foggy-hong-kong.jpg18foggy-hong-kong.jpg19foggy-hong-kong.jpg20foggy-hong-kong.jpg21foggy-hong-kong.jpg22foggy-hong-kong.jpg23foggy-hong-kong.jpg24foggy-hong-kong.jpg25foggy-hong-kong.jpgAuthor: Uritsk
Translated by: Zoozi

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