This historic and still operating market , founded in 1913, is a cluster of one or two storey brick and stone buildings with pre WWII signboards It is a hive of activity from 4am to 6am when fresh fruit is loaded on and off trucks, and bare naked workers manoeuvre piles of boxes under the moon. To get there from Yau Ma Tai MTR exit B, turn right. #fruit #wholesale #market #Kowloon
Yuen Tsuen Ancient Trail (Chinese: 元荃古道), also known as Yuen Tsuen Traditional Footpath, is a trail linking Yuen Long and Tsuen Wan in the New Territories of Hong Kong. The trail was the major trail for travelling between two major towns for villages trading their necessaries before the completion of Castle Peak Road. The trail routes along Tsuen Wan, Tsuen King Circuit, Ha Fa Shan, Shek Lung Kung, Sheung Tong, Tin Fu Tsai, Tai Lam Chung, Nam Hang Pai and Yuen Long. #YuenTsue
Why locals love it? Kowloon Walled City was a largely ungoverned, densely populated settlement at Kowloon City in Hong Kong. It was known as the densest place on Earth that 33,000 people lived in just two hectares of land.
Now It become a relaxing park for Kowloon City residents, and a tourist spot for travellers as well. Why you should visit it It is a place with history and culture about Hong Kong. A lovely park, not many people but great to see city remains, this is not a
Why locals love it Locals loves eating street foods such as hot dog sausage, bovine offal, cart noodle and fish balls etc. Besides, the elder people will enjoy the free Cantonese opera during weekend. The Lego shopping mall and wholesale fruit market are near Temple street. Why you should visit it The liveliest night market in Hong Kong, Temple street. It’s a great place to go for the bustling atmosphere, the aromas and tastes on offer from the food stalls, the occasional fre
Devil's Peak (Chinese: 魔鬼山) is the peak besides Lei Yue Mun on New Kowloon, Hong Kong. The area around the peak was garrisoned by the British Army or local pirates to control the passage of Lei Yue Mun, which is an important nautical passage in South China. The remains of a redoubt and batteries are still visible on the peak. Devil's Peak stands at 222 metres in height. To the east of the peak lies Junk Bay Chinese Permanent Cemetery and Yau Tong lies to its west. The hill ex
Beacon Hill (Chinese: 煙墩山 or Chinese: 筆架山; Cantonese Yale: Pat Ka Shan) is a large hill in the northern part of the Kowloon peninsula in Hong Kong. It is the 65th-highest hill of Hong Kong and is 457m tall. Beacon Hill is located within the Lion Rock Country Park. The tower and its relevant equipment on the top of Beacon Hill is not open to the public and is a secured facility controlled and maintained by the Hong Kong Civil Aviation Department. #BeaconHill #PatKaShan #Kowloo
Temple Hill, also known as Tsz Wan Shan (Chinese: 慈雲山), is a hill between New Kowloon and the New Territories, Hong Kong. It peaks at 488 m. Beneath its south side is the residential area of Tsz Wan Shan and Buddhist temples. Its north are villages the New Territories. Between the hill and Unicorn Ridge is Sha Tin Pass. #TempleHill #TszWanShan #Kowloon
Lion Rock (Chinese: 獅子山), or less formally Lion Rock Hill, is a mountain in Hong Kong. It is located between Kowloon Tong of Kowloon and Tai Wai of the New Territories, and is 495 metres high. The peak consists of granitecovered sparsely by shrubs. Lion Rock is noted for its shape: its resemblance to a crouching lion is most striking from the Choi Hung and San Po Kong areas in East Kowloon. A trail winds its way up the forested hillside to the top, culminating atop the "lion'
Kowloon Peak or Fei Ngor Shan or Fei Ngo Shan is a 602 m (1,975 ft) tall mountain in the northeast corner of New Kowloon, Hong Kong, situated in Ma On Shan Country Park. It is crossed by both the Wilson Trail and the MacLehose Trail. On the lower slopes is Gilwell Campsite, belonging to The Scout Association. The highest point of New Kowloon is immediately to the west of peak. #KowloonPeak #FeiNgoShan #Kowloon #MaOnShanCountryPark