Thoroughly enjoyed our time in Hong Kong. The city is high density, with extremely lively streets for many hours each day.
Even the high-rise financial centre is full of people on Saturday; lots of shopping going on. Markets and stores squeeze in between the huge office buildings.
Fantastic view of the city from the top of the Peak tram, which is actually a funiculaire that climbs at a very steep angle.
The Taoist temples seem very active, full of incense lit by worshippers.
The art gallery has an excellent mix of ancient and modern art, with lots of explanation on the panels. I think I maybe saw two oil-on-canvas pieces, the majority of the old pieces are on scrolls. Lots of caligraphy.
Found the bird market, which was a chatter with birds, and mostly men. Of course, where they sell birds, they sell bird food….
Stores along all the streets, with occasional concentrations of a particular kind of product offering. Strangest sight were the Hallow’een and Christmas decorations!