Travel: Hong Kong – China Photo Diary Day 1

Sunday, January 21, 2018

End of June I visited China for a whole week, in particular to Hong Kong and Macau. It was my first time travelling there and I was very excited about it. I stayed there for one whole week and saw much of this overwhelming city. So, are you ready for some impressions from my trip? Let's start then!

Arriving in Hong Kong – Tsim Sha Tsui

Even though I was born and raised in large cities and am even used to a mega city such as Seoul (10 mio. inhabitants), I was in shock after I stepped out of the bus from the airport in Tsim Sha Tsui. So many people at such few space. With my hand-carrier and backpack it was hell of a work crossing the street. Remember it was June, so I was dripping in sweat by the heat and humidity. After I checked into my hostel at Nathan Road (owned by a overseas living Korean woman), I looked for some lunch. I was hungry as hell and craved some dim sums, which I found at Crystal Jade at the Harbour City Mall.

Victoria Harbour (Clock Tower, Skyline, Space Museum)

Since I was still recovering from my 5-hour-flight from Seoul and accomodating with this mass of people and humidity, I didn't do much anymore on that day. I just walked around Tsim Sha Tsui, took photos and of course went to the Victoria Harbour to see the skyline. Wow, the moment I was able to see the skyline I immediately turned speechless. Such a great view and breathtaking ambiente! After I have only seen the busy city life of Hong Kong, it was quite calm at the harbour.

Even though everyone recommends to see the light show at 20 PM, I was way too exhausted and just went home for some dinner, a shower and the bed, since I wanted to leave early the next day for Macau. And my sister and Mom told me, not to wait for the light show, it should be boring (they had been in Hong Kong in spring). So, that was basically my first day in Hong Kong – not too exciting but exciting enough for me.

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