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My recommendations for visiting Hong Kong, away from tourists

A walk in Kennedy town on the promenade or at Sunset Waterfront Promenade. Central to mid-levels Escalator - be sure to walk on every street you find on the way. You'll be stunned at the number of cafes/restaurants. Hmmmm.... Manmo Temple. MTR rides. A walk in TST in the evening; watch the avenue of stars as you sip a drink from Nine Dragons or Eyebar.

What were the 3 things you liked the most during your trip to Hong Kong ?

For Hong Kong : First the food and the whole city are awesome! There were so many different things to do! One very amazing thing was the view from the Peak over the city. Than to see the big Buddha on Lantau Island and I really loved the temple street night markets

What are the best things to visit in Hong Kong during a 5-day trip?

here are many aspects of Hong Kong, and it really depends on individual preferences. <br><br>The most ‘tourist things’ are the Peak, the Victoria Harbour area, which are the icons of Hong Kong.<br><br>Next, the Central District, Causeway Bay (shopping) and Tsim-Sha-Tsui area which is the centre easy reach parts of Hong Kong.<br><br>Repulse Bay and Stanley are easy reach Bay areas in the Hong Kong island.<br><br>Other places are: Lan Kwai Fong, Ocean Park, Mong Kwok (Ladies Street), Sai Kong Pier (Sea foods + boat rides) … tourist spots you can look up in the internet rather than me writing too much.<br><br>Then you might like spending half a day walking up/down the stair-streets (Hong Kong is actually hilly and the “flat” ground actually from reclamation) in Hong Kong Island, there is also a series of elevators from Central to mid-level area which you do not see any where else.<br><br>Anyway, without me writing too much, above a quick introduction but you need further studies by following up with more internet search (at least I had provided ‘key words’ for you!)