Hong Kong

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View from Victoria Peak. Tallest skyscraper in Hong Kong is the International Commerce Centre, which you can see across the harbor in the upper left corner. You can see how they had to pack the skyscrapers in as dense as possible, and then it suddenly stops due to the terrain Officially 1,223 skyscrapers in Hong Kong (if you consider Wikipedia to be an authoritative source)
Victoria Harbour Two International Finance Centre (left) is the 2nd tallest building in Hong Kong The visitors center/observation deck at the top of Victoria Peak
The Peak Tram tracks Showing the incline you're at as you travel up to the top of the peak Two International Finance Centre
Cool looking architecture Protest site Bank of China Tower (left) and the Cheung Kong Center (right)
Tung Choi Street in Monk Kok, lined on both sides with all kinds of goldfish shops Thousands of bags of goldfish Bagged goldfish
The shop owners scoop the fish into the bags, then use a compressed air gun to inflate it just before sealing it. Bagged goldfish The bags are just a temporary display, pretty sure they spend the nights in the tanks
Tung Choi Street goldfish market Tung Choi Street goldfish market Tung Choi Street goldfish market
Tung Choi Street goldfish market Tung Choi Street goldfish market Tung Choi Street goldfish market
Tung Choi Street goldfish market Tung Choi Street goldfish market Tung Choi Street goldfish market
Even crabs get bagged up Goldfish Market Just like A Christmas Story
Catching the horse races at the Hong Kong Jockey Club Hi there Showing off the horses
Hong Kong Jockey Club Hong Kong Jockey Club The apartment towers overlooking the racetrack
Hong Kong Jockey Club Hong Kong Jockey Club Hong Kong Jockey Club
Hong Kong Jockey Club Hong Kong Jockey Club Hong Kong Jockey Club
Hong Kong Jockey Club Hong Kong Jockey Club Hong Kong Jockey Club
Hong Kong Jockey Club Hong Kong Jockey Club Taking the Peak Tram at night, much less crowded than during the day. Which I don't understand, because the view cooler all lit up at night.
Yuen Po Street Bird Market Yuen Po Street Bird Market Yuen Po Street Bird Market
Kinda depressing seeing all the birds caged up like that Yuen Po Street Bird Market Yuen Po Street Bird Market
Avenue of Stars, along the Victoria Harbour waterfront in Tsim Sha Tsui Statue of Bruce Lee Basically the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Hong Kong version
Bruce Lee's star Bruce Lee statue Bruce Lee statue
Bruce Lee statue Happy looking pig Avenue of Stars, with Hong Kong Island in the background
Hong Kong Island skyline Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre A Chinese junk in Victoria Harbour
Room at the JJ Hotel. Good location, I'd stay there again. Bathroom looking out into the room was a little strange though

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