We (Australian-based family and I) only stayed in Hong Kong for 3 days, and to be honest, it felt waay too short. I love the idea of travelling, and I’ve always told myself that when I do travel to a new city, I’d like to stay long. Long, like at least a week (unless it’s a really really small city). I felt like there was so much more to this city than Disneyland and night markets.
The thing that impressed me the most about Hong Kong is their public transport. It is so easy to navigate – everything is colour-coded, from the signs around the train station to the signs inside the train. And it’s so much faster than Auckland’s trains (Sorry, Auckland.) Despite it’s chaos, you can’t get lost trying to get from point A to point B.
We stayed at this Air BNB in Jordan, and I loved its location. It was close to the train station (10-minute walk), and it was close to a couple of bakeries (if you know me, I love bakeries … because bread and pastries) and Temple Street Night Market. I could try to give you advice, but I think A Pair and A Spare’s Hong Kong guides will be so much more helpful than mine. I basically did my research on Hong Kong through her blog. Anyways, I don’t think I can say much about Hong Kong, so here are a few photos to make up for my lack of words.