Hongkong as seen from the Victoria Peak. We struggled to find a good viewpoint, it was overflowing with gizillion tourists, but it was worth it.
One of the countless, over-the-street pedestrian crossings in Hongkong. This particular one is located close to the piers on the Hongkong Island.
Women at play. I think it was Mahjongg. We often saw people playing on the streets, either Mahjongg, or card games. Sometimes even for money. Hongkong.
Back side of the city. No glass or polished steel, like on a facades of so many modern skyscrapers, just pipes, wires, air conditioners, supplies. The old way. Hongkong.
One of the streets seen from the central mid-level escalator system. It's the unorthodox, 800 meters long set of elevators designed to move people between apartments on hills, and business center on the Hongkong Island, saving them a lot of traffic jams.
I have never went inside, but I am fairly confident they can make an excellent suite.
Hongkong is a hot and humid place. Having an AC is a must.
Kowloon seen from one of the piers on the Hongkong island.
View at the feet of Tian Tan Buddha on the Lantau Island, Hongkong.