One day in Hong Kong

After checking in our hotel and chucking our luggages there, we had gone hunting for food in bustling Tsim Sha Sui. There was a big lunchtime crowd and we had an uncomfortable moment queuing up for our food. It was also summer then and it was hot. I remember it to be cooler the last time I went there in December. Nevertheless, despite all the discomfort of having a sweaty body, we had later walked to the waterfront, visiting Hong Kong's version of Hollywood's Walk of Fame. The Hong Kong's Avenue of Stars was a tourist attraction and features hand prints of popular Chinese stars the likes of Jackie Chan, Jet Li, Michelle Yeoh etc. Then, later, it was time to cross the harbor. We took a ferry across, then a bus, than a tram and lo, we are at the peak! The peak is where people go to to view Hong Kong at night. Since we had reached there at about five and the sky was still bright, we trudged into the Sky Tower and of course to Hong Kong's Madam Tussaud where we had our brush with the rich and famous!

Hong Kong Harbor...



At the Avenue of Stars...




The late Bruce Lee standing tall at the Avenue of Stars...




Taking a bus to catch a tram...




In a tram to the Peak...




Had a brush with the Fab Four...


Trying to catch a glimpse of Hong Kong at night...



Travel Tip: There are things to see at night.

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