Wong Chuk Hang in Aberdeen - changing beyond all recognition, the Kai Tak Cruise Terminal rocks big time, the official BMW of the American Consulate, an Alaskan King Crab makes a break for freedom and the Devil's new ride - a Maserati.
Still one of my favourite places to visit, the Chi Lin Nunnery and Nan Lian Garden in Diamond Hill, easily accessible on the subway, rain or shine it is just plain lovely... it is also a photographers dream.
Make sure you request to visit on one of my private tours of Hong Kong.
I can't believe how much Wong Chuk Hang has changed in the past 5 years and it is all to do with the subway system finally going to Aberdeen.... it was always a very downtrodden neighbourhood but now look at it... oh and just beyond the Mercedes Benz place is the new Pagani service centre, Pagani is one of the most fantastic hypercars in the world... WOW.
The Kai Tak Cruise Ship Terminal had a rocky start when it opened a couple of years ago, I used to hate going there due to the lack of decent transport, problem now solved.... I like to go to the rooftop garden where you can get some great images of the ships that have docked.
One of my favourite images, the classic flying the flag Diplomatic car! I often wonder why the US Consulate uses BMW's instead of American cars such as the Tesla?? who knows.....
If you want to do a bit of car spotting then book one of my private tours of Hong Kong.
A very popular dish in Hong Kong, the Alaskan King Crab and this is one of the smaller ones I have seen......
Book one of my private tours of Hong Kong and we will go and pay our respects to these magnificent creatures.
Greg and Elena admiring the very foggy / gloomy view of Hong Kong Island from TST Promenade in Kowloon.
The Devil's new ride, this awesome Maserati - the no. 666 is a very popular number in Hong Kong as it is considered a very lucky number (basic translation is easy life) so easy life x 3 and of course 3 x 6 = 18 which means certain wealth..
Book a private tour of Hong Kong with me and we will delve into the world of Chinese lucky numbers (and unlucky numbers!)