Bruce Lee at the Ocean Terminal, Hong Kong, The quite magnificent Giant Buddha on Lantau Island, then pop down the road to the Tai O Fishing Village, the next day visit Stanley on the South Side of Hong Kong Island and the Norway Sisters at my spot at the Peak.
The Mercedes Benz SLS is a real classic, one of the most interesting super cars ever built and I really like it a lot and for me it has cult status because of the fabulous number plate VAMPIRE. Here it is having just arrived at the fabulous Peninsula Hotel.
Bruce Lee, the man, the legend - doing his thing on the Ocean Terminal Car Park, TST, Kowloon in the early 1970's, just brilliant.
This is basically the spot where the Bruce Lee action shot was taken, there is this strange sign!!, it is at the car park on top of the Ocean Terminal in TST, Kowloon.. if you visit then take in the awesome views and do a bit of car spotting.
The Giant Buddha, Lantau Island - even if you are not religious it is absolutely worth a visit and I can make it happen on one of my private tours of Hong Kong.
One of my arty images taken at the Tai O Fishing Village, there are so many great photo opportunities to be had at this wonderful place.
A different side to Stanley which is on the South Side of Hong Kong Island. Stanley is very colonial and frankly I do not consider Stanley to be a tourist trap, it is steeped in history and it is the perfect reminder of 156 years of British Colonial rule and a real contrast to the more local side of Hong Kong... every visitor to Hong Kong should visit Stanley.
The Norway sisters at my spot at the Peak... there was a bit of a chill in the air when we visited but the view made it all worthwhile.... we had a splendid time didn't we ladies..
Like Stanley, everyone should visit Statue Square in Central on Hong Kong Island as there are lots of reminders of Hong Kong's colonial past in the vicinity and it is the perfect place to sit and have a snack and watch the world go by.
The Free Tour group lurking in Statue Square in Central... my most popular tour is actually 2 people for 8 hours as opposed to 25 people on a 2 1/2 hour free tour... contact me for details on how you can book one of my premium private tours of Hong Kong.