Following a Taiwanese to Hong Kong

Sometimes I'm just curious about how foreigners think about my hometown, a place where I came from. So today I'm gonna share something, and somewhere that one of my Taiwanese friends asked me to take her there when she was in Hong Kong for a short stay. I was quite surprise that most of them I had never even heard of them before. Now I kind of doubt that whether I truly came from Hong Kong or not...

Visit Star Ferry Pier Ferry Terminal & Victoria Harbour

I guess no foreigner would leave Hong Kong without a ride on a Star Ferry. This cheap ride gives you a spectacular Victoria Harbour view of Hong Kong. No wonder my friend asked me to take her there for thousands of pictures! It's even more beautiful with a blue sky!

Take the Peak Tram to the Victoria Peak

This could be one of the first thing you should do when you are in Hong Kong. The view from Victoria Peak varies as it depends on the weather conditions. However, if you were lucky enough, like me, you could even take nice pictures later on even it was extremely foggy at the beginning. The best comes for those who waited! It's proven now (by me). This is so true!

Take a rest at the one and only Starbucks at Duddell Street, Central

If you ever felt tried after a long exhausting day, why not taking a rest at this Starbucks in 60's Hong Kong style? This cafe does not only offer you the usual things you could get from other chained store like coffee and latte, but also something very Hong Kong, like red bean pudding cake, milk tea, and more! This could make a very good photo spot, and a place to just chill with friends and family! This Starbucks is located at Duddell Street, where it's just right next to the well-known Duddell Street Steps and Gas Lamps! Don't forget to check them all out!

Explore Choi Hung Estate with locals

Rainbow is one of the biggest hits at the moment. And I could see why this makes our Choi Hung Estate becomes a place to be checked in. To be honest, I saw this a thousand time before, and I didn't find the best out of it until a foreigner took me there. We explored a bit of this estate, by following me (I'd call myself a local). This place couldn't be more localist, you could possible see people who live there doing their laundry, students in uniform playing basketball, or even some elderly doing Tai Chi exercise.