On my second trip to Hong Kong, I found myself having some free time to visit the places I didn’t get to first time round. Hong Kong isn’t big, but it is full of life and plenty to do. Seeing as there was no rush to be anywhere and the weather in May is perfect, I decided to visit the Wong Tai Sin Temple. It’s one of Hong Kong’s most visited temples, with a beautiful garden, pagodas and many smaller temples within the complex. What drew me to it was the beautiful colours, architecture and bright décor.
I decided to spend my summer holiday of 2013 in Hong Kong while living in Korea. I had heard so much about the wonders of Hong Kong and its shopping, that I decided to check out this city myself. Most goods are made in China, and Hong Kong is its fashion capital.
Hong Kong has shopping on practically every street corner. There are always bargain shops, local boutiques and various retail stores. It doesn’t matter where you stay in this lively city, because you will be guaranteed of having everything you could want on your door step.The markets offer the most value for money and they love to bargain. If bargaining is not your thing, then I would recommend you hit the stores and many, many malls.