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Wanchai

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  • Day235

    Hongkong

    March 26 in Hong Kong ⋅ ⛅ 18 °C

    Ehn churze Zwüschestop zum Hongkong ahluege und d Julia bsueche (& eigentlich es Visum für China z beaträge aber das hed ned klapped). Nor knapp ehn Woche bini ih dere riesige Stadt gsii und ha zimlich viel ahzluege gha.

    Ah mim erste Tag bini mit de Juli go brunche und denn hed sii mich no dord Stadt gfüehrt, mer es paar tolli Läde, Kaffis und so wiiter zeigt. Am Mäntig bin ich is Hafemuseuum und ha ah ehnere free walking Tour teil gnoh. Am Ziistig bini de Big Buddha und es chlises Fischerörtli chli userhalb vo Hongkong go ahluege und denn mit de Julia go Znacht ässe. Am Mittwuch bini denn dor de Victoriapark gloffe, ha ehn Tempel ahgluegt, bi Dingding gfahre, ha de Ladys Market ahgluegt und bi am Obig ahs Pferderenne. Höt bini nomol gmüetlich go Zmorge ässe, ha chli Züg organisiert und fahre jetzt mit ehm Dingding dord Stadt. Wenns Wätter am Obig mitspielt wotti no uf de Victoria Peak laufe :)Read more

  • Day3

    Chinese New Year

    February 6 in Hong Kong ⋅ ⛅ 22 °C

    Da haben wir den Aufenthalt zeitlich echt gut geplant! Das Feuerwerk war super, das wussten die tausende von Menschen die mit uns da waren auch. Dass so viiieeele Menschen da Platz gefunden haben ist echt unglaublich. Im Unterschied zu Deutschland gab es weder Taschenkontrollen noch wurde man abgetastet. Das Vertrauen hier scheint größer zu sein als zuhause. Trotzdem war Polizei da und hat dafür gesorgt, dass alle das Spektakel sehen konnten und auch heile wieder zur Bahn gekommen sind.Read more

  • Day19

    Hong Kong high rises

    January 8 in Hong Kong ⋅ ⛅ 17 °C

    Wow Hong Kong is huge! We arrived yesterday afternoon and went to Central Kowloon to do some exciting shopping. Never seen streets like this before! Adam has been exploring various chicken street food stalls today while I went to meet a work client for a couple of hours. Very dull but I got picked up and dropped off in a brand new tesla with gull wing doors so totally worth it! We are off to the Victoria Peak this evening by tram to get a view over the city ☺Read more

  • Day57

    Star Ferry Hafenrundfahrt

    March 28 in Hong Kong ⋅ ⛅ 21 °C

    Zum finalen Abschluß gab es noch eine Hafenrundfahrt mit der täglichen Lasershow in Hongkong..... Symphony of lights mag man oder nicht.... Ich find Lichterspiele immer schön anzusehen.

  • Day44

    The light show

    March 20 in Hong Kong ⋅ ⛅ 21 °C

    A hazy start to the day so spent some time around Central square visiting the gardens, the cathedral, shopping malls and walked along next to the peers. In the evening we went back to the Avenue of the stars in Kowloon to watch the light show that takes place every evening on the skyscrapers. Lots of people were there to watch and it was a good atmosphere.Read more

  • Day42

    Markets, handbags & shirts

    March 18 in Hong Kong ⋅ ☀️ 19 °C

    Having bought rolls (ham & egg, sausage and cheese) at the bakery we caught the metro to Kowloon and walked along the Avenue of Stars on the water front. The only stars we recognised were Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan. We then walked through Kowloon park stopping to look at the birds in an aviary - lots of macaws, cockatoos, parrots & pigeons but also a rhinoceros hornbill. We visited Tin Hau temple where the incense sticks and coils created an overwhelming aroma before continuing to Ladies market which mainly sold clothes and bags. I couldn't resist buying 2 handbags and Paul bought 4 polo shirts. A little weary we walked down Temple Street, through the night market and caught the metro back to Hong Kong Island.Read more

  • Day48

    Hong Kong

    June 20, 2018 in Hong Kong ⋅ ⛅ 31 °C

    After a week in Hong Kong we had lots of memories and tons of photos. We ate dim sum, explored the city, ate dim sum, explored the beaches, ate dim sum, watched the Dragon Boat races, ate dim sum... what else... did I mention eating dim sum?

  • Day2

    Hong Kong - day 1!

    March 2 in Hong Kong ⋅ ⛅ 18 °C

    We landed in Hong Kong at around 8am and got on a bus to our hotel after a very easy journey through Hong Kong airport! We arrived at our hotel in Causeway Bay, dropped our bags and then headed out for a wander before we could check in. We wandered up the waters edge towards Wan Chai, and got our bearings of the city. We then came back and checked into our hotel and soon went out again to keep exploring. Getting on the metro to Quarry Bay, we wandered round the extensive residential areas, amazed by the architecture and how so many people could live in one building! Following this, we got on the metro to Central where we met some of mums friends Christine and Barry who took us for a very fancy dinner at the Ladies Recreational Club, we enjoyed the view and had a yummy dinner! After this we got on the star ferry across to Tsim Sha Tsui and walked along the harbour admiring the city at night!Read more

  • Day6

    Hong Kong - day 5

    March 6 in Hong Kong ⋅ 🌧 18 °C

    Today we woke up to so so much rain for our last day in Hong Kong. We checked out of our hotel and headed to the ladies market in Mongkok to do some last minute purchases! We bought our things and the next minute it was absolutely torrential rain! Was crazy. We headed to a cafe for lunch and hung out there writing our diaries etc. We then decided to get the star ferry over the harbour at 8pm to see the lights show! It was an amazing last view of the city. We flew to Sydney that night at 11pm! So excited for Australia!Read more

You might also know this place by the following names:

Wan Chai, Wanchai, 灣仔

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