Hong Kong & Kowloon (6) – Street Scenes in the Daylight

Hong Kong and Kowloon are both fascinating cities with so much to see.  Since I never knew my Dad and this is where he lived and died, I imagined myself being in his shoes and seeing these same sights.  It was a very personal moment for me.

Cameron Road, Kowloon

Outside Central Station (MTR) in Hong Kong

Connaught Road turn around, downtown Hong Kong

Hong Kong Station (MTR). A downtown check-in for those traveling by Air. Check-in your flight, check your bags and grab the train to the Airport. A convenience for allowing those with a later flight to spend some time exploring the city before heading to the airport.

One of the many piers for passengers catching ferry to island destinations

Large underground walkways for the MRTs (Mass Rapid Transit)

Apartments in the Wan Chai neighborhood

Apartments in downtown Hong Kong

Lohas Park is located as the last MTR station in the eastern part of the New Territories, Hong Kong. These towers are part of a residential development to be completed 2015.
The end result would be 50 towers offering 21,500 apartments to accommodate 58,000 residents.

A small open air courtyard displaying Audio Art.

A small open air courtyard displaying Audio Art.

An example of the narrow streets in Kowloon

The wide pedestrian crosswalks are much needed in this densely populated city.

Interesting storefront

A back alley in Kowloon

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