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What is your favorite spot in Hong Kong?

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  1. #51

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    Favorite places in HK:

    (1.) Pretty much any residential area after midnight or so or any place other places after 2-3AM when it's possible to walk around and take in the crumblyness/run-down-iness-papered-over-with-gold-paint-and-cheap-marble-tile of HK without having to constantly be on guard for human-shaped missiles.

    (2.) My apartment, assuming there's no drilling/jackhammering/demolitions work going on at that moment.


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    Just got back from Bride's Pool Road area......love it there!


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    Taipo waterfront park with sea view.. Saikung beach...


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    Wait...... if I tell you about my favourite spot then all you bums are going to turn up there aren't you, thereby ruining my favourite spot?

    Nice try, but I'm not falling for it.

    dear giant and Skyhook like this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bryant.english:
    Just got back from Bride's Pool Road area......love it there!
    Kerb-crawling again in your motor?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HKNewBi:
    There are some clues as to which Tai Long Wan in the post

    "Chi Ma Wan peninsula on Lantau. Tai Long Wan beach there is wonderful and always empty"
    If that had been the post I was replying to, then yes, but it wasn't!

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    Which in itself was a reply to the post above ;-)


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    So far it's the shaded part right outside of Kowloon Public Library, where you can sit in (relative) quiet and (relative) comfort while reading. Only crowded on sundays, and even then space is not a problem. An oasis right outside (I think it's technically outside) Mongkok.


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    Quote Originally Posted by bookblogger:
    Kerb-crawling again in your motor?
    Just enjoying being near to our wonderful neighbour..

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    A lot of the 1960s village houses in Wu Kau Tang do have communist stars on them.


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