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Built in the 1950s, the Shek Kip Mei Estate is one of the few remaining places where you can grasp the living conditions of Hong Kong during the 50s and 60s.
Built in the 1950s, the Shek Kip Mei Estate is one of the few remaining places where you can grasp the living conditions of Hong Kong during the 50s and 60s. Despite the march of progress promulgated by the Urban Renewal Authority, there are still a few blocks of flats remaining from the 1950s, which are still occupied. Walk from Shek Kip Mei MTR Station.
Nam Cheong Street, Hong Kong
Tomb from the Eastern Han dynasty (AD 25 - 220) discovered in 1955
With over 100 stalls of bargain clothing, accessories and souvenirs, the Ladies' Market on Also known as Tung Choi Street, it is a one-kilometre stretch with clothing and accessories on sale for women of all ages
When the British returned after the war, the Walled City remained notorious for drugs, vice and many things shady and criminal
The Temple Street Night Market encompasses a block of streets in Kowloon barricaded at the end of each day with stalls selling almost anything until midnight
The Kowloon Waterfront offers splendid views of the Hong Kong island shore and skyline
An exhibition in complete darkness
This is where many people ask for divine guidance by a practice known as kau cim, a practice that has all but disappeared in mainland China
The traditional Islamic architecture of the mosque distinguishes it from the modern architecture of the nearby commercial buildings
The grandest building on the Bund is now home to the Pudong Development Bank