The 11 Most Instagrammable Places in Hong Kong

The 11 Most Instagrammable Places in Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Hong Kong (B)

This post is dedicated to the Most Instagrammable Places in Hong Kong (aka the Best Photo Spots in Hong Kong) – which come complete with a Map, and my favorite shots taken in each location.

Temple Street Night Market is one of the best markets in Hong Kong and you can buy here almost anything your heart desires. I also did a food tour here with Hong Kong Foodie Tours and I highly recommend this experience! I had seen the below view of the stunning Temple Street Night Market a dozen times on Instagram and after quite a bit of research finally figured out where to get this shot from!

How to get to Temple Street Night Market: Jordan MTR exit A, turn right along Jordan Road and then Right onto Temple Street. There is a car park right there and when you head up to the 4th floor, you’ll be able to get this perspective.

Of course no list of the best photo locations in Hong Kong would be complete without mentioning the stunning Tian Tan Buddha, or “Big Buddha”, on Lantau Island. The statue is really Instagrammable from all different angles but a birds-eye-view from the Ngong Ping cable car is my favorite! ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Sights Featured in This Article

Guide Name: The 11 Most Instagrammable Places in Hong Kong
Guide Location: Hong Kong » Hong Kong
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Linda Dunsmore
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Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Temple Street Night Market
  • Nan Lian Garden
  • Man Mo Temple
  • Nathan Road
  • Choi Hung Estate
  • Chi Lin Nunnery
  • Victoria Peak
  • A Symphony of Lights at Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade
  • Mong Kok Flower Market

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