Weekender: The Perfect Three-Day Guide to Hong Kong
The Peak on Hong Kong Island is arguably Hong Kong’s most popular attraction, since it lays claim to the most unbelievable views of the city and its harbors. To reach the top, journey via the Peak Tram, a funicular that’s about 135 years old.
HK x Ice// I once did a 5,000 word report on the history and culture of Hong Kong in order to figure out why we were shipping him with Iceland, I later concluded that we were shipping the PEOPLE, and not the COUNTRIES.
Hong Kong 1920s http://www.pinterest.com/Bagface01/history-stuff/ * 1500 free paper dolls and toys Chinese paper dolls at The China Adventures of Arielle Gabriel, also free Chinese toys at Arielle Gabriels The Internaitonal Paper Doll Society *
Queen Elizabeth stamp, 1962; Hong Kong was a British Crown colony and, later, a British Dependent Territory under British administration from 1841 to 1997. More about #stamps: http://sammler.com/stamps/ Mehr über #Briefmarken: http://sammler.com/bm
Hong Kong: a city so huge, bustling and diverse that you’d need weeks to experience everything it has to offer. With only 48 hours in Hong Kong, Jeff Samaniego and his wife were in for a challenge, trying to squeeze in as much activity as possible so as to still get a sense of the history and a taste of the culture.