After we have introduced 6 Instagrammable Spots in Hong Kong Island, this time we’re here to take things to the Kowloon side:

Choi Hung Estate, Choi Hung
Colour public housing photos are all over the place. Choi Hung Estate is almost the most popular Instagram in Hong Kong, check out the park to find the best angles for photos.

 

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How to get there:
Take the MTR to the Choi Hung Station and take the Exit C3.

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Ping Shek Estate, Choi Hung
Neighbouring Choi Hung Estate, Ping Shek Estate is also a very popular instagram spot. The perfect geometry of the buildings create the perfect frame: just wait for a bird or a plane…

 

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You can either stand there and wait for a plane to fly by or put the plane in yourself to capture the perfect moment. 😬

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How to get there:
Take the MTR to the Choi Hung Station and take the Exit C3.

 

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Star Ferry Pier, Tsim Sha Tsui
The Star Ferry Pier can give you a lot of beautiful night skyline shots. You can either start from Central or come to Tsim Sha Tsui first to take photos before taking the Ferry.

 

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How to get there:
Take the MTR to the Central or Tsim Sha Tsui Station and head towards the pier.

 

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Temple Street, Jordan
One of the most crowded streets, Temple Street is great for snapshots and candid shots of passerbys. Look for puddles to reflect neon lights on the ground.

 

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How to get there:
Take the MTR to Jordan station, take the Exit A.

 

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Gold Fish Market, Mong Kok
Full of pet shops and goldfishes, this market is a crazy array of colours and moving shapes. Get your camera out to snap all these beautiful shots.

 

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How to get there:
Take the MTR to Mong Kok station, take the Exit C.

 

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Wet Markets All Around
Don’t forget to snap the food stalls around, hanging roasted ducks, crispy pork belly and Char Sius are great subjects too. Street food stalls are also great because the smoke and bustling crowd adds so much more dimension to the photo.

 

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