Hong Kong Guide
Great China Match Works, Peng Chau
Founded in 1939, the Great China Match Works was one of the largest match factories in the region. At its peak it employed 2,000 people. Cheaper imports and the advent of the gas lighter caused the demise of the factory, it closed in 1976. Only boundary stones remain nowadays.
Tai O fishing village
Also known as the "Venice of Hong Kong", Tai O is a popular tourist destination for foreigner visitors and locals alike. One of the main features of Tai O are the pang uks, a kind of stilt house, built right over the waterway.
A rope bridge (hand-pulled ferry) tended by...
Stanley Main Beach
It`s said there used to be many ceiba trees at Stanley Main Beach, the ceiba trees have really red flowers, and under the sunshine the trees looks like many red pillars standing there, so people name this beach as 赤柱(Chi 4 Zhu 4).
The English name "Stanley" was came from...
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC) is one of Hong Kong land mark, the first phase was started on 25th, Nov, 1988, the glass wall which facing the sea is the world biggest glass wall. The second phase was started at 1994 and finished at 1997.
Hong Kong Convention and...
An old gem still standing and running smoothly to this day. The Peak Lookout doesn’t have the best views on the Peak, but it still has a lot of welcoming warm charm. The restaurant specializes in Southeast Asian cuisine with gardens and a nice barbecue corner. Offering both indoor and...