Photos today are not just used to capture moments. They are also used as tools to encourage and inspire us to visit a certain place or do something extraordinary that we will remember for the rest of our lives. And that is true while looking at our Hong Kong photo gallery.
Like everyone else, a photo gallery is something that we all love to compile!
One of the best places I’ve ever visited so far with amazing skyline and astonishing views is Hong Kong. After several travels to this amazing city, I have compiled this Hong Kong Photo Gallery that showcases all the things that I love most about Hong Kong. Some of these photos were also taken from our trip with friends in Hong Kong and Macau.
These were taken at different years and from different lenses. It’s a collection of the sights we’ve seen and the great ambiance we’ve experienced.
From the skyline at Victoria Harbor, to the overlooking views at the Victoria Peak and the serene beauty of Stanley Beaches – almost every corner of Hong Kong is a wonder to behold. It is a metropolis that values green space with its parks and hiking trails.
This Hong Kong Photo Gallery aims to inspire other travelers who, like me, loves a bustling city and enjoys exploring a metropolis. Check out this amazing collection to inspire your wanderlust!
View of the Hong Kong skyline at the Victoria Harbor. The photos from this Hong Kong Photo Gallery were taken both from the Hong Kong Island and Kowloon sides.
The Victoria Harbour is home to Hong Kong’s most famous skyline. It is situated between Hong Kong Island and Kowloon in Hong Kong. The harbour is a major tourist destination with its spectacular views. It is no wonder that great photos from this area alone has been captured.
At night, the Symphony of Lights can also be viewed here.
Photo of Hong Kong’s Clock Tower, the only remnant of the original site of the former Kowloon Station on the Kowloon-Canton Railway.
Hong Kong’s cultural and shopping landmark, the 1881 Heritage is a must-see when traveling to Hong Kong. A visit to this site will surely take you back to the Victorian-era Hong Kong.
Some statues at the Avenue Of Stars, including that of Bruce Lee, at the Victoria Harbour waterfront in Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong. The Avenue of Stars is currently closed for repair and improvement.
If you’re looking for the best overlooking views for your very own Hong Kong Photo Gallery, then a visit to the Victoria Peak should be high on your list.
Meticulously maintained landscape at the Nan Lian Garden.
A favorite subject for any Hong Kong Photo Gallery, this temple cannot be missed!
Entrance to the Nunnery from the Nan Lian Garden.
At the Stanley Plaza.
Statues at the Hong Kong Avenue of Comic Stars in Kowloon Park.
Several life-sized statues of Hong Kong’s favorite Comic Characters can be found here. Perfect addition to your very own Hong Kong Photo Gallery!
Hong Kong Ocean Park view from the Cable Car
Cute photos of Hong Kong Ocean Park’s panda.
Fountain at the entrance to the Happiest Place on Earth!
Landmark in Tomorrowland, one of Disneyland‘s themed lands in Hong Kong. This is where you can enjoy rides such as Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters and Hyperspace Mountain.
Oh and of course! The Iron Man Experience! 🙂
The Little Mermaid at the Fairy Tale Forest!
Decoration at the Main Street, U.S.A during Halloween!
The ever-popular Sleeping Beauty Castle where the Disney in the Stars is showcased at night!
All-time favorite and Disney’s most popular character, Mickey Mouse during the Grand Parade.
With Minnie Mouse…
And Goofy too!
Simba at the ‘Festival of the Lion King’ show.
Amazing sunset captured at the Mystic Point with the Mystic Manor on full view.
Hong Kong Disneyland at night. Photo taken right after the magical Disney in the Stars!
PS: Photos taken during the fireworks does not really justify the beauty of it. Hence, I did not included any in this Hong Kong Photo Gallery! 🙁
So, there you go!
I hope you enjoyed this short Hong Kong Photo Gallery as much as I enjoyed collecting it.
Looking back, I have come to realize that we were not able to take a photo of all the amazing places we’ve seen in Hong Kong as showcased in this Gallery. Most of our time was spent enjoying it– which should aways be the sole purpose of any travel that we go to.
Admittedly, there are still sooo many amazing places in Hong Kong that we haven’t visited yet. Unexplored places that we still need to go to… And our itchy feet will surely love to see it all!
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Love this so much! I went in 2005 when I was 9 or 10 and was at the grand opening of avenue of stars and have some limited edition souvenirs from the opening! Such a great memory!! Such an ever changing landscape though! Only the skyline looks the same haha!! X
Totally agree! Hongkong is always building, building and building! 😀
Wow, I have always wanted to visit Hong Kong and this is making me itch for it even more. Theme parks in Asia are really fun. I visited Orlando Studios in Osaka and it was much more fun than the one in Florida! I need to go to Disneyland in Hong Kong now after seeing your photos 🙂
Thank you, Nicole 🙂
Hong Kong looks to me like a peculiar mixture of the West and the East making you wonder how is it going to develop further in the future. Nice pics!
Totally. That alone makes Hongkong a great place to explore! 🙂
Truly lovely pictures. I do feel like going to Hong Kong right away.
Wow, amazing photographs. Simple love your post 🙂
Thank you, Sapna 🙂
wow! i just really need to visit this place soon. those photos really looks amazing. haha i’ll be at hongkong probably early nextyear.. hope to see these in person soon
I hope you do! Happy travels, John Paul! 🙂
BUCKET LIST for sure! I need to get out that way! Your pics are gorgous!
Thank you, Harmony 🙂
These sites are breathtaking! Hong Kong is now on my bucket list!
Glad to hear that! 🙂
Hong Kong is such a busy metropolis! I grew up visiting Hong Kong for shopping trips as a child and had to wear my best clothes if I wanted good service. I think those were the British days. What did you think of HK Disneyland? It’s a bit small in my honest opinion but still a fun day nonetheless
I think HK Disneyland was really great, as I am a Disney geek myself 🙂
I went to China a couple years ago but didn’t make it to Hong Kong. I’m hoping to go back soon and see this amazing place. Thanks for sharing your photos, they’re beautiful!
Thank you, Vanessa! 🙂
Between the beautiful skyline, gondolas, and awesome Disney experiences Hong Kong definitely looks like the place to be! I’m in Taipei right now, so I’m not too far… maybe I can plan a weekend trip! Such beautiful photos!
Thank you, Dory. Well, maybe you could! 😀 There’s soo much you can also do on a weekend..
I haven’t been to Hong Kong yet but I’d love to someday! It definitely has so much to offer!
It does have a lot of things to offer for any type of traveler! 🙂
What a wonderful post. Your photos are amazing.
Thank you Diana! 🙂
We went to Hong Kong for 4 days when we lived in China. Kind of a Visa reset thing. We saw several of the things you photographed and I got chased by a one armed monkey in the Kowloon forest. That was one grumpy monkey. Your pictures are really lovely.
Now I’m curious… why were you chased?! O_O .. Thank you, btw 🙂
Through I am already a senior citizen, I love seeing or visiting places of make-believe like Disney Land. Hong Kong is another place I love to pay a visit too. Our daughter who is already working in Hong Kong has already gone to Disney Land and we enjoy and entertain much of the pictures she has captured from those places.
As they say, nobody is old enough not to like Disney! 😀
U make me wanna go HK again.. Such a lovely place to visit..
I was here last year but was not able to capture photo’s like these. Your gallery is beautiful! 😊
Thank you, Gale 🙂
I had such a short layoff run Hong Kong. I didn’t get to leave the airport. I would love a chance to tour the city and see the beautiful skyline. I’ve also heard Hong Kong Ocean Park is really amazing.
I’m sure you would’ve love it! 😉
HK was the very first country I visited when I was back in high school. I went back a couple of years back with my own family to visit HK Disney. Didn’t know about that panda in Ocean Park. Will visit.
The panda’s are something to look for when visiting Ocean Park. They were soo adorable! 🙂
I really like your pictures and I really hope to see a panda one day. I hope the panda is not alone out there.
Thank you. No, the panda was not alone. 🙂
It is a beautiful, albeit expensive city. I’d visit even without a recommended list. You did a fine job.
Thank you, Elizabeth 🙂
Colorful Hong Kong, I was many times there, but nice to see that things don’t change a lot over time. My last visit was 2000.
Wow! That’s about 17 yrs ago! It’s kinda nice that there hasn’t been that many changes 🙂
Love this so much to the fullest of my heart. It’s a beautiful place, I love the climate, the foods, and also disneyland is one of the most popular place in Hongkong that I would always wanted to visit.
Me too! I always enjoy visiting HK Disneyland whenever I’m in HK 🙂