Discover Hong Kong Through 21 Stunning Photos

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Did you know that Hong Kong is the world’s most vertical city?  When it comes to amazing food, great shopping, and plenty of culture, it’s stacked!

There is such an interesting mix of terrain in Hong Kong; from the out-of-this-world skyscrapers, the glittering harbor and the green hills of the distant New Territories.

On the food scene you can indulge in local favorites like Cantonese dim sum and extravagant high tea. There are endless night markets to get lost in, and don’t forget Hong Kong’s best known party spot, Lan Kwai Fong!

If you’ve never been to Hong Kong, are reminiscing about your trip there, or even if you live there, it’s simply a wonderful city to get lost in. Keep scrolling to loose yourself in these gorgeous moments as captured by some of our favorite Instagrammers. And if you ever need a place to stay in Hong Kong, your room is on Elvoline. 🙂 Click here for a special discount!

But first…

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Summer is coming. #wlcreative #hk #hongkong #summer #road #yellow #sunset #sun #city #cityscape #hkig #sonyrx100iv

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May 9, 2016 – Hong Kong. #dailylife #everydayasia #hkig #onassignment #blackandwhite #bw #hongkong #cityscape

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Look who followed me from Singapore to Hong Kong 🐋. The pool here at @IslandShangriLa is a great place to gaze up at the iconic Bank of China building. It’s a quirky design but in terms of Feng Shui, the bank's skyscraper is considered “aggressive" because the edges of the triangles point towards its rivals (a "direct attack" in Feng Shui). So nearby HSBC responded to the “attack”; they installed two maintenance cranes on their roof but had them specifically designed to look like cannons and pointed them directly at the Bank of China @DiscoverHongKong #BankofChina #FengShui #HongKong #Hotel #HK #HKIG #IslandShangriLa #HongKongLife #DiscoverHongKong #IgersHongKong #ILoveHongKong #Travel #Adventure #PassionPassport #Paper #PaperArt #Silhouette #Pool #Whale #architecture #architecturelovers #whalewatching #swim #swimming #runway_vacation #HSBC #Bank

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