Snapshots of Hong Kong

For the final post of my trip to Hong Kong, here's a series of snapshots of this amazing city

I loved everything about Hong Kong, the chaos of the streets, the architecture, the temples tucked in the middle of the modern buildings, the colorful and weird shops in Sheung Wan, the loong stairways (OK, these a bit less), the food, the multicultural atmosphere, the lights, etc.
We didn't have time to visit the 10,000 buddhas monastery, the giant Lantau Buddha, the racecourses, the beaches so we can only wish to go back soon, in the meantime here are some random photos of the trip:
Scroll down to the bottom to find the map with these and many other places I pin-pointed
double decker in Sheung Wan
Apliu street market in Sham Shui Po
stairway to Hollywood Road
"Italian corner" in Central 
HSBC and Standard Chartered buildings in Central 
2 IFC tower in Central
Bank of China tower in Central
2 IFC by night (with Bank of China in the back)
Lions Gate in Victoria Peak
view from Victoria Peak
Chinese dumplings (from Dumpling Yuan)
Dim Sum from Dim Sum Square
window-shopping for ducks
Hong Kong Map (also available in My Maps section)

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