Somewhere between mid evening wanderings at the fruit market and discovering the city, we bumped into the Avenue of Stars at Tsim Tsa Tsui promenade.
Daddy of all skylines is the HongKong skyline, as marvelous in the day as the night.
A perfect backdrop to canoeing ships and boats of all size and shapes.
We could stand there forever with dreamy eyes!
The Avenue of stars is a celebrated story of the Hongkong film industry.
The statues are placed all along the marina.
More than a century of Hongkong cinema accompanies you on the walk.
Gorgeous of all ~ Bruce Lee.
Along the way are hand prints of popular celebrities.
The day passed by in a breeze…
and by evening, it only got prettier.
Just before the laser and light show began.
And well lit up cruise ships passed by.
There are a million photo booths, a big crowd of excited faces and the glowing lights at a distance.
It is almost a classic way of spending an evening with Hongkong’s light and laser show – ‘Symphony of Lights’, starting at 8 pm daily. We gawked at it till it lasted, a whole of 13 minutes among the star statues.
The next day, we made a beeline for the Man Mo Temple, one of the few traditional ones near central.
Stunned by the red and gold decor, we spent a whole afternoon here.
The literature and the martial gods are worshipped.
After a rite-full afternoon, we had human cravings.
Close by, we found the Wok Express. A tiny space full of gollop food.
We crammed down the Vietnamese noodles
and Tofu curry.
With a handful of spring rolls.
Finishing with a vegetarian sandwich.
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