Published by Antonio Tajuelo
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Time to visit Hong Kong Island ^^.
There are different territories in Hong Kong. Most of the people live in Kowloon or in Hong Kong Island.
Hong Kong metro is one of the most efficient and profitable metro systems in the world because of the population density.
Inside the metro stations you can always find this kind of signs. Perfect for taking photos and collecting them.
Spiderman being released during these days.
Hong Kong Island arrival. Skyscrapers everywhere. Each of these buildings is the home for thousands of people.
In Hong Kong, people drive on the left side of the road. In this part of the city you can also see the tram, launched more than 120 years ago.
Track carrying some bamboo. In HK, bamboo is used for scaffolding.
Tram is the most cheap transport system in Hong Kong. Each ride is just 2 HK dollars and you can get off at any stop you wish.
In Hong Kong, they are also known as "ding ding" because of the sound they make.
Some pics taken from inside the tram.
Transformers themed watch ad.
Double-decked trams in Hong Kong are usually very old.
In Hong Kong, every space that can hold an ad is effectively used.
Causeway Bay, one of the most busy places in the world.
Very cool suitcase advertisement in HK streets.
Businesses use a lot of signs for catching new customers.
Despite Hong Kong city doesn't taking a lot of space, here you can find many sports and luxury cars.
Beautiful Tesla Model S.
Public WC in Hong Kong streets.
There are many small food shops in HK streets.
San Miguel beer, the best selling in Hong Kong.
This beer company was founded in Manila, Philippines, when this country was a Spanish colony. From there, the company expanded into other southeastern Asian countries.
City signs, always very interesting ^^.
This trams is also a moving advertisement.
The famous Hong Kong "Escalator" is the longest outdoor escalator in the world. It is 800 meters long.
Very beautiful streets in this area.
Here we finish this walk around Hong Kong Island.
I will keep to post more photos this week!