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The 7 Most Instagrammable Spots In Hong Kong

Never been to Hong Kong?This incredible place needs to go top of your travel hit list.

As a Special Administrative Region of China, Hong Kong is made up of Hong Kong IslandKowloon Peninsulathe New Territories and the Outlying Islands.

Famous for its skylines and vibrant food scene, what most people don’t know is that 70% of Hong Kong is mountains and lush parks. Want to get the ultimate Hong Kong Instagram shot? We’ve got you covered with these 7 places…

1. Nam Shan Estate Playground

A 1970s type playground, this is one of the coolest spots in the city for an Instagram snap.

Grungy surroundings, playful kids and spot-on lighting make it an ideal setting for photography lovers.

2. Peak Tram

Hands down the best way to experience the birds-eye view of the city from Victoria Peak.

One of the world’s oldest and most famous funicular railways, the tram rises to 396 metres (about 1,300 feet) above sea level.

3. Choi Hung Estate

Choi Hung Estate is one of the oldest public housing estates and is a dream setting for taking your Hong Kong Instagram shot.

Head to the basketball courts on the rooftop for the best photos of the rainbow buildings.

4. Graham Street mural

You can’t visit here without getting an #OOTD pic at local graffiti artist Alex Croft’s mural on Graham Street.

It’s vibrant, famous and oh-so-Instagrammable.

5. Kowloon Peak

For a different viewpoint to feature in your Hong Kong Instagram, head to the other side of the city and brave the 600 meters Kowloon Peak.

You’ll get the best photos from the Suicide Cliff at the South Ridge of Kowloon Peak.

6. Temple Street Market

Temple Street Market is a buzzy display of fortune tellers, jade, antiques and tasty street food.

Want to get that insane overhead view? Head to the Yau Ma Tea Parking Lot and aim for the top floor.

7. Yik Cheong Building

Also known as the ‘Monster Building’ , this residential apartment complex has been featured in movies like Ghost in the Shell and Transformers: Age of Extinction.

Get as low down to the ground as you can for the most impressive picture to share for your Hong Kong Instagram.

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