The Anglican St. John's Cathedral on Garden Street, built in 1847, was one of the first Christian churches in Hong Kong. Today, it is one of the few colonial structures standing after decades of high-rise construction along Hong Kong's narrow ledge of relatively level land. During World War II, Japanese troops used the church as a social club. The Cathedral has been renovated numerous times and is now the primary house of worship for Anglicans in Hong Kong and Macau, providing services in Cantonese, Mandarin, English and Tagalog.
Taking the tram to the top of Victoria Peak (太平山) for the first time can make you a bit giddy, first with the kind of buzz little kids get from amusement park..
Repulse Bay, located in the southern part of Hong Kong Island, is the most spectacular bay in the region and the most popular beach and swimming place in..
Stanley, the town, sits at the narrow neck of Stanley, the Peninsula, and is home to Stanley Market, Stanley Beach and Stanley Military Cemetery. It's also..
Man Mo Temple (Man Mo Miu) is a quite traditional Chinese temple situated at the corner of Hollywood Road and the aptly named Ladder Street (it appears to run..