Well Hong Kong seems still at the fore front of nightlife. It doesn’t surprise me that they have markets at night, but thanks to my escort she was so professional she took me to the club that suited me, most. I don’t have the type of music I like or the type of food I like printed on my face, but she did seem to read me like a book.
Personally I don’t like nightclubs that much apart from those that seem to have died in Britain, but here in Hong Kong they still have a few so it does seem true that they can cater for every need.
Coming here and seeing the culture of the East, the culture of China in the modern, western package. Modern metro, cable car and then get to the Po Lin Monastery and Big Buddha on Lantau Island. With slightly older tram sharply uphill you will reach the top of Mount Victoria. View from here to Hong Kong is unique, and it is worth to go for a walk around the top where you can see more local nature.
You will eat herea great dim sum without stress, without wondering how you willsurvive later stomach perturbations. In contrast, in nearby Guangzhou, you will not be able to overcome some delicacy to eat in a small bar, or from a street stall.
From the outside it is a modern city, inside – the old China. Hong Kong is unique.
Over the years, a small piece of land on the outskirts of China was the point of contact with the outside world. Foreign trade relations, the impact of the ruling here for years the British Empire led to greater openness to the world. In addition, the huge amount of money flowing into the city provide a relatively high level of technical infrastructure.