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Hong KOng cycling

20 Mar Baby bicycle rack

I was wondering whether the bike rack was truly necessary? ? #victoriapeak #cycling #hongkong #privatetour #privateguide #privatetours #explorehk #explorehongkong #instatravel #hkgreeters...

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private hong kong walking tours

19 Mar Messing about in the harbour ?

A sampan is the perfect way to explore the old harbour, and even try on one of the traditional Tanka hats (note the shape is very unique!) Despite a decline in the fishing industry, you will still be able to see fishing trawlers, house boats and...

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Real Hong Kong Tea Tours

18 Mar Double bubble trouble!

Bubble tea is a Taiwanese invention, which combined tapioca balls with milk tea originally. Nowadays you can find hundreds of variations with teas and fillings. It's worth spending time figuring out your favourite, yum! #bubbletea #mimidesserts #victoriapeak #privateguide #privatetour #hktour #explorehk #explorehongkong #instatravel #hkgreeters...

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Victoria Peak fog

13 Mar Mysterious look-out at the Peak

Eery fog bringing in the humid weather. This atmospheric shot was taken at the Lions Club Lookout this morning. #lionsclubsinternational #victoriapeak #hongkong #privatetour #privateguide #privatetours #instatravel #explorehk #explorehongkong #hkgreeters...

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Desert island and affordable land Sai Kung Hong Kong car tour

07 Mar Affordable land in Hong Kong?

I think I've found an affordable piece of land in Hong Kong! With house prices standing at 18.1 times median incomes, Hong Kong has topped the chart as the most expensive home market for the 7th year running. Not something to be proud of! #desertisland #affordablehome #hongkong #nofilter #privatetour #privateguide...

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Yim Tin Tsai outlying island private tour

02 Mar Abandoned village in Sai Kung

Adventures in Yim Tin Tsai, the abandoned Catholic Hakka village. Villagers used to make a living from farming, salt production and fishing, but like other fishing towns in Hong Kong, generations slowly moved away in the search for better jobs as the work was hard and...

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