Instagram Worthy Spots in Hong Kong

From my Hong Kong trip earlier this year, I thought I’d share a few Instagramable places that me and my boyfriend went. I Love how visiting these places made us see more of Hong Kong other than just going to the usual tourist spots. I hope you enjoy reading!

1. Choi Hung Estate

This colorful basketball court is popular among Millennials and if you are one yourself, I’m pretty sure you’ve seen this somehow on your feed many times.  It’s colorful court and residential building will sure be picture perfect and so qualified to make it on your feed. (check full blog post here)

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2. Graham Street in Central

This place takes a lot of walking from the Central MRT. My boyfriend said it was a waste of time but I just couldn’t skip this most photograph wall in HK! Also the walk to Graham Street and back was an experience itself. You find yourself lost in the streets of Central HongKong and it was fascinating  how busy to see this side of the island. Taking a photo here is a struggle to be honest so bring a lot of patience because a lot of people are trying to get a shot too!

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3. Brooklyn Bar and Grill

This isn’t very common among the most Instagramed places in HK but I find the exterior of this bar very Instagramable and this is just actually a minute away from the wall above. So if you’re planning to go to Graham Street, walk straight to the same street and you find yourself a lovely wall with no one photobombing and stealing your spotlight!

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4. Nan Lian Garden

One of the tourist attraction in Hong Kong is Nan Lian Garden. This place is a  public park also built in the style of the Tang dynasty. It is such a beautiful garden and I love how the place is such a contrast to it’s neighboring high rise apartments. There is so much greenery and if that’s your thing then this place is a must visit!

Diamond Hill MRT , Exit C2

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5. Streets of Mongkok

The streets of Mongkok is best visited during the night in my opinion because of how lively it looks because of all the neon light signage! I mean just look at the photos below. (Also, I just had the best wanton noodles in Mongkok! I forgot the name of the place but it was so good!)

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6. Hong Kong Cultural Centre

One of the most visited place is also the Hong Kong Cultural Centre which is also where the Victoria Harbour in Tsim Sha Tsui is located. The unique pinkish wall make it such a great backdrop to take your OOTDs!

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7. Hong Kong Disneyland

Nothing is more Instagramable than a Disney Castle behind your back! or a cute mickey shaped food like ice cream, pancakes, doughnuts, etc for a great flatlay. This is definitely an Instagram heaven that will surely deserve a spot on your feed. (Blog post soon!)

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8. MTR Station Signs

I don’t know why but people I see on Instagram find the MRT signage photo worthy and I kind of agree! haha!

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Below are other Instagramable spots I didn’t get to visit but definitely worth the share:

Yik Cheong Building
Pacman Mural Wall at Harbour City
Rich View Terrace
26-50A Square St, Sheung Wan.
Lok Wah South Estate
 Lai Tak Tsuen 


I hope you all enjoy my mini list of Instagramable places in HK. If you have any more suggestions please do leave a comment below for others to know!

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