Top 10 Greatest Places For Amazing Photos in Hong Kong & Macau
Hong Kong & Macau are a photographer’s dream. They are both some of the best spots for photography and place to create art to print later on canvas.
But where are the best locations for photography in Hong Kong & Macau? Where are the locations that are not only breath taking, but also spots that will allow you to take canvas art shots that you will always remember.
Below are our top 10 picks for the best spots for photos that you have to visit if you are planning a trip to Hong Kong & Macau.
Kowloon Public Pier / L’Avenue des Stars, Tsim Sha Tsui (Hong Kong)
Tsim Sha Tsui is the southern most area of Kowloon, Hong Kong facing Victoria Harbor and Hong Kong Island. Although across the harbor, the towering buildings from the iconic Hong Kong skyline seem to be at an arms length. Come during dusk when the magnificent Light Show takes place. One by one building turn their lights on creating a radiant spectacle that is a must see.
Tian Tan Buddha (Hong Kong)
Take the Ngong Ping 360 Glass Bottom Gondola up to the top of Lantau Island. At its peak you will reach Big Buddha, a 34-foot high bronze statue.
Temple Street Night Market, Yau Ma Tei (Hong Kong)
Kowloon’s liveliest night market with over 400 stalls selling clothing, bric a brac, watches, and more. Visit between 8pm – 11pm, indulge in a fortune tellers reading
Temple of Ten Thousand Buddhas (Hong Kong)
A popular public temple located at the foot of the Sha Tin Mountains there are over 12,000 buddhas covering the walls of this monastery. Count your steps up, there are 500 to reach the top.
Junk Boat, Victoria Harbor (Hong Kong)
One of the best views of Hong Kong is by boat. Hire a junk, a traditional Chinese sailing ship to sail the blue green waters of Victoria Harbor. Stop off at neighboring outlying islands such as Lamma Island, a popular nesting spot for green sea turtles.
Victoria Peak (Hong Kong)
For a remarkable view of the iconic Hong Kong skyline, climb Victoria Peak as you will rise high above skyscrapers. Try getting there early as the first morning light touches the city. Take the Peak Tram from Central Terminal.
Ritz Carlton Spa Suite Experience (Hong Kong)
116 floors above the Hong Kong skyline, this spa suite is the definite of luxury. With stunning views of the city below you, indulge and pamper yourself in the calm relaxed setting of true bliss.
City of Dreams Casino (Macau)
This casino is one of the largest in Macau. The resort casino has a variety of things to do including a dancing water show, a bubble fountain, shopping, restaurants, and gambling tables.
Ruins of St. Paul’s Parish (Macau)
The ruins here are on of Macau’s best known landmarks. Destroyed by fire in 1835, the façade of the church has been restored and is now listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Climb the stairway for remarkable contrasting views of authentic and modern age Macau.
TurboJet to Macau (Hong Kong to Macau)
This one hour boat ride takes you from Hong Kong to Macau. While the boat itself isn’t 5-star, the views absolutely are.
Always remember to have your camera or phone ready on trips. You never know when the perfect moment may strike. Artzee can help you create unique pieces of canvas art. Hang it on your wall. Remember the moment forever.
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