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  1. Forbes Street Masonry Wall Trees

Situated at the Exit C of MTR Kennedy Town Station, the Forbes Street Masonry Wall Trees represent the widest one among the approximately 1,200 masonry wall trees grown from openings in 500 masonry stone retaining walls in Hong Kong. It is also one of the wall trees which is being reserved in the best condition. This largest tree is an over-a-century-old Chinese banyan and there are all together more than 20 Chinese banyan. What’s more, some of the trees are also being record in the Register of Old & Valuable Trees. Not only do the Forbes Street Masonry Wall Trees serves as a collaborative memories of the residents, they are now forming a beautiful picture and attracting photographers for photograph inspirations.



  1. Instagram Pier

Officially named as the Western District Public Cargo Working Area, the Instagram Pier is a popular spots for Hongkongers and tourists recently. It is well-known with its yellow-black curb, cargo pallets, shipping bollards and stunning sunset on the sea. It has become the perfect spot for the types of selfies that quickly garner flurries of likes on Instagram. If you are lucky enough, you may have a chance to gaze the hidden ‘mirror of the sky’. A layer of water on the ground will be formed after the rainfall on the lumpy ground, where images of the blue sky and the shadow of people will be reflected.

Instagram Pier



  1. Sai Wan Swimming Shed

The swimming shed is a popular ‘swimming pool’ for Sai Wan residents back in the 50s and 60s. Swimming sheds were built along the sea shore with limited and simple showers and lockers, with no life guide. But still, people have get used with this place and continuously visited for swimming and fishing. Apart from the old residents, visitors with bulky photography equipment are starting to crowd in for the sunset and the scenic view of waves with the wooden shed. It has also become a famous place for pre wedding couples.

Swim Shed



  1. Sai Ying Pun Community Complex

The building was constructed in 1892 as a mental hospital and a day treatment centre for psychiatric outpatients. After being left vacant for around 30 years, it opened again in 2001 as the Sai Ying Pun Community Complex with the facade retaining. With the wide arched veranda and lower level of rusticated granite blocks, the building create an appearance of strength and impregnability, and the facade of the building was later declared a monument in 2005.





  1. Jockey Club Mt. Davis Youth Hostel

Located on the upper slopes of Mount Davis in Western District, the hostel is the best place for the commanding views over Victoria Harbour, the Kowloon Peninsula and to the hills beyond. You can soak up the unrivalled views of Tsing Ma Bridge at the 270-degree sea view observation deck and enjoy the sublime sunset and the night view of famous Hong Kong. With the white buildings of the hostel, guests even named it as the ‘Little Greece in Hong Kong’.





Jockey Club Mt. Davis Youth Hostel

Address: 123 Mount Davis Path, Pokfulam, Hong Kong Island

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