When I was on Hong Kong for first time, I have realised I am taking almost all pictures in "vertical" mode which is I am not doing it often.
But in Hong Kong it's very hard to capture "horizontal" pictures on your point of view because of inside small streets, the interesting parts are high buildings so you have no other option than capturing moment as vertical.
When I was going "Sky Terrace" on Funicular Station, I have noticed "most meaningful" expression for this situation in the wall "Vertical City".
That moment I have understood I am not the only one who felt this way.
Let's go through how is life there, first of all most of Expats are calling it "Chaotic City" but in my opinion it's Chaotic depend on your area and what you are doing in city.
- Recommended Places:
Zuma has very wide options of food & drinks that you will exactly like.
This is a small restaurant in the Central with very tasty burgers, especially in the weekends it's one of the popular places where people are going to eat around midnight (weekdays, it's closing early)