Hong Kong’s Central, just like most of Hong Kong’s districts, has an interesting mix of architecture. When you go down its main streets, you’ll see plenty of big stores and buildings in modern architecture. But when you take a little detour down to the smaller side streets, a whole new world greets you. It’s the Hong Kong most people imagine–full of quaint little stores and restaurants and makeshift stalls. For me, these streets are the most interesting because you’re never sure what you’ll find. You can just get lost here and you’ll discover something new, a little secret for you to keep.
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