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HK must be the ultimate place to take photos! The photos from Macau were also very good.
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HK must be the ultimate place to take photos! The photos from Macau were also very good.
Yes HK is a paradise for taking pictures.

The following pics are not in order. They show the old core area of Macao






































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The rest from my trip to Macao.
































































Bye bye Macao
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On the next day i travelled to Guangzhou

Still in Hong Kong


Shenzhen


The suburbs of Shenzhen


The following pics show the area between Shenzhen and Guangzhou.










I paid the same price for my hotel in Hong Kong and Guangzhou.

For comparison: my hotel room in Hong Kong


My hotel room in Guangzhou.


My hotel from outside


I stayed very close to the train station of Guangzhou.
The area around my hotel.














The biggest disappointment was that the CITIC Tower don`t have an observation deck :ohno:


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Good morning Guangzhou. The sun is shining and it`s 27°C outside. The day can start


At first i wanted to visit the Guangzhou TV tower. This tower is really beautiful.


The area behind the tower


An older version


Too bad it was not completed when i visited.


The area close to the tower.




It will be one of the most impressive skylines in the world in 5 years.




On that day i visited the old core of Guangzhou. I find that city much more pleasent to walk around then Beijing or Shenzhen.



The old TV tower.






There is a real big and beautiful park in the city.












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Cool update
Thank you.

The end of my first full day in Guangzhou.










Back in the new CBD.














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Wow, you either were in China for a long time, or took a hell of a lot of photos while you were there! China certainly isn't fooling around when it comes to development... apparently financing isn't a problem there!
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Great pics of Asia's (probably the worlds) most exciting city and its nearby cities! I plan to visit Hong Kong in January but it is not completely sure yet. If I go I will also visit Macau, Shenzhen and Guangzhou.
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Seems like I finally will be able to make this trip, christmas time this year! And visit these four cities, plus Kuala Lumpur and Singapore.
And this thread is still and inspiration for me!

Do you think it's possible to see most of Hong Kong in just 4-5 days?
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