For Dells. At about am we took our place in line at Tim Ho Wan, famous as the world’s cheapest Michelin starred restaurant. There’s a lot of food to try in Hong Kong, as we discovered, and this was a great place to start.
The trend, called Rooftopping, has thousands of photographers climbing to the top of the world's tallest skyscrapers for an unrestricted, bird's-eye view of the street below.well,this is going in the *nope* file.
Hong Kong is one of the most thrilling places in the World, filled with incredible views and contradictions. Read my 20 things to do and see in Hong Kong in so you do not miss out on any of the amazing things it has to offer.