Spring in the Midst of Hong Kong

Coming back to Hong Kong, I find Spring is in full swing in the midst of the busy city.  The trees are green, the flowers are deliciously colourful, the bird’s chirping sound is so musical, and the air smells so sweet.

The city is clearly one of contrast – business versus serenity; sharpness versus softness.  It is constantly displaying balances and offering places for calmness.  I love the parks in the middle of the busy business district of The Central.  In fact, I love most of the parks in Hong Kong.  While buses, vans, cars, trucks are zooming by, the citizens in the parks are always concentrating on their leisurely and family activities and are completely shutting themselves out of the hustle and bustle out there.

Take a look here…

A Splash of Spring in front of the Pointed Bank of China Building
A splash of Spring in front of the pointed Bank of China Building
A little utopia in front of the HSBC Building and the Supreme Court of Hong Kong
A little utopia in front of the HSBC Building and the Supreme Court of Hong Kong.
A water fountain in the midst of the Central District - what a nice way to cool down!
A water fountain in the midst of the Central District – what a nice way to cool down!
My favourite ark, filled with spring colours, right in front of my Parent's Home
My favourite park, filled with spring colours, right in front of my parent’s home.
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11 thoughts on “Spring in the Midst of Hong Kong

  1. It’s very beautiful spring in Hong Kong, images demonstrates this. Thank you so much for sharing!
    In my country is still snow that night it snowed again.
    I look forward spring, I hope to come soon!

    Have a wonderful day and many blessings! Stefania fondly! 🙂

    1. It is a fascinating city – so many things to offer – all within a small compound! I hope you will try dim sum soon. The easiest way is to visit a Chinatown in your region or a place you travel to!

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