Hong Kong, Day 14 – Chi Lin Nunnery, Chuck Un, Kowloon City

On this day I took the ferry and after landing at the Central station I walked towards Soho.

I started with a lunch at my favorite spot in Soho, tge 27 Kebab House.

Fron there, I took a couple of subways to reach the northwest side of Hong Kong. Then, I walked towards a Japanese garden and temple that are famous in the region.

The garden was beautiful, with lots of petrified trees and impeccable landscaping.

The temple was right next to it, also incredible.

From there, I walked all the way to Kowloon City, passing by the Sik Sik Yuen Wong Tai Sin temple, which was closed l, but I managed to get some views from a footbridge.

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