Hong Kong boasts a myriad of locations that are worth capturing, from its beautiful temples, sunrise spots to traditional villages, there's so much that you––and your camera––can feast on. But other than these photography spots are also Instagrammable locations such as architectural places, restaurants and even bathrooms––the city is a paradise for the Instagram fans.
1. Blue House Cluster
Despite its name, the Blue House Cluster is made up of three colourful houses, in addition to the Blue House, there is also Yellow House and Orange House. These interlocking houses in Wan Chai were originally a hospital that provided Chinese medicine services to its residents. Designed in Lingan-style, the main house, the Blue House, was painted blue in the 1990s using leftover paint from the Water Supplies Department––where it earned its name.
Out of the three houses, only the Blue House is Grade I historical building while the Yellow House is Grade III and the Orange House has yet to gain a rating. The historic building is also one of the few remaining tong lau-styled buildings or residential buildings that were characterised by their balconies and built during the late 19th century. What's more, the Blue House was also recently given the Award of Excellence by UNESCO, the highest level in four categories.
72–74A Stone Nullah Lane, Wan Chai, Hong Kong