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Mind-Blowing Buildings Density in Hong Kong

Mind-Blowing Buildings Density in Hong Kong

With seven million people, Hong Kong is the 4th most densely populated places, sharing a myriad of tiny apartments, in the world. However, plain numbers never tell the full story.

Here 18 of the jaw-dropping city skylines of Hong Kong.

1. Driving Amongst The Giants 🚗

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2. Sky-high suburbs Of Hong Kong

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3. Tseung Kwan O Block Tower

4. Tin Heng Tower Block

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5. These buildings look a lot like giant milk cartons!

6. Choi Hung Estate

7. Hong Kong Quarry Bay Tram

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8. An Apartment Building In Hong Kong

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9. Apartment Buildings With Ocean View

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10. The Wall

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11. Block of Flats Chongqing

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12. This Chinese “Dystopian” Apartment Building Houses 20K Residents And They Never Need To Leave

13. Hong Kong aerial

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14. Two International Finance Centre

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15. Cafe 103 | High Tea At The Ritz Carlton Hotel In Hong Kong

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16. Happy Valley Races – Hong Kong

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17. Hong Kong ‘living cubicles’ that look just like Borg cubes

18. The Architecture of Kowloon Walled City: An Excerpt from ‘City of Darkness Revisited

Hong Kong’s streets and skyscrapers have undergone a historic transformation over the past few decades, reflecting the city’s evolution from a colonial outpost to a global financial hub.

In the early 20th century, Hong Kong’s streets were narrow and winding, with bustling markets and traditional Chinese shophouses. However, as the city grew and modernized, its streets were widened and straightened to accommodate the increasing traffic.

The development of Hong Kong’s skyline also underwent a dramatic transformation, with the construction of towering skyscrapers that now dominate the city’s skyline. The city’s first skyscraper, the Bank of China Tower, was completed in 1989 and stood as the tallest building in Asia for several years.

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