proximity rules

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so everyone knows Hong Kong is dense. Population-wise that is. (take whatever meaning you want from that) Since there are a lot of people living in a very small place, everything is close to… everything else. Which is sometimes disconcerting. “Nah, that can’t be an amusement park,” I think to myself, because it’s in the middle of all those skyscrapers.


Two International Finance Centre (the building that completely dwarfs all others in HK’s skyline) + Central Post Office + ferris wheel.

Right. I also saw a driving range the other day. Don’t know how I could have missed that before. And here’s a picture of a cruise ship next to the entrance of a mall (Harbour City in tsim sha tsui).

harbour city
harbour city