Hong Kong visual diary: Andy Warhol, Chinese Antiquities, and Tim Ho Wan

Today was our last day in Hong Kong, and although we’re sad to be saying goodbye to such a magnificent city, we’re at the point of diminishing returns in sightseeing and don’t want to punish our budget too much further. Today we started out at the Hong Kong museum of art to check out an Andy Warhol exhibit and look at a few Chinese antiquities. After seeing the museum we headed into Mongkok to visit the Ladies’ Market for some souvenirs, and tried some terrible Chinese jelly shakes. As it was nearly 4pm we decided to have an early dinner at Tim Ho Wan. We’re going to try to get to bed early for our bright and early departure for the airport tomorrow morning. It’s been an epic trip, and I’ll be telling you about all of the details in the days to come.

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