Frank the tour guide’s social media posts about double decker tram & his birthday wish

tram and cake

Collection of Frank the tour guide’s social media posts about tram and birthday wish Frank the tour guide has five posts in his social media this week. The posts are about Hong Kong’s double decker tram (ding ding) and his birthday wish.     You may follow Frank the tour guide’s social media…   Apart…

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Compare Hong Kone’s buffalo sculptures and New York’s Charging Bull sculpture

Compare Hong Kone's buffalo statues and New York's Charging Bull statue

Differences between Hong Kong’s buffalo sculptures and New York’s Charging Bull sculpture Recently Italian Sculptor Mr. Arturo Di Modica, who made the famous Charging Bull sculpture in New York, has passed away. As another international financial center, Hong Kong also has a pair of buffalo sculpture at the Exchange Square.   Frank the tour guide is…

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Hope vaccination brings cruisers the freedom of booking private shore excursion independently again in 2023 Oceania Around the World Cruise

Oceania Insignia at sea

Vaccine may bring Insignia’s passengers chances to book private shore excursions independently in 2023 According to the post of Cruise fever, the 2023 Oceania World Cruise sells very well. This first shows cruisers have a very strong wanderlust to take the Oceania’s Insignia cruise to travel around the world in 218 days.   This also shows…

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Other names for Hong Kong’s famous hills

Lantau Peak, Kowloon Peak, Lion Rock

Other names for the famous mountains in Hong Kong Hong Kong’s scenery is special. It is the fusion of amazing architectures, great sea view and beautiful hills!   The names of the high mountains can show their landscape, local history and people’s creativity.   The old local guide books recorded a lot of different other…

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Frank the tour guide work report for January 2021

Frank finds new lookout point and visits a great reservoir in January 2021

Frank explores new lookout point and visit great reservoir  Apart from preparing for the coming Chinese Lunar New Year of cow, Frank the tour guide further enhances his Hong Kong private car tour itinerary and finds materials for blogging.   Frank adds the hidden but scenic Caldecott Road as a lookout point to enrich the…

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Plover Cove Reservoir, which originated from a boat trip, was inaugurated on 20 January 1969

lover Cove Reservoir was inaugurated on 20 Jan 1969.

The great Plover Cove Reservoir is the first reservoir built in the sea On 20 January 1969, Plover Cove Reservoir, the second largest reservoir in Hong Kong, was inaugurated.   The inauguration ceremony showed the once strange idea of the Director of Water Supplies, which was conceived during his boat trip, was realized. Frank the…

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5 WOW factors of Kam Shan Country Park

Kam Shan Country Park wows travelers by 5 elements The Kam Shan Country Park is located in the mountain between Kowloon and the New Territories.   It is a beautiful attraction. Frank the tour guide is going to show travelers the five wow factors of Kam Shan Country Park.   Travelers can go there by…

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Frank the tour guide work report for November 2020

Frank also went to Kennedy Town to take photos for the nice sunset in November 2020.

November 2020 work report for Frank the tour guide In November 2020, Frank the tour guide did a lot to prepare for the coming 2021.   Frank visited the Chinese University of Hong Kong to see the Hong Kong Impressions Exhibition.   The exhibits gave Frank the new blogging and tour planning ideas. Frank visited the…

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Is this banner the propaganda for Cantonese opera show?

The handsome protagonist

No, it is the anti-telecom fraud propaganda for senior citizens… This is Hong Kong Police’s new anti-telecom fraud propaganda, which targets at the senior citizens.   It uses Cantonese opera music performers to publicize fraud prevention because a lot of senior citizens are the fans of those performers and victims of telecom frauds. The star…

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Preserve planet earth under Covid-19 by making concerted efforts on pandemic prevention and listening to the government instructions

Sha Tin's sculpture Preserve planet earth

Old sculpture new meaning under Covid-19 Hong Kong’s Sha Tin New Town has a stainless steel sculpture called Preserve Planet Earth. In 1993, Hong Kong local sculptor Van Lau made this sculpture, which shows two human palms are supporting people’s habitat, the earth.   Frank the tour guide thinks that the original idea for this design…

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