Tsim Sha Tsui (Kowloon)

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Few places in the world are as crowded Kowloon, the southern extremity of the mainland part of Hong Kong. It ‘s very likely that if you are in Kowloon not able to see the sky because the skyscrapers that surround you leave little space and this little space is occupied by dozens of billboards piling up uncontrollably. Also the rooms around here are claustrophobic. They are usually 2.5 meters by 1 meter. Only the space for the bed and a tiny enclosed space bellows for the shower. No finetra, no space even to support the backpack that is, by force, under the bed.




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