Sailing the open seas
The iconic red junk boat in Hong Kong's Victoria Harbour is a beloved attraction for locals and tourists alike. With its distinctive crimson sails and traditional design, it offers a glimpse into Hong Kong's maritime heritage while also providing a fun and memorable experience on the water. A ride on the junk boat takes passengers on a leisurely cruise around the harbour, with breathtaking views of the city skyline and famous landmarks like the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, the International Finance Centre, and the towering Victoria Peak. It's a must-do activity for anyone visiting Hong Kong, and a great way to see the city from a different perspective
Photograph / Printed on Canon Premium Fine Art (Smooth) Paper (310g, 100% cotton and acid-free)
60cm (W) x 42cm (H)
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