Linehouse's contemporary Hong Kong restaurant takes its cue from the life of cross-cultural pioneer John Anthony and references a retro, east London Chinese canteen.
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There are so many colorful spots in Hong Kong, and this is just one of many. That’s why it has become a hotspot for Instagrammers 🙂
And Hey! 👋 I asked If you wanted me to share more photography tips or Instagram related tips as well as blogging, and a lot of you seem interested in learning more and hear what i have to share about those topics 🙂
#1 Instagram and Photography tip: Do your research.
This includes searching hashtags, locations, getting inspiration from others, how to get there, and sometimes to check how the sunlight will hit the place you want to visit. Light is key in photography, and If the light is too harsh and creates a lot of shadows, the photo will probably not turn out as good. (Shadows can still be cool though)
Doing research before you go will save you time and sometimes even money, since you come prepared. It will also avoid disappointments If you go to the place when the time is right.
I always use Google Maps or ask the locals for directions 🙂 If you want to find new locations, I can also recommend the website Locationscout.
It’s a site where photographers tag places and the website lets you search for destinations and then they show photos and places from nearby.
You can also search in Google for sunrise and sunset times, or download an app. There are also apps and websites where you can see where the sun will be in regards to your location at a specific time.
Happy 90th Birthday to a certain mouse who has brought joy & wonder to so many people for so many years ✨
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🤤 Tis' the season to @burgerkingsg cause it's 🍔for🍔 time!!! Have a whopping good time with a friend and head down to any participating outlets to get your 1-for-1 WHOPPER Burger. Hurry ⏰ while stocks last! #burgerkingsg
Honestly kinda disappointed with the #RoastPork this time. A bit too dry and lean for my taste. I have probably too high of an expectation for a dish that costs about $4USD. It's still one of my fave places in #HongKong for roast meat though. Anyone know of any new places that makes roast meat well in Hong Kong?