Hong Kong film industry faced its golden age from the 1970s to 1990s. Different types of movies have mushroomed while distinctive cinemas have proliferated in every district of Hong Kong. These enabled Hongkongers can enjoy a good show after work. Cinema Hall strives to restore characteristics during the years. It includes black-yellow ticketing, a weighing scale located at the entrance and film posters from box-office winners making you feel you are right at old cinemas in the 1970s.
Hong Kong Tram, alias “Ding Ding”, has been a special transport in Hong Kong Island for a century. Not only was Hong Kong Tram embedded in Hongkongers, but also became an internationally renowned local classic. We hurriedly get on and off the tram everyday. It is hard to have a specific scene shooting. This photo booth makes reference to the fourth-generation tram design with the classic terminal of “Western Market” so that we can posture whatever we like to take good photographs of the tram scene.
Since Hong Kong is the gourmets’ paradise, authentic Dai Pai Dong must be in our collective memory. It is a small-scale itinerant cooked food stall. As requested by the government, licenses must be located in conspicuous places. Therefore, it was recognised as “Dai Pai Dong” or “Da Pai Dang”. Lan Hua Yuan combines features of many famous Dai Pai Dong integrated with all popular and authentic cuisine in Hong Kong to provide a retro and warm feeling.
After nightfall, neon light signs sparkle in streets and bring themselves together contributing to Hong Kong’s famous night view and enjoying the “Pearl of the Orient” in the world. Neon lights install on major external walls of buildings which make signs visible at night. This photo booth restores neon lights in the 1970s of the last century. You can stand on the balcony of an old house to treasure the mixture of colorful neon lights in the surroundings.
The British Hong Kong Government introduced licenses of itinerant hawkers from the 1950s to 1960s. As a result, ice-cream motorcycles arised. Its one side is a modified motorcycle while the other side is a metal box filled up with ice-cream. Parked at crowded places such as roads, schools and park entrances, ice-cream motorcycles were appealing to Hongkongers. Walk through bustling streets and parked under a bridge, the old ice-cream motorcycle brings you back to the happiness from the past with its former makeup.
Herbal Tea is a Chinese medicinal drink in the Lingnan region of China and has more than one century of history in Hong Kong. Herbal tea shops render different formulas of herbal teas for customers. Consequantly, the public prioritized the Chinese herbal teas for common illnesses. This Chinese herbal tea shop is called “Kang Fu Tang” which combines characteristics of many iconic herbal tea shops. These include a Chinese medicine cabinet and a herbal teapot in golden gourd shape. We can find the former Hong Kong herbal tea shop there.
Plane lands on a campsite in the countryside at night. The local guide prepares a tent with camping amenities for you. On a starry night, you can have talks of everyday life with friends in the tent.