Nam Shan Estate
In the 70s, most families lived in tiny homes in estates that were home for thousands. Before the city had money to build elaborate sports centers, hallways became the soccer field for children and estate markets was a social place for mothers. Nam Shan Estate has kept its cultural backdrop until today. You will see toys dangling from ceilings of market stores, buckets of fresh seafood lying around in the mornings, street-side dim sum stalls and twirling barber poles that's guaranteed to make you lightheaded. You can still feel the vibrant community living and step back into Hong Kong’s 70s era at this primitive estate. #community #architecture #restaurants #history #snack
Posted by Alison Fung
38 countries - 80 spots