Photos of really, really old Hong Kong

Salisbury Road looking east outside Tsim Sha Tsui Railway Terminus during the 1930s

The Hong Kong Museum of History’s latest exhibition “Images Through Time: Photos of Old Hong Kong” will be displayed until Apr. 21. Museum-goers will have the opportunity to see rare old photos of Hong Kong and the developments of the city over the past century. Tickets are just HK$20 and HK$10 if you’re a student. Don’t believe it’s a good deal? See for yourself below!


Photos: Collection of the Hong Kong Museum of History, © Information Services Department, HKSAR, and Collection of Moonchu Foundation

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