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Wai Yip Pedestrian Bridge

Made famous by its appearance in the hit Hong Kong film Love in a Puff, the Wai Yip Street Pedestrian Bridge is a (relatively) obscure gem of a photo spot. Nicknamed “Chi Ming bridge” – after the male protagonist of the film – this flyover is located just a five-minute walk away from MTR Ngau Tau Kok Station Exit B6. The bridge was built during Hong Kong’s industrial boom and modelled after MTR train carriages; when you’re on the bridge, remember to stay safe and keep your arms and legs inside this quirky train at all times! The pinhole effect created by sunlight streaming through the endless row of windows, as well as the simple colour palette of the bridge, makes for a wide variety of possible photo compositions.

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Wai Yip Street, Kwun Tong, Kowloon
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