Hong Kong is one of China’s biggest cities and a great resource for video production teams. As an autonomous city with its own distinct culture, Hong Kong offers a variety of locations perfect for filming. The quintessential example of a modern Asian city with a sprawling metropolis, Hong Kong is ideal for urban scenes with large crowds. Although the city itself is densely populated and built up, the surrounding islands and countryside also provide lush greenery for outdoor backdrops. Additionally, because the area has been settled for thousands of years, there’s no shortage of historic buildings and ruins throughout Hong Kong. Of special note for filmmakers is Hong Kong’s rich cinematic history: As one of the biggest motion picture industries in the world, Hong Kong video production companies are numerous and sophisticated.
The world-famous International Finance Center includes two of the most impressive of downtown Hong Kong's many high rises. The IFC has been featured in many major films, including Hollywood blockbusters. Hong Kong video productions seeking a sleek, modern urban backdrop have a great choice in the IFC.
The Wong Tai Sin Temple is a famous Taoist shrine nestled in the heart of the city. Originally built in 1921, the temple's bold architecture incorporates vibrant red pillars and golden roofs. One of the shrine's most impressive attractions is its intricately carved replica of the Nine-Dragon Wall in Beijing.
The former site of the infamous ""Walled City,"" the land has been reimagined into a scenic public park. Kowloon Walled City Park is modeled after the ornate gardens of the early Qing dynasty and features flower walks, statue gardens, and historic ruins ranging from pieces of the Walled City itself to structures dating back to the 19th century.
As Hong Kong's major port, Victoria Harbor is a bustling site for both international trade and tourism. The harbor is also known for its spectacular views: Videographers can film scenes with a variety of backdrops — ocean, harbor, city skyline, and lush mountains — from a single location.
Lantau is the largest of Hong Kong's many islands. With its low population density and rolling meadows, Lantau Island is perfect for filming pastoral scenes. This location also holds special significance for Buddhists, as the island is home to many religious sites, such as Po Lin Monastery and the Tian Tan Buddha.
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