Yuen Yuen Institute
The first place I visited was Yuen Yuen Institute. It isn't an institute in the traditional sense. Rather its a place of worship that included buddhism, taoism and confucianism. I think it's the only place that has all three beliefs. The place was pretty big and I was lucky because when I went, they were also having a taichi competition so it was quite festive. I even got to see lion and dragon dances. It was totally not planned but totally epic.
Next I moved on to Western Monastery which was actually right next to Yuen Yuen Institute. It was a short 3 minutes walk away. The most beautiful part of the monastery was the pagoda that stood at the top of the complex. I wish it was open because I really wanted to climb to the top.
Sam Tung Uk
I love exploring and yes even though sometimes its nice to have company with me, I honestly prefer visiting some places alone. I can do whatever I want, get whatever I want and not have to abide by any schedule or worry about anyone else's preferences or moods. I think it's when I'm by myself that I find the most random and special parts of Hong Kong.