The one thing that struck me about Hong Kong was the billboards. They are huge and even bigger when they are that close to the ground level. Some might call them visual clutter. You encounter one the moment you exit the security areas in the airport.
iSquare Shopping Mall is in Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong. This is not a double exposure. It is the glass reflecting the inside of the building. I love the effect. This was on about level 8 where there is a big common area and the windows are about 2 floors tall. It was a rainy night so the streets was also reflecting the wet roads. Double bonus.
Tin Lung Heen is a Michelin star restaurant in the Ritz Carlton at Kowloon, Hong Kong. We visited it for lunch and was guided to the West Wing and sat right in front of the window. The dusk seating with the sunset must be spectacular. The highway you see snaking through is the highway to the airport.