Thursday Doors: Amoy Street

These photos are my contribution to Thursday Doors, a door-lovers group hosted by Norm Frampton.

The doors for today’s post are located on Amoy Street, an out of the way street in busy Wan Chai District which is located at the north shore of Hong Kong Island.

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This door opens into Kitchen Ruto serving yummy Japanese cuisine.

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The door into The Spice House is plain but the food is delicious.

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This last one is interesting but not a functioning door any longer. It’s part of the Artland Nursery.  I love the incredible floral scents when walking into a nursery.  I can close my eyes and imagine I’m standing in a field instead of a concrete jungle.

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Thank you for stopping by.  Have a wonderful weekend!

For amazing doors from all around the globe click over to Norm’s.

7 Comments Add yours

  1. Norm 2.0 says:

    Spice House? Count me in!
    Fun shots 🙂

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    1. Thanks, Norm. Come on over sometime! Though, it needs to be before August as we are leaving Hong Kong then. =)

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  2. scooj says:

    Love that first door, there is something very organised and perfect about it.

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    1. I know what you mean. It has a bamboo feel (and I love bamboo). =)

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  3. Junieper2 says:

    Yesterday I stumbled into the news about the protests going on in Hong Kong. Hopefully this will come to an end without killings. Haha, you chose some restaurants where we Westerners can read the words:):)

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    1. Sorry for not writing back until now as I’ve been traveling. This past Sunday, there were over 2 million protestors on the streets. Last Wednesday, my husband and I had an appointment in the Admiralty Center, where the bulk of the protestors were gathered. When we came up out of the train station, our eyes began to burn from remnants of the tear gas and pepper spray. We have another appointment there tomorrow. It’s a very sad situation and we have many good friends who have been on the streets. Hoping for the best as well, Jesh! =)

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      1. Junieper2 says:

        Saw some pics on the internet – since I know about that time in Beijing where thousands of young people protested, it caught my attention. Yeah, I know what teargas feels like – not fun! Thanks for your reply:) Be safe!

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