Hong Kong has seen its fair share of famous faces over the years. John Lennon and his son Sean visited Tiger Balm Gardens theme park in Tai Hang in May 1977. Photo: AFP Hong Kong has seen its fair share of famous faces over the years. John Lennon and his son Sean visited Tiger Balm Gardens theme park in Tai Hang in May 1977. Photo: AFP
Hong Kong has seen its fair share of famous faces over the years. John Lennon and his son Sean visited Tiger Balm Gardens theme park in Tai Hang in May 1977. Photo: AFP

From Ho Chi Minh to Bruce Lee to John Lennon, in the footsteps of Hong Kong’s most famous international residents and visitors

  • Philippine national hero Jose Rizal lived in Central, Vietnamese revolutionary Ho Chi Minh was jailed there and rocker Michael Hutchence was a regular visitor.
  • Lennon and son Sean visited Tiger Balm Gardens theme park in 1977, while English politician Jacob Rees-Mogg attended the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception

Topic |   History of Hong Kong districts
Hong Kong has seen its fair share of famous faces over the years. John Lennon and his son Sean visited Tiger Balm Gardens theme park in Tai Hang in May 1977. Photo: AFP Hong Kong has seen its fair share of famous faces over the years. John Lennon and his son Sean visited Tiger Balm Gardens theme park in Tai Hang in May 1977. Photo: AFP
Hong Kong has seen its fair share of famous faces over the years. John Lennon and his son Sean visited Tiger Balm Gardens theme park in Tai Hang in May 1977. Photo: AFP
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