If you didn't Instagram your every move, meal, and rooftop chill sesh, did you even visit Hong Kong at all? It's a question as old as time itself. Or at least as old as Instagram. Whatever. The good news is, you won't have to spend much time thinking about it because there are tons of photo opps all around Old Town Central that will fill your friends at home with jealous FOMO rage. If you need a good jumping off point, head down to hipstery Tai Ping Shan Street, where it seems like every wall is covered in vibrant, graffiti-esque murals. And they pretty much are. Local nonprofit HK Walls hooks up street artists with available wall space to keep the area decked out in color and culture. After you've snapped and shared to your heart's content, make your way down to nearby Sheung Wan. That's where you'll find the famous and much- stagrammed Bruce Lee mural painted by Korean arti st XEVA. There's also an underrated cubist-inspired fox painting on a 1960s apartment building that would be the perfect background for one of those pictures where you're staring wistfully down at your shoes for no apparent reason.