Happy Chinese New Year!
Hong Kong has become a very familiar place to me. I’ve been there… I don’t even know how many times… COUNTLESS of TIMES, since the year 2006? Every time I go there, I grow more familiar to buildings and even how to use their train system… I know where to find good, reasonably priced food as well (which is awesome) and of course where to find cheap goods and more high-end goods as well
One of my “CHAMBA” ( lucky ) shots while walking down Nathan Road or something. With a little enhancement and the perfect sunset setting, this picture looks pretty epic.
This photo isn’t edited or anything but it’s pretty much the usual MRT situation: CROWDED. If you’re claustrophobic, this isn’t the means of transportation for you. Although at midnight, trains get pretty empty so you wouldn’t even be standing up anymore because most of the seats would be available.
So this is a picture of my outfit of the day I went to Disney Land. I’ve been here probably more than 3 x already but it is a place anyone can always come back to. There are new rides now with a Toys Story theme. Fun, must-try rides. 🙂 (Btw, my leggings came for F21, the scarf from a Christmas Bazaar in Baguio and the sweater in Hong Kong because sweaters were every where during this time of the year)
This is another outfit of the day photo. This was taken at a place called “TIME SQUARE”. The Time Square of Asia. What makes it called that is the giant clock on one of the buildings in this area.
This time was actually the first time I went to this “must see spot” in Hong Kong. It’s this extremely large Buddha situated on top of a mountain. You have to ride a cable cart to get here.
Every single time I go to Hong Kong, I have to get street food. Beside your hotel, you’d probably find a little street food stall or mini restaurant at some corner. What you get are those balls (I’m not exactly sure if they’re fish or squid) boiled and cooked in some broth. It doesn’t hurt trying the other stuff as well 😛 You add oyster sauce and chilli… plus buy cream soda in the nearest mini mart and BAM! Perfect midnight snack in Hong Kong. No joke. This is a MUST-TRY.
Hong Kong is definitely one of the more mainstream places in Asia people go to but it has to be one of my favorites. There’s just so much life in one city and I am all up for a busy metropolitan setting.