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My last day in Hong Kong was pretty easy-going yet it was the best part of this trip. Because I had such a great time exploring the beauty of Hong Kong’s culture as well as some masterpieces of their architecture ON THE TRAM, also locally known as ‘Ding Ding‘!
Excited of course… It was my first time taking a tram ride even though this was not my first time to Hong Kong. I felt like a local!
These pictures tell a thousand words.
Spent around half an hour on the tram then headed to Stanley Market road, located on the south coast of Hong Kong Island.
For sight seeing and a bit of shopping.
Had this delicious chocolate cake at Stanley Plaza before I went back to the hotel.
Then Teochew cuisine for dinner.
I honestly have to say that I’m not really into Cantonese or Teochew food though.
But I really loved this dish, Cold crabs.
And this is where I had one of the best desserts ever!!!
Really miss the taste of it.
ps.- I’m going to miss you loads, Hong Kong.
I have so many reasons why I’m still in love with Hong Kong ever since my first time there.
This cosmopolitan city is a paradise where I can experience great views from the mountains, chilling off the coast, admiring the beauty of architecture, enjoying a few Cantonese dishes (I’m not a big fan) and a lot of random street snacks, and of course shopping!
It was a short trip, 3 days and 2 nights. Good time has began during the departure because it was a great flight. No crying babies, naughty active kids and loud talkers. This sort of thing doesn’t happen everyday.
Oh yes. The meal was delicious.
4 hours plus from Singapore to Hong Kong and another half an hour from airport to The Ritz Carlton.
The Ritz Carlton is located on top of Hong Kong’s tallest building (488 meter tall) where you can get the best panoramic views of the whole city.
Day time view from my hotel room.
Breathtaking night view from the lounge.
And the next day was all about SHOPPING! (Thank you for awesome weather at about 18-20°C too) First location was Causeway Bay, one of Hong Kong’s major shopping districts.
Then to Ladies Street. (similar to Bugis street in Singapore)
A lot of cheap and funky stuffs. However, most of the shops sell similar things.
Would you buy this underwear for your friend or boyfriend? I wonder who created this.
Last place, Mongkok. It was my most favourite shopping spot so far.
And also one of most crowded place.
I happily spent on these things like H&M clothing and accessories.
Cosmetics from SASA, much bigger and better than the Singapore ones.
Shopping was really fun but the best part of this trip was something else…
Share with you more about it in Part 2.