Seems like I’m pretty much an ‘asian’ traveller for most of my trips in recent years. Looking back at my travelogue history, this trip marks my 4th trip in 6 years. Well, the reason why I’m visiting Hong Kong (again) was because of the super cheap Black Friday ticket sales that we bought via Cathay Pacific
It has been two years since my last visit to Hong Kong (Apr 2014) and 3rd trip in 4 years! I feel pretty comfortable in Hong Kong and the best part of my third trip is that.. it only gets cheaper. Hong Kong Flights The best part of my trip? It was my flight experience.
It’s been 2 years since my last visit to Hong Kong (Click to read my Part 1 entry back in 2014) and I’m glad that the travel buddies (plus the ones I met) were the #willtravelforfood type. Throughout this entire 4 days, I did not explore any tourist attractions (expect for climbing up Signal Hill in
Hong Kong wasn’t in my list for this year’s vacation plan but life is dynamic and things change all the time. As a result, i hastily decided on this super random trip! Well, I was tempted to accompany my friend for her business trip (to get free accommodation for 2 nights) and to visit my friends
Sham Shui Po When I visit a country, I would hope to visit a local neighbourhood to check out how locals live. On the first day of my self-exploration, I chose to visit Sham Shui Po, located northwest of Kowloon Peninsular. Well, it wasn’t exactly a 0% touristy place as there were places like Apliu
There are many islands in Hong Kong and some islands, like Lantau Island, are more popular than the rest. Most people visit Lantau Island, where the airport is located to take the cable car to see the Big Buddha and to visit the factory outlets at Citygate Mall. Last year, I went on a full-day
For this trip, I did a lot of research on the food places and here’s a full entry solely on FEASTING IN HONG KONG 😀 Day 1, Breakfast @ 新香園 (堅記) Sun Hang Yuen Address: G/F, 38 Kweilin Street, Sham Shui Po 深水埗桂林街38號A地下 Nearest MTR: Sam Shui Po
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