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Friday, February 21, 2014

Hong Kong: Victoria Peak - City View At Its Finest

"Perhaps next time, I'll bring a thicker jacket...", the words my mind uttered when I visited the Victoria Peak in Hong Kong. Coming from a tropical country where the lowest average temperature ranges from 18 to 20 degrees Celsius, the chilling winds at The Peak surely went into my nerves!

Victoria Peak Hong Kong

Victoria Peak is one of the most popular tourist destination in Hong Kong and that was definitely reflected by the flock of tourists visiting the place regardless of the time of the day. Well I guess the thought in most visitors' mind when visiting The Peak is that the more the night gets deeper, the better the view of the city skyline.

Monday, February 10, 2014

Hong Kong: Avenue Of Stars - Getting Closer With The Stars

Bruce Lee, Jackie Chan, Chow Yun-Fat!

Name as many Hong Kong actors as you can and you may just be more envious with me as it was a great feeling being closer with these stars for a minute of my life - Or should I fittingly say, closer with their "stars" featured at the Avenue Of Stars in Hong Kong.

Avenue of The Stars in Hong Kong
Avenue Of The Stars

It was an overwhelming feeling of mixed excitement and curiousness when I visited the Avenue of Stars in Tsim Sha Tsui area or popularly known for its acronym "TST". I may not have met in person my favorite HK stars, but at least I got hold of their commemorative stars and took some souvenir photos that will definitely be a good and lasting remembrance!

Sunday, February 02, 2014

Hong Kong: Food Walk In Mongkok

Never missing out the country's local dishes and cuisines is always on my to-do list as I believe that I can learn more about the local culture and tradition through what it can offer on the table, literally, and gastronomic satisfaction is actually what I always desire when traveling :)

Mongkok Food Trip in Hong Kong
Food Trip at its best!

Hong Kong, a melting pot of Chinese heritage, I must say is full of both delicious foods and weird-looking but mouth-tasting delicacies. Mongkok, a popular place for food tripping, was the top suggestion I gathered among my Cantonese-speaking friends. A variety of selections from stinky tofu, fried squid, soup made up of internal organs, authentic milk tea, etc., are just teasers of what to expect and taste.



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