Vibrant Hong Kong

Tripoto
10th Sep 2013
Photo of Vibrant Hong Kong by Sharon Phang

street performance

Photo of Vibrant Hong Kong by Sharon Phang

Long queue

Photo of Vibrant Hong Kong by Sharon Phang

Look at the queue!

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Full House

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Hongkees typical breakfast

Photo of Vibrant Hong Kong by Sharon Phang
Photo of Vibrant Hong Kong by Sharon Phang
Photo of Vibrant Hong Kong by Sharon Phang
Photo of Vibrant Hong Kong by Sharon Phang
Photo of Vibrant Hong Kong by Sharon Phang
Photo of Vibrant Hong Kong by Sharon Phang
Photo of Vibrant Hong Kong by Sharon Phang
Photo of Vibrant Hong Kong by Sharon Phang
Photo of Vibrant Hong Kong by Sharon Phang

Wax figures

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Wax figure of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt

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The Peak

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The highest place at Hong Kong

Photo of Vibrant Hong Kong by Sharon Phang

Night view

Photo of Vibrant Hong Kong by Sharon Phang
Very clean hotel with spacious room! Located at town area which has convenient access to the metro.
Try the typical breakfast of Hong Kong people! Simple yet fulfilling. Australian Dairy Company (澳洲牛奶公司) has been one of the well-known cafe in Hong Kong for its Scrambled Eggs and Steamed Egg White Pudding with Milk. A trip to Hong Kong would be considered incomplete without paying a visit to this cafe. The queue was still bearable as it was cleared pretty fast considered that we were seated within 15 mins although we had more than 20 people lined up before us.
Photo of Australia Dairy Company, Hong Kong by Sharon Phang
Photo of Australia Dairy Company, Hong Kong by Sharon Phang
Photo of Australia Dairy Company, Hong Kong by Sharon Phang
Photo of Australia Dairy Company, Hong Kong by Sharon Phang
I wanted to visit Disneyland Hong Kong at the first place. You see, I have a dream of visiting ALL the Disneyworlds. We hesitated for quite some time when we were planning the trip. But at last I was talked over by my friend who said that Disneyland Hong Kong is much smaller than expected and if I have visited Disneyland Tokyo before then this shouldn't be an option for me. Which is why we ended up in Ocean Park =)
Photo of Ocean Park, Hong Kong by Sharon Phang
Photo of Ocean Park, Hong Kong by Sharon Phang
Photo of Ocean Park, Hong Kong by Sharon Phang
Photo of Ocean Park, Hong Kong by Sharon Phang
Photo of Ocean Park, Hong Kong by Sharon Phang
Photo of Ocean Park, Hong Kong by Sharon Phang
A few walks and a little shopping in the city after our brunch and we headed for late lunch before going to The Peak for Madame Tussauds wax museum. This place is packed with people and non stop queue. *Tips : To minimise your waiting time to get up The Peak, purchase the Madame Tussauds and tram ticket online! If I'm not mistaken, there are even discount for online purchase.
Photo of Madame Tussauds Hong Kong, Hong Kong by Sharon Phang
Photo of Madame Tussauds Hong Kong, Hong Kong by Sharon Phang
Photo of The Peak, Hong Kong by Sharon Phang
Photo of The Peak, Hong Kong by Sharon Phang
Photo of The Peak, Hong Kong by Sharon Phang
I did my little "research" about Yung Kee Restaurant before writing this post and I must say that I was pretty disappointed to have missed out their signature dish--the Roast Goose. But on the bright side, I have showed mercy on my purse for not having them because the foods shown above in small portion have already cost us around HKG200. I'm pretty glad that I visited this place. The foods were awesome especially the Lau Sar Pau (Salted Egg Custard Bun). I've never tasted anything like this and I like how the fillings flowed into my mouth so smoothly without any obstacle. Seriously this is the best Lau Sar Pau EVER. The Mango Glutinous Rice Ball was nice too. Very fresh and not over-sweet.
Photo of Yung Kee Restaurant, Central, Hong Kong by Sharon Phang
Photo of Yung Kee Restaurant, Central, Hong Kong by Sharon Phang
Photo of Yung Kee Restaurant, Central, Hong Kong by Sharon Phang
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