Hong Kong Day 8 + Day 9// took a morning stroll at Victoria Park, gobbled up Hong Kong style French toast again back at Kings cafe for breakfast and wonton noodles for lunch. We mustered the strength to hike up Dragons Back 🐉 to soak in the view from above. After, we treated ourselves to more soufflé pancakes from flippers japan. We kept on theme for dinner and wolfed down some wagyu at Firebird. The next morning we got a traditional century egg congee for breakfast and headed off to the airport ✈️ #explorehongkong
Hong Kong Day 7 // Hong Kong French Toast at Kings Cafe, haggling for novelty socks on the streets, devoured delicious deep fried pork chop in rice at 炊豕店. Went back to 幸福堂 for some boba to refuel ourselves for an afternoon of killing zombies at @vrarenacwb. We finished the night strong with hot pot for dinner!
Hong Kong Day 6 // Finally got the spicy peanut noodles I’ve been craving from @crystaljadehk , then headed over to @hohungkee for a Michelin rated wonton noodles soup. For dessert, we got a couple of steamed milk from a street vendor along with some fish balls and egg puffs. We spent the rest of the day shopping in causeway bay and then ate baked pork chop rice for dinner at dragon city cafe. Our last night together as a big group was spent sipping on cocktails, overlooking the city at Ozone (the highest bar in the world on the ...
Hong Kong Day 5 // Breakfast at Kis Roasted goose, an hour long taxi ride to Ngong ping and experienced an out of this world 25 min crystal glass bottom cable car ride. Found enlightenment at the Big Buddha and the wisdom trail. Dim sum dinner at @yumchahk and then late night supper at Tamjai. #explorehongkong
Hong Kong Day 4 & Macau Day 1 // The day kicked off with fresh cha siew buns from Tim Ho Wan , and then off to the ferry terminals we go for Macau. There we compare the Portuguese egg tart from Margaret’s cafe e Nata vs Lord Stov’s bakery and cafe, a former husband and wife duo! After, we made a pit stop at Sei Kee Cafe for pork chop bun and charcoal milk tea while exploring the UNESCO buildings of Macau which includes the Ruins of St Paul. Finally we tried out luck in the casinos and headed ...
Hong Kong Day 3 // Fought for our dim sum at Lin Heung T House and then explored the backstreets of Central along with the former prison turned museums, Tai Kwun. Enjoyed a delectable Green Tea Mille Cake at @ladymhk, had a solo dinner at @ichiran.hk and then partied the night away at Kevin’s surprise birthday party with @chalk_party. Finished the night off by singing our lungs out at @redmrhk #explorehongkong
Hong Kong Day 3 // Pineapple bun, coriander and century egg at Mrs Tang Cafe in the morning. Popped over to Kowloon, had fluffy soufflé pancakes at @pandepain and haggled for bargains at the Ladies Market. Experimented with street food and saw the skyline at night from The Peak. #explorehongkong