High Tea at HK Disneyland

One of the most beautiful high-teas I’ve ever had in my life…  is at Main Street Corner Cafe in Hong Kong Disneyland. Looks good, tastes good and feels good.  

Hong Kong – Part 5: Ocean Park

Okay, this will be my very last blog post about our recent HK trip. And it’s gonna be a long one too. Hee! It’s Day 4 of our trip. We planned to visit the famous Ocean Park before we returned to Singapore the next week. The weather was not too promising in the morning – light rain, moderately windy and the temperature dropped to about 12 deg C. It was…

Hong Kong – Part 4: Mongkok Ladies Market

I’ve heard of Mongkok many times in those Cantonese dramas that I watched since young. In Cantonese, Mongkok means “busy corner”. It’s one of Hong Kong’s liveliest districts, full of shops, street side stalls, people as well as the famous Mongkok Ladies Market. Perhaps, the biggest mistake in my Hong Kong itinerary is to visit this place on a Saturday evening. The crowd was too overwhelming! Worst than Christmas eve…

Hong Kong – Part 3: The Peak

It’s Day 3! Our plan is to visit Hong Kong’s most famous scenic spot – The Peak! To get to The Peak, we took the Peak Tram which is one of the world’s oldest and most famous funicular railways. The Peak Tram station is about 10 to 15 minutes walk from MTR Central Station. Given the cool windy weather, it felt so good to walk outdoor. Unlike Singapore, it will…

Hong Kong – Part 2: Ngong Ping 360

On Day 2 of our trip, we visited Ngong Ping 360 – one of Hong Kong’s must see attractions in Lantau Island. We took a taxi from Tung Chung and it cost us HK$160 (~SGD26) for a 40 minutes ride. People often say that no trip to Hong Kong would be complete without a visit to the Giant Buddha. Being a Buddhist, this place has been highlighted as a “must-go”…