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Friday, April 23, 2010

Hong Kong trip - Day 2

Woke up early for some make up! LOL

2nd day, we woke up 7am, taking MTR from Price Edward to Yau Ma Tei for breakfast.


Reached Yau Ma Tei, we walked and walked to find the famous Mido Cafe, recommended by guide books and also online bloggers. We walked passes Temple Street before we found Mido Cafe. Only when we found the Mido Cafe that we were told that the shop will open by 9.30am, which is an hour away, so we dropped that idea and went to the nearby restaurant - Garden Restaurant for dim sum.

One of the mahjoong shop at Temple Street

The famous Mido Cafe

The adverts of Garden Restaurant

Hubby studying the map

Check out the dim sum! All of them are made with big big prawn not small ones compared to ours!

Right after the sumptuous breakfast, we again walking to MTR, riding to Tung Chung toward the next destination - Ngong Ping 360 for cable car to Ngong Ping Market and Giant Buddha.

Within MTR

Ngong Ping 360 cable car

View from cable car, can you see the Giant Buddha?

Somebody is on jungle treking beneath our cable car!

Reached Ngong Ping Market

Begin our climb to the Giant Buddha

Following that, we returned to Tung Chung Station via the same cable car. We took lunch at McDonald's in the Citygate Outlets - a huge shopping mall consist of many branded outlet!

The Citygate Outlets

I love this Grill Chicken Burger, it's yummy! Too bad, we didn't have it here in Malaysia!

The only outlet we are able to grab something!

Well, done shopping. We ride on the MTR back to the city - Causeway Bay. Causeway Bay is a place where shopping malls are selling branded stuff which aren't meant for us (me) to buy. LOL!

Fashion Walk

Street in Causeway Bay

I caught the place where Ikea located!

Before we departed to Hong Kong, I've done a lot of research. According to my research, that's a shop called 许留山, famous for desserts. We found a branch near Causeway Bay, went in and try. But may be our Malaysian taste is different, we al found that our dessert in Malaysia is way more delicious!


It's dawn when we finished walking at Causeway Bay, so we took MTR to Tsim Sha Tsui to the Avenue of Star.
Nathan Road

Avenue of Star

It's end of the day again, we went back to the hotel, took a simple dinner at the shopping mall next to the hotel and went back to rest.

1 comment:

wenn said...

ya, i love the HK tim sum when i was there!