HEAR THE HONK IN HONG KONG

Commending the last trip that I made on 2018, I am writing back on my blog. Yes! thank you for whoever still reading this piece of nonsense of mine I really appreciate the thought. 

So Hong kong...
I have not been able to visit this country for a while. I used to come here a lot with my family back when we are still "a family", brings back lots of memories for sure. Secondly the reason behind that was, I got to spend the airlines ticket for free from my Singapore Airlines miles for three people! yippee for those wondering how someone like me could have such a hefty amount of mileage the answer is I do trading lol a small one and usually when you buy stock it comes with a reward so I pick this mileage as my reward. 

Anyhow, you all got to know that I spend a whole freaking week just to stay in HK and do nothing. Shop? not so much, unless you want to bring out tons of winter clothes back here in Jakarta where even my summer plant DIED IN HEAT. So no, I skipped on that well in the end I did bought some, for fun sake. 

Majority of my trips covered in laughter between us siblings, sharing meal (by means sharing we seriously did bought a triple mega ton of Potato Corner TM right out front of our hotel) also trying out new places to hang out and surviving Causeway Bay human wave. 

 
All hail potato!

Our very first destination is to visit no other than the happiest place on earth which is Disneyland!
Even up until now, I trembled in excitement whenever I heard someone bringing Theme park to the conversation. I am a thrill junkie! 

Once we touched down HK, the next thing we did was checked in into one of Disney resort called 
The Explorer (Not too sure what it's called tbh) but it was a luxury! all of us immediately rushed to bed early that night, getting pumped for Disney on the next day. 

Little did I know that HK Disney did add an extension to it's theme park and it's about Toy's Story. 
For me it totally hit up my thrill junkie point, they have a 180 degree coaster that goes back and forth. Oh boy, it sure is high my adrenaline was about to burst while riding it. 

We did spend the whole day at Disney, we even rode the Space mountain twice wasn't that packed I tell ya! I was beyond surprised that we did not have to use our priority pass from the hotel to ride anything that's usually jammed packed with people. Lucky son of the devil...


"A truly happy face"

Nothing to exciting after our amazing Disneyland adventure, we decided to stay in Hyatt Regency at Tsim Sha Tsui. Pretty convenient hotel since it's within a walking distant to the MTR, shopping district and even Star Avenue (which is currently under renovation) but we do enjoy it too much that we slept in at the hotel most of our journey. 

Just going to share few snaps I took in HK, and let me know what are your thoughts of Hong Kong!


From left: Claudia (my sister friend), Zahara, Salsa and I 


lol found this cool hidden place on the back alley at the peak, while waiting for 
normal Taxi to pass by


Lwidle swisteee


That was the second day at the peak.
Now move on to the third day, god sake I have a vague memory on what happen in HK. I can assure you it was 70% food binging and pushing people out of our way. 


Yes we do love our cute Yum-cha, will I ever come back again? absolutely not


My life is complete, that's what I thought.

Honestly I like HK people way better than Korean people (LOL SORRY CHINGGU I LOVE YOU).
Most of them speak english in quite a well manner also you can sense if someone being polite to you by their gesture and intonation. Of course I forgot to mentioned I did met my Besties back in College, they were Hongkies so it's natural for them to reside in HK now. 


Meet (from the left: Yvonne and Elise) thanks to them my gloomy days in UK is much
better.


We colour co-ordinate on that day lol! spend entire day in Mongkok end up buying  a quartet sweatshirt. 


The landmark of Mongkok is the market, ladies market, Jordan market, etc.
 Black market even... maybe?


Un-intentionally matched with the vending machine. 


Spending most of our time in this fashion mall called K-11 in Tsim Sha Tsui,
located in Hyatt Regency. Don't spend your dime here, too pricy whilst you could get cheaper in Mongkok or Causeway bay even. 


Meet my soulmate on the street in HK, maybe you'll find one too?
(JK HECK I DON NOE DIS GUY DOE)


BEST HOTPOT GEM I FOUND IN HK, if you're in Tsim Sha Tsui Area this is the place for a good, logical price hotpot with a maximum quality of food served. This located in Tsim Sha Tsui MTR exit N (If im not mistaken). It is right in front of our hotel and we always wonder why would someone with Ferrari or Porsche come here for food. The answer is, BECAUSE IT IS DELICIOUS. 


The sun set pretty a while, naisu time to take a shoot. 


My favourite area in Monkok, it is near by Yau Ma Tei MTR station. Lot's of Hypebeast gem around here. Of course... with quite a price too. 

That's it! Completed the whole set of Hongkong journal, I did not have any other place I visit lol oh except for Causeway bay but you all already know the drill. Go to Times Square if you just won a lottery in Macau, Go to Laforet or Island shopping mall for Kawaii stuff and go to Fashion walk for some Fashion Fuckery stuff talking about Off-white, Heron Preston, Commes des Garcons etc. 

Now wait for the next adventure!  




















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