This is a continuation post about my Hong Kong Trip. For those who missed out my initial post, kindly click on the link below:
Second day in Hong Kong was quite relaxing as well. I organized the trip to be a slow and steady one whereby we don't have to rush and visit every tourist spot within a day.
Plus the weather in Hong Kong during September damn gila babi panas wei -____-
Every time we walked outside to look for a tourist attraction spot, we will ended up finding shopping malls instead just to get some cold air condition.
So as the end result, we spent most of our day in the shopping mall. What a waste.
Harbour City located at Tsim Sha Tsui
You can find numerous brands here such as Bottega Veneta, Balenciaga, Prada, Bvlgari, Balmain, Mulberry, Fendi, Hermes and some other brands that I have not even heard about (too atas/high class already).
We saw one medium size oval mirror which was quite prettily designed and we got a shocked of our lives when we saw the price tag. Guess what? Freaking 70,000HKD (about RM37k) for a mirror!
The moment I saw that, yes I know this place is not the kind of place that I should step into.
Next we went to Central which is also another super happening/high class area where you can see a lot of foreigners in a full suit.
Hunting for Hard Rock Cafe's collection as souvenirs.
The Hard Rock Cafe is located nearby Lan Kwai Fong, the popular place that you'll probably hear from most of Hong Kong dramas.
Had our lunch in KFC. Just take a look at the size of the chicken.
Fukin' disappointment man. Is that even a chicken? Looks like a sparrow to me.
Next stop was the Flower Market located at Prince Edward.
I really love this place. They have various types of flowers and plants sold and it is so beautiful.
The price for the flowers are quite reasonable too. They even have blue roses for sale.
Awwwww how nice would it be if that somebody bought me a bouquet of blue roses.
Our last stop was at MOKO mall. Yay air conditioner! Wee~
Dinner at Moko's food court.
Pepper Lunch for dinner.
We found this korean Green Tea Milk Spread. Nyummeh!
To be continued.....