Any one know how to get ride of lazy bug??? It just won’t leave me alone…. heee!!! Figured out it’s just cruel to abandon what I’ve created, so here you go🙂
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Didn’t really do much on this day. Initial plan was to visit Ngong Ping 360 and then CityGate outlet but exploring Disneyland the day before just killed all my energy. So postponed it to the last day which proved wrong because it was raining whole day!!!!!😦
Back to day 4, thought of shopping in Central so we went for lunch at Lan Fong Yuen.
Got lost on the way that we kept going back to Central station to look for Gage street in their map. Finally found it – it was towards the end of Wellington street. Its opposite 7-eleven under the pedestrian bridge.
Ice lemon tea and the smooth “xi mat nai cha” to quench our thirst.
Blame me… for procrastinating. I forgot the name and price and I didn’t snap the menu😦 but I assure you this is the best noodle I had in Hong Kong albeit a lil cold as we were seated right below the air-con. Were freezing actually…
but no choice…. you know how crowded it can get especially during lunch time on a weekday….
Address: 2, Gage Street, Central
Business hours: Mon – Sat 7am to 6pm
Strolled around Central after lunch and then to H&M….
Dinner was at Ho Hung Kee restaurant, nearby Times Square
He ordered the Sliced Beef Fried Rice Noodles that is said to be less oily but in actual fact, it’s pretty oily… hmmm~
Wonton noodles with prawn roe was pretty decent.
Address: 2 Sharp Street East, Causeway Bay
Business hours: 11:30am – 11pm
Right after dinner, we took the MTR to Tsim Tsa Tsui station to Avenue of Star for the Symphony of Lights display that will start at 8pm daily. It’s quite a walking distance from the station, around 10 to 15min. There’s signboard along the way, so don’t worry. You wont get lost.
By the time we got there, it was already packed with people gathering along the waterfront for the show.
Managed to squeeze through and when the clock strikes 8pm…….. the music and lights begins
It was super cold that night we could hardly enjoy. The wind was super strong.
Ending the day with Mango dessert from Hui Lau Shan. You should really try this…
It was so yummy!!!
Time for a good rest.. Needed more energy for next day….
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