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And finally.. this the second part of my winter trip to Hong Kong!

Day 4:

We started the day with me and him jogging around Victoria Road. Then our adventure began at Ngong Ping Village, Lantau Island. It was so exciting when we took cable car to reach the village, although some times I was terrified when the wind blew so hard on us and reached to see Big Buddha, Po Lin Monastery and we got our lunch at Abenezeer. After lunch, we went to Tsim Sha Tsui, another shopping spot in Hong Kong. We passed Kowloon Park to reach Harbour City, one of the biggest malls in HK. Then we jumped on Star Ferry to reach Central, anyway this ferry is highly recommended, it’s a great way to see the view of the city. In the afternoon, we took bus to get to the Peak. The journey is quite fascinating because we can see Hong Kong at night with its beautiful city lights.  We decided to go home by bus, after seeing many people was queuing at the line of Peak Tram.

Day 5:

We wandered around Mongkok and finally found Hui Lau Shan, the well-known dessert place in town. We shared mango dessert, and it tasted so delicious! Mango puree, mango slices, mango dices, mango ice cream – every single possible way of eating mango in a nice and chilled manner, they have it all covered. Yum yum!   Then go to the famous Ladies Market to buy souvenirs with bargained prices. At night, we saw Symphony of Light from Tsim Sha Tsui promenade. It was beautiful, as the famous skycrapers in Central performing a stunning light show. Glad we had our best position to see the view at that night. From the same promenade, we also visited the Avenue of Stars. Unfortunately, most of the hand prints are from Asian celebrities we barely knew anything about.

Day 6:

On the sixth day, we planned to see his office together in Central, but unlucky me.. I left my octopus card at the apartment, so we went back home before reaching Citibank Tower in Central. Then we decided to dedicate our time by hopping on a tram! Locally known as ‘ding ding’, the tram is one of the things you must try to see the real Hong Kong, all for HK$ 2! After wandering around the Hong Kong Island, We visited Hong Kong Park, Pacific Place and had our last dinner at Yoshinoya.

Day 7:

There was nothing much we can do because it was our last day in Hong Kong. After saying goodbye to Tin Hau, we took taxi from the apartment to HKIA in the morning. Had our breakfast at Burger King in the airport. It was such a rush time for us, because we spent so much time to buy chocolate until we forgot the actual time to check in. But then again.. We finally reach the plane on time. Back to Singapore and then Jakarta.

WHAT A HOLIDAY……. Love love love!