It was raining when we arrived. We arrived in the noon time but the weather gave me the feeling as if it's going to be evening soon. It was gloomy, cloudy and wet. I did see nothing besides the raindrops. Oh yes, plus the highway and mountains and sea. -_-
And here is our hotel: Metropark Mongkok hotel.
Got into the hotel, unpacked the luggage, rested for 10 minutes, quickly washed up and we headed out the streets to look for....foods. We were all like hungry ghosts as from 7am til 3pm, this was considered our first main meal of the day.
also what shopping mall I was standing there. Can someone tell me what shopping mall is that? This shopping mall is huge plus with many shop houses along the street.
like this. There was so crowded that time (6pm) and each of us decided to go on our own, shopped our own and we gathered at 7pm to go back the hotel. Plan never worked and you know why.
Look at how busy the street at night. It seems Hongkong never sleep. Day and night, it's crowded every where. People seem always busy here, rushing there and I don't know where they are rushing to. Lan Kwai Foong indeed is very much like Clarke Quay in Singapore. A huge place for shopping, restaurants and bar on top of the hill. You gotta just walk upward the hill and the higher you go, the busier it seems. I arrived LKF very much earlier than others and I was too hungry, so I gotta nom nom first.
Century eggs. My Godness, the century eggs here tasted so much nicer and better than all century eggs I've ever tried before. How could it be possible?
even the fried beef with celery, it's so much different than the one in Singapore. Why like that? What is their tip? Why Hongkong foods are so damn nice??? At that point of time, I wish I could stay up there for another week just to try all different types of foods in Hongkong, I'm serious.