How are you guys?☺️ It’s been a while.
I am finally back and definitely will be posting different crafts again. My post/posts will be the continuation about my trip in HK last december 2017!! Long overdue right?😂😆
Here is a (an almost) detailed iterinary of our Hong Kong trip.I also made a collage /photo collages of our activities. 🤗😌
Most of the attractions in TST were only minutes away from our location.I was expecting much about the Symphony of Lights (I didn’t watch/read comments about it before coming to HK) but it was not that interesting.,(my opinion) 🤣 However, the wall show near the clock tower was fantastic. It shows a fable? or a short story showing a dragon ,a forest and a boy. Perhaps it depicts about Hong Kong’s history/origin..( They said it is only shown during Christmas season!! We were lucky!!)Check the photo below 😁
Oh, I forgot to mention about the weather. 😂 The temperature was around 13 degrees!! My fingers started to get numb because of the gust of wind. It made the weather much colder ( although I love cool weather) ,my ootd’s were not ready for it. 😂😜
I tell you, one day in Disney isn’t enough! ☹️ Although I have experienced disney parade in Tokyo Disneyland I really wished I had watched it again in HK but we needed to prioritize the rides and shows. 😂
Truly a magical place on Earth!! I’m so in love with Disney
TIP: make sure to get Fast Pass. There is wifi in some areas.Check the Disney map so it’s easy to locate the different attractions and shows.
Our 3rd day were all about Hong Kong’s history and two of the famous parks in Kowloon area. I was very amazed with the Heritage and Discovery Centre. This centre traces Hong Kong’s cultural and historical roots through very impressive galleries and photographs,displays of artifacts, interactive medias and videos.
We walked around Kowloon Park and found the Comic street where several life-size versions of comic characters can be seen,mostly Asian.
The collages below were taken from Nan Lian Garden. Captivating isn’t it?
NOTE: No entrance fee for the three mentioned attractions.
The Tian Tian Big Buddha in Lantau Island is a must when in Hong Kong. We opted to take the Bus 23,although a cable car is available. The cold air greeted me as soon as I got off the bus. To get to the Buddha we climbed about 250?260? steps!! But once we reached the top, we were overwhelmed with the scenery around us.
NOTE: Bring food and water with you.
The highlights for our last day are : The Victoria Peak and The Hong Kong Botanical and Zoological Garden.
I really made sure that our departure was at night so we could still explore places with the ample time. I met my housemate who works in HK and she accompanied us to the Peak. We took a bus and alas!! Hello Victoria!!
What I really wanted to see in this Botanical Garden was the pink Flamingo!! Yes!! My eyes glittered with delight and savoured the moment to admire them. 👏🏼😍There are many other animals and types of plant species. 🐒🐢🦃🐕🐿🌹🌸🌼🌺
Before we left, we had lunch downtown and bought some chocolates 🍫 😜🤪( much cheaper!!)We took the train to Tung Chung and then bus to the airport.
That was an amazing experience!! My first DIY trip outside the Philippines was an amazing one!! 😇🤗
How was your Hong Kong trip? 😊
~~ Ciao 💋