I love Hong Kong. The first thing that comes to mind, well, to most people, is usually Dim Sum. I’m not any different, given that I don’t spend much of my travel allowances on shopping for big items. The second thing that comes to my mind is the ever so busy streets. Everywhere you can see people labouring about, be it working/shopping/travelling. Maybe it’s how the streets are organised(narrow/tiny), or maybe people in Hong Kong are really always that busy. Anyhow, I’ve been to Hong Kong twice, and here are some of my favourite visuals.

In Hong Kong, you cannot leave without having authentic dimsum. Not forgetting, the amazing, fatty, juicy roast meats! Char siew, roast goose,   roast chicken… I’ll let the visuals do the talking.



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Street food is everywhere, so you won’t have to worry about being hungry while out about shopping! My favourite street foods is Eggette, also known as gai dan jai(in cantonese). This is absolutely amazing especially in the cold weather! Next is curry fish balls and smelly tofu which should be familiar to most people. You also wouldn’t go wrong with any of those sticks of food you see piping hot on top of grills

Not forgetting, WANTON MEE! I can still remember how springy the noodles were. Yum.

There is this famous claypot rice located at 45 Temple Street. It tastes pretty different than what we get in Singapore. Plus, their Oyster omelette is also prepared rather differently (Deep fried and crispy, instead of soggy and wet). The messy ambience kind of makes dining pretty interesting too!



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More visuals of the streets.



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