Been visiting Disneyland quite a bit these days since it's at my backyard literally. The way to go about it is to get the magic access (year ticket) which costs a mere HK$650 if you are available … more
The venice of Hong Kong. This is on Lantau Island and here you go back in time to where the locals live on stilt homes (300 of them) that have been in Hong Kong for 200 years. Photographers come here … more
Sharrie posted a Quick Tip about Noah's Ark.
October 29, 2011
Ocean Park has changed quite a bit since my last visit a few years ago. Now, it's filled with lots of rides and more interestingly animals and creatures from all over the world. Red-eyed frogs, blue … more
Touted to serve the best Peking duck in Hong Kong, the outlet to go for is in Alexander House. There is also one in Pacific Place which is more accessible, imho. It's been awhile since I last visit … more
Sharrie posted a Quick Tip about Hot Pot.
May 02, 2011
In Beijing, the most popular hot pot is none other than Shua Yang Rou (刷羊肉), i.e., dipping slices of lamb into the hot pot. Typically, everyone gets his/her own small pot and tada, all you have to do … more
Hong Kong Disneyland opened its doors to visitors about 5 years ago and has seen increasing number of visitors ever since, largely from the Mainland China. I've been to all the Disneylands in the … more
Popularly known as The Peak, Victoria Peak offers the best bird's eye view of Hong Kong in the day as well as night. A ride up to the Peak on the Tram is a neat experience. The Peak is best in the night. … more