Let’s go to Hong Kong now shall we? =D Almost forgotten that I have many photos to share with you during my Hong Kong trip few months back. Hong Kong is indeed a lovely place that I wouldn’t feel bored after visiting for so many times. In this post, I will bring you to Central from North Point.
Central 中环 in Hong Kong is the CBD (Central Business District) and have various high rise office building and shopping malls too! And North Point 北角 was the place I stayed during my trip in Hong Kong. Hehe.
Because of cheap fare (HK$2 to everywhere) and want to sightseeing early in the morning, we took the tram connected straight to Central. It’s pretty nice to take the tram with cool weather out there and you can see the city slowly. It was around 10am and we wanted to go Central to “Yum Cha” which literally means drinking tea, but actually is to look for dim sum breakfast. I found out that there’s a very old and famous Hong Kong dim sum tea house.
After alighting the tram, we tried to look for the place to the dim sum tea house. No one of us actually been there before, we walked there with the guide of Google Maps. Luckily I’ve got a Hong Kong SIM card on my iPhone. =)
Central area is really pretty because of the huge office towers and old Hong Kong – British architecture. People in suits and OL walking everywhere, it’s really a busy place and I like it. =D
The morning Hong Kong is so pretty. I just couldn’t resist myself from pressing the camera shutter. I wanted to capture every bit of the place to keep in my photo album and share with you guys. The Hong Kong city is just so beautiful.
Hong Kong is too densely populated already. CBD is not really CBD, there’s still people living around that area, rich and poor; wet market and groceries store. You can see all walk of life at there too. The Hong Kong culture is really strong. People are walking everywhere, every alley, it’s people all the time and walking.
I wonder why construction site in Hong Kong are so pretty. They are so colourful that I want to take photos of them. Unlike the one at here are so dull and boring.
After 20 minutes of walking, we found the dim sum tea house, Lin Heung Lao 莲香楼. It’s just so crowded and there’s not even a spot to sit. We waited for 10 minutes and there’s no people moving out of their seat. The waiter told us that whenever some one get up, we must go to sit down, but then it’s just hardly get 4 people seats together. And in the end, we decided not to eat at there and eat at the opposite.
It’s so much better. =D