After breakfast, we went to the famous peak, but as you can see, it was so misty that we couldn't take any pictures, and it was freezing cold.
this picture is to show you the whole of hong kong! opps, nothing is there, because of the mist!
We decided times square area was not our type, we took the MRT and walk on to look for a place that was recommend for cheap stuff. Cheap stuff, we found but a little old fashioned. As we were looking for the exact street, we ran out of time. Wish we had more time, we wanted to find the exact street as it will lead to wholesale outlets for clothing. Aiyah!!
There we landed in the most famous and recommended area, ladies market. We were given two hours to spend on the street. We went up and down, and we didn't even stop to bargain, the things there was repetitive as all markets are, but I thought the clothing there was a little old fashion. As I have read, from other places, it was suppose to be a place where teenagers hang out. Quickly we went from top to bottom of the street, then we wanted to look for the next suggested street Fa Yuen Street, but was not able to find it, or found it similar to Ladies market. Was dissapointed! Went through all the shopping mall on Nathan road, the best for me was Mongkok Argyle Centre, why? because I bought something, haha!
after two hours, decided to eat dessert, as it was recommended by forumers. I chose the famous Hui Lau Shan. Yahoo! Dessert....
X.O raddish cake
My favourite, mango with tong yuen. Even when I back in my home country, I still have a craving for it ever so often. The mango that they use is fresh mango, that's why there are famous, i think they import it from Phillipines. Love it, mouthwatering dessert. Highly recommended, especially for those who have a spot for mango.
the food, wantan mee, vegetables, and beef noodles.
a close up pictures of the food
chee cheong fun with pork