Hong Kong Travel Diary


This is a Hong Kong photo diary post. I did mentioned a little Mongkok experienced on my previous post. As you know, I stayed at Langham Place Hotel. There's a exhibition inside the Langham Place Shopping Mall named ''Hello Kitty Back to 1960s''. If you're a fan of Hello Kitty and you love Hong Kong 1960s culture, then you definitely love it. Even though I'm not a Hello Kitty fan, I still want to snap pictures with these Hello Kitty. But there was a long queue to take picture with these kitty and display, so I snapped few pictures and I gave up the queue. The exhibition will last from July 26th to September 15th. If you planning to Hong Kong, you can visit the exhibition and it's FREE! I have never lived in Hong Kong, so I did research on internet and travel blogs. So far, every places we went we only took Hong Kong MRT. It's very convenient for us to went any tourist spots. I went to Causeway Bay, Tung Lo Wan, Tsim Sha Tsui, Yau Ma Tei, Jordon Street, Lantau Island and we took The Peak Tram to The Victoria Peak experienced the great view of the Victoria Harbour. This is my favorite part of the trip, also the queue is crazy! Well, I didn't snap much picture in Hong Kong, because the queue, the large crowd on street is difficult to snap beautiful pictures. Honestly, I'm not satisfy the pictures I snapped in Hong Kong, but I did snapped The Peak view and Victoria Harbour. 

There's no much pictures to shared with you guys, but I hope you guys enjoy it.  
More two weeks I will traveling in Hong Kong again.
See you soon, Hong Kong. 

Posted by Cherrie.L



  1. Those Hello Kitty are so cute!!! =]

  2. these hk photos were taken by which camera? cuz it looks amazing! :D

  3. Namo Amitabha, hi Duo Gigs, those Hello Kitty are very cute ^^. They even make Hello Kitty flour biscuits. A Preaching of SHAKYAMUNI BUDDHA you may want to know:

    Listened to Dharma but do not want to awake and cultivate is like a lamp put in front of a blind person

    Like a person lights a torch in front of a blind person, that blind person has no use of it. Like a mental illness person with no clothes on his (her) naked body goes for a walk without any shyness, even a person gives him clothes to wear, he also doesn't mind to take and wear those clothes.

    Likewise, dear Manava! Doubtful and ignorant people have opportunities to listen to Dharma preachings but do not want to awake and cultivate according to Dharma.

    Ddai Phap Cu Dharani (book 13), chapter Making offering to a Dharma Master.

    Sincerely, translator Tam Tinh.

    More previous Dharma will be added on my website www.NamoAmitabha.ws today.

    PS: Namo Amitabha, hi Pony, I sent you two emails a few hours ago. You have about two hours to decide to have the best opportunity of your life especially your spiritual life. Sincerely, Buddhist Sage Thich Huyen Quang


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