Friday, March 27, 2015

山顶 The Peak Hong Kong


Hooray!!! We've finally came to the most anticipated day of the week again!

Happy FLYYYYYYYYYYDAY, peeps! It feels oh so awesome to eventually get to write up a blog post in the most peaceful and relaxing evening.

The main difference between our previous and most recent trip to The Peak 山顶 is that we took a double-decker bus instead of a tram this time. Different experience and more cost-saving of course! Mum and everyone were freaking out throughout the entire ride up the hill, so steep and windy we thought our bus might not survive one of the sharp corners. But we did survive somehow =p

The Peak (山顶) Hong Kong
The most "interesting" photo of this post, in terms of the story behind it. One of the young boys (random tourist who passed by) actually knocked himself on the glass door for staring at me when I was posing for this shot. LOL with "Can't Take My Eyes off You" playing in the background. Oh boy, I'm sorry for bursting into laughter with everyone else around xD

The Peak (山顶) Hong Kong
In the city, you'll see Hong Kong double-decker tram aka "Ding Ding".

The Peak (山顶) Hong Kong
By the time we arrived it was already nightfall.

The Peak (山顶) Hong Kong
Peak Market. We bought some pretty interesting postcards and fridge magnets here.

The Peak (山顶) Hong Kong
Notice that guy behind us was looking at our camera as well.

The Peak (山顶) Hong Kong
With my beloved family ❤

The Peak (山顶) Hong Kong
At least the visibility is higher compared to last time. Gotta love Hong Kong's night views.

The Peak (山顶) Hong Kong
Dessert at "Hui Lau Shan" after dinner.

The Peak (山顶) Hong Kong
Why do they taste so much tastier in Hong Kong? Fruits are fresher, portion is bigger... 
Have a wonderful weekend everyone! =)

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