Where to stay in Hong Kong? Hotels and Hostels The first time I was in Hong, I stayed in Tsim Sha Tsui. I found it very touristy and not at all as I had expected Hong Kong to be, and after my one week stay, I was quite certain, Continue Reading Plane spotting in Hong Kong Poul arrived in Hong Kong one day later than I did, so I decided to go out to the airport and take a photo of him, when he landed. It was very windy and rainy that day, so it was Continue Reading Hong Kong: 3-course lunch at Madame Ching Best lunch we had in Hong Kong? That must be the lunch at Madame Ching! Madame Ching is located on Star Street which is a small but trendy street located uphill from Queens Road. You will not see a lot Continue Reading Hong Kong: My new haircut at Leighton 23 in Causeway Bay It’s been almost a year since my last haircut, so when I saw this street lined with hair salons in Causeway Bay, I decided that now was the time. But the salons all offered the same services at the same Continue Reading Hong Kong style breakfast at Cross Cafe Nearby the hotel in Hong Kong was a really nice cafe, Cross Cafe.
I went there for breakfast and had a set menu with macaroni soup with ham (or
spam), toast and scrambled eggs. Macaroni soup is a popular Hong Kong breakfast
dish, Continue Reading Hong Kong: A Mini Hotel instead of a capsule I had booked a night in a capsule hotel in Causeway Bay, but
there was a wine store at the address where the hotel was supposed to be. I
went inside to ask the staff, but none of them knew anything about Continue Reading Hong Kong: Crystal Jade - My after-flight routine When I arrived in Hong Kong in was raining cats and dogs, so before taking the train to the city, I stopped by Crystal Jade in the airport for some Dan-Dan La Mian (Chinese noodles in peanut broth) and xiao Continue Reading Hong Kong: Deluxe Daieiki Japanese Restaurant There are certain things in life I just cannot say no to, and all-you-can-eat sushi is one of them. If you feel the same way, then you have to visit Deluxe Daieiki in Hong Kong. It may not be the Continue Reading Hong Kong: Peking Duck at Spring Deer [vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] One night, Poul and I were craving Peking duck and I remembered reading about Spring Deer, which was in Tsim Sha Tsui, not far from our hotel. Spring Deer is located in an old, worn building, and from the street, Continue Reading Hong Kong Airport: Crystal Jade - La Mian for the early bird [vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]On the plane to Hong Kong, I was sitting next to a lady from Hong Kong. She was traveling with her family, and she told me, that they were on their way to a skiing resort outside Seoul. They used Continue Reading