Woke up early on Day 3 to hit Macau!! Macau, Heaven to Portuguese egg tarts and Casinos!! :D
Kicked off the morning with OOTD right outside our hotel! I love the name of the road, Hollywood! :D
As we couldn't confirm what time we would be coming back, we didn't get the return tickets. We checked that there is no difference in price even if you get return tickets together. The tickets are still 185HKG ($30)/ pax/ way.
Arrived an hour later first stop was lunch and visiting some touristy sites like St. Paul's Ruins and Macau Tower!
All the Christmasy decos!!
In front of St. Paul's ruins! The weather was so good that day, the sky's so beautifully blue!!
With the best friend!! (:
Favorite Portuguese tarts got to be from Koi Kei!!
Piping hot egg tarts!!! 1 for 8 HKG (S$1.30), they are soooo good that I can eat a few of these and not get sick of them! Every time I take a bite, I wish I could take some home but they wouldn't be yummy anymore ):
Random Pork Bun stall cause we were hungry and haven't found a place to settle lunch!
This huge pork bun (really huge pork meat!!!) is 25 HKG (S$4), and it's very good too! (:
Lunch at this stall cause there's the noodles that she wanted to eat and the place was very clean!
And boy! They have A LOT of food that you can choose from!!
Te Zhi Ma Jiao Yu (Special seasoned Mackerel)
Abalone Porridge!! Slurps!! :D :D
Xia Zhi Lao Mian (Prawn noodles0
Zhao Pai Ji Bao Chi (Signature claypot chicken sharksfin)
Super fatty pork cheek which I had trouble with, too much fats :X
Very generous portion of hashima!!
and here's our lunch!! (:
Lunch worked out to 740 HKG (S$120), and it was sure very satisfying!! S$120 for abalone, sharkskin, fish, hashima is very cheap isn't it? Would go back for the abalone porridge and prawn noodles! (:
Back to being a tourist and took a cab down to Macau Tower!! Heard and watched so much about Macau Tower because of Running Man when Jihyo jumped down 223m! To the observation decks, tickets are at 135 HKG (S$22) per pax.
The World's Highest Bungy Jump at Macau Tower will take its guests on a free fall at a speed of up to 200km/h for the ultimate extreme journey! Plunging from a platform 233m high, challengers will experience a 4-5 second freefall before stretching the 50 meter bungy cord nearly four times its unloaded length and rebounding at approximately 30 meters above the ground.
Using a guide cable system, bungy jumpers will be able to safely experience a few rebounds before slowly landing onto a specially designed airbag.
It was a little hazy that afternoon from up above so the pictures weren't very well taken but nevertheless, the view was breathtaking.
Some brave guy about to leap off!
There's some transparent glass floors on the Macau Tower for guests to have a feel of how high above you are!! It's pretty scary to just stand above the floor I tell you! I'm such a scaredy cat! :X
Went a little higher up to where the brave souls are doing their bungy jumps, sky walks.
All the brave guys and girls!!
Ended Macau trip with some gambling at Galaxy's Casino!
Went back to the hotel to wash up and change to another set of clothes for the evening. This happens when you are vain and can't decide which clothes to pack in the luggage and brought way too many! :P
Outfit for the evening to Mongkok was Hollyhoque's Tender Love and Care Cardigan and Monochrome Skater Skirt! This skirt is actually a 2-pc set, comes with matching tank top!
First stop at Mongkok has to be my favorite cold noodles stall at Argyle Centre!!!
Bai Wei! Always long queue!!
My only order of 2 servings of corn, cucumber and spiral macaroni!!
Me is a happy girl!! :D
Walked around Ladies Market to find a place for dinner. No particular cuisine and place in mind so we were just aimlessly walking around for a place that caught our eye.
Decided to go with the crowd, this claypot restaurant had a long queue of locals and tourists so that's the place we got to be. We waited for about 15 minutes for a table and another 20 mins for our food cause claypots take a longer time.
Kitchen is outside LOL!
A LOT of different claypot flavors to choose from!
Chicken claypot with mushrooms, salted egg and vegetables!
Claypot with sausage and vegetables!
Tough to take a picture because it was piping hot, here are my helpers for my pictures this trip :P
Super yummy taiwan sausage!!!!
Heavenly Roasted Pork!!!!!
When in Hong Kong, must eat their soy chicken cause it's so tender and juicy!
Our sumptuous dinner was only 338 HKG (S$55). MUST GO BACK WHEN I'M IN HONG KONG!!
Back on the streets for some shopping and roadside snacking! :D
Kadson heard a lot about this coconut with milk drink and wanted to give this a try! The queue was really really long!!
Pictures of TVB celebs at the stall!!
If you were wondering, a bottle like this is 22 HKG (S$3.50).
and more lok lok!
My favorite 老婆餅 (Lao Po Bing, Wife cakes) brand in Hong Kong! Hang Heung Cake Shop 老婆餅 comes in traditional red boxes with a pink raffia string tie! Unlike the rest of the wife cakes in Hong Kong, this is made fresh without preservatives so it can only last for about 5 days. You can image how soft each mouth is and literally melts in the mouth!!
Got a small piece to share and will be back here on the last day to buy some home for my parents and grandparents! Hang Heung Cake Shop has quite a few branches in Hong Kong now, you can easily google for the outlet nearest to you if you are a fan! (:
With En and only to find the guy behind us smiling in our shot when I was doing this post! HAHA!
En wanted to shop H&M cause she heard it's very cheap in Hong Kong so we were at Langham Place! My favorite hotel in Hong Kong is also Langham Place Hotel cause it's so convenient, located right above the huge shopping mall!
Langham Place was beautifully decorated for Christmas too!! Sanrio-themed!!!! (:
You had to queue to have your pictures taken at the Sanrio corners and everyone was orderly queuing for their turn to take a picture! I wasn't ready to queue so I just went to the ones that had no queues :P
With Keroppi and Russian dolls!