Finally, back to Hong Kong after 4 years and many things have changed since the pandemic occurs. I was in Hong Kong for the weekend and decided to venture to Sham Shui Po. I visited Kung Wo Soya Bean Factory (公和荳品廠), which was established in 1893 and is one of the oldest shops in Hong Kong which sells the traditional soya bean curd. Continue reading [HK EATS] Kung Wo Soya Bean Factory (公和荳品廠) At Sham Shui Po | Hong Kong
Meet Sham Shui Po 深水埗 located in Kowloon Hong Kong, where you can experience a vibrant community with concentrated eateries. The district is an electic and charming neighbourhood that beckons with its intriguing blend of tradition and modernity. Sham Shui Po is a district filled with hidden gems for local cheap eats and deals. You will find more locals than tourists here at least for now.
I had a wonderful night with Hong Kong Tourism Board last week to learn more about the place.I also include this two-minute time-lapse video titled “Immerse Yourself in Sham Shui Po like Locals Do” to give you a general glimpse of this vibrant community. Continue reading [HK EATS] Discover Sham Shui Po 深水埗 with Hong Kong Tourism Board
With the recent kakigori trend from Japan, Hong Kong also started the trend as well. Shari Shari Kakigori House is another hipster café not to miss when you are travelling here. The café is a walking distance from Via Tokyo and you can have your matcha or houjicha softserve and headed to Shari Shari. Continue reading [HK EATS] SHARI SHARI KAKIGORI HOUSE (氷屋 ) – ONE OF THE MUST VISIT DESSERT CAFE IN HONG KONG
Taking a break from CNY food post, I am posting my Hong Kong Post.So,other than Hong Kong Disneyland and Gudetama craze, there are so many activities and places to explore. I have been to Hong Kong for several times and I still cannot get enough of it. I wish to travel back Hong Kong for the beaches, trekking or hiking and many more. Each travel experience rewarded me a better insight of this country. Continue reading [HK TRAVEL] HIDDEN GEM SAI WAN SWIMMING SHED (西環泳棚) IN HONG KONG – THE INSTAGRAM-WORTHY MOMENT
Hong Kong amaze me each time I visit as there is always new food places I can explore. This time round with the trending social media platform, I get to know about ATUM Desserant. It is one of the classic and ‘atas’ (referring to high-class) patisserie I ever visited. The current trend has lead to few new places such as DOUX as well. Since ATUM is the first origin concept, we decided to go for it last month (September). Continue reading [HK EATS] ATUM Desserant (銅鑼灣) | Hong Kong
Foodie weekend trip to HK with E started off with the first stop at Sister Wah華姐清湯腩. Sister Wah is known as one of the popular beef brisket noodles in Hong Kong.It is located conveniently within a walking distance from Tin Hau MTR station when you exit at A2. Continue reading [HK EATS] SISTER WAH 華姐清湯腩 | HONG KONG
When Cathay was having a credit card promotion 2 months back, Eric and I decided to go for an impromptu decision to spend a foodie weekend in Hong Kong. It’s my 4th time here and I did blogged about it previously but sad to say during the hosting migration issue, it’s all gone. Anyway, enough of the sad story. Here I am starting all over again my blog post!
Continue reading [HK EATS] SINMEI TEA 川善茶居 | HONG KONG