Well...that was quite a while ago so I might forget bits of here and there, plus it's hard to squeeze everything in 1 post...but I guess pictures say a thousand words right =)
First stop was Macau. We arrived around evening, so we went to a place not far from our hotel, called The Venetian, to have dinner and a look around. And it has a reason for being named 'The Venetian'....
And of course nice boats too.... you can have even take the boat ride =)
The next morning we followed our tour guide who took us around Macau city.
It was quite late by the time we reached Hong Kong, and our tour guide from HK brought us to our hotel and discussed our schedule for the next few days. We stayed at Kowloon near Temple Street, it's a place like Petaling Street where there're lots of stalls selling many kinds of things....so dinner and short shopping for us that night =)
Toured around HK city the next morning. Our tour guide was a very experienced and interesting lady, she told lots of jokes and stories during our journey, and also about the local culture and differences with Malaysian culture...from dining etiquette to daily living to cars and houses....oh yea, don't expect that you will have a spacious room when you stay in HK hotel (unless you book a suite?)...HK is an island and so don't really have much land, all the buildings are many many storeys high, hence apartments are common - you rarely see houses like terrace houses or bungalows or semi-D there unlike in Malaysia.
Arena of Stars in the evening!
I developed this photo and brought to Melbourne, someone (Miss Wong!) who saw this photo thought that I actually met her in person!
Kelly Chen~ one of my favourite HK artists =D Same surname, birth month and zodiac as me!
Went to Ngong Ping village in the morning/noon, have to take the cable car to reach that place
Main highlight of Ngong Ping village is the big Buddha statue
We took a train to get there... it's a special train to Disneyland ONLY!
Christmas Parade....I'm still amazed by the decoration and every single detail of them
Even the candy floss is in a Mickey shape!
Obviously there were more pictures and a lot more things that I could talk about and a single blog post won't do enough, but this shall do =)
Oh, my sisters and I bought these cute little things as souvenirs: