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HK Day 4 – Tsim Sha Tsui

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We came to Tsim Sha Tsui on the second day and found out that the entire neighbourhood is a shopping paradise.

In front of i Square, Tsim Sha Tsui.

So we came back here on the fourth day and shopped for the whole day.

Day 4 - Shopping at Tsim Sha Tsui.

There are so many shopping malls and shops in Tsim Sha Tsui with so many brands it’s impossible to shop the entire Tsim Sha Tsui in one day.

From big brands to small brands you can find them all here. If you can’t find it, it probably doesn’t exists in this world.

Beside Victoria Harbour, there’s this biggest shopping mall in Hong Kong called Harbour City. It is so big that it is probably five times bigger than 1 Utama in Damansara.

Done shopping at the end of the day.

I had my best shopping experience ever at Tsim Sha Tsui. I bought so many things from top (shirts) to bottom (shoes), inside (underwear) to outside (belt).

All of our shopping bags combined.

Most of the things are relatively cheap compare to Malaysia. For example, a shirt would be selling at RM129 in Malaysia but you could get the same shirt for only HKD129.  After conversion, it’s half the price!

No wonder Kah Wai bought so much that we had to stop her from entering every single shop we came across.

Fong Kah Wai the shopping queen.

Ok enough of shopping. Let’s feast our eyes with some really nice foods.

We were looking for a famous dim sum restaurant for breakfast but we got lost. At the end, we settled at a nearby dim sum restaurant we found.

Clockwise from top left - har kao (prawns dumpling), siew mai (meat dumpling), fried har kao and char siew pao (meat pao).

To our surprise, their dim sum tasted not bad at all especially those prawns dumpling tasted so fresh and so sweet like the prawns were still alive not long ago.

There are many foods that represent Hong Kong to the world. Dim sum is of course one of them.

However, there is one more food I think it could be put into that list as well and that’s their mango desserts.

Hui Lau Shan is a mango dessert chainstore where you can find them at almost everywhere in Hong Kong.

Hui Lau Shan desserts.

Their mango pudding, mango ice, mango ice cream were so nice we kept going back for more.

Beside Hui Lau Shan, there was another mango dessert chainstore restaurant called Honeymoon Desserts.

Honeymoon Desserts menu.

They sell almost the same thing but some of the items tasted even better than Hui Lau Shan.

Clockwise from top left - mango pudding, mango sago, mango mochi and mango pancake.

Like the mango pancake on the lower left in the picture above, the taste was just heavenly amazing.

Ok it’s definitely not a good idea to post food pictures after midnight. Off to bed now and hopefully I can have all the mango desserts in my dream.

Hong Kong Series

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CommentNo. 1

Richie15 September 201011:53 AM

walao eh……kah wai…really are shopping quenn… !!

Author’s CommentNo. 2

Dennis Lee15 September 201011:34 PM

Yeap… her total bill tops all our bills combined!

CommentNo. 3

Chin5 October 20103:59 PM

Could you recommend good food and shopping malls in Tsim Sha Tsui for I will be leaving for Hongkong this Saturday. I will be staying at Prudential Hotel at at Jordan street. Thank you

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Dennis Lee15 January 201111:09 AM

Hi Kaye Langit-Luistro, thank you so much for the compliment!

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