The trip to Hong Kong, Shenzhen, Guangzhou, and Macau
#1: Aqua Luna: Harbor Discovery Tour in Hong Kong
Hong Kong, Hong Kong
- See more at: http://bemyguest.com.sg/hong-kong/hong-kong/activity/aqua-luna-harbour-discovery-tour-hong-kong#sthash.hO0Kc2yS.dpuf
#2: Victoria Peak (The Peak)
#4: The Ritz Carlton — Kowloon
Since the relocation of the downtown airport at Kai Tak to Lantau, the tallest building is now on the Kowloon peninsula. The International Commerce Centre is a 118 storey skyscraper with the highest hotel (Ritz Carlton) in the world located on the 102nd to 118th floors.
#5: Tim Ho Wan — Central, Hong Kong Island
Tim Ho Wan are a chain of Dim-Sum restaurants with reputedly the cheapest Michelin starred restaurant in the World. Former Lung King Heen chef Pui Gor opened the first Tim Ho Wan in a hole-in-the-wall in Mong Kok, just a few years ago. There are branches in many districts of HK now including the most conveniently located one in Central.
Guests can eat 3–4 dim sum dishes for as little as US$10 and 1–2 hour queues can easily form, especially on weekends. The secret of their success is apparently steaming the dim sum to order rather than in advance and only using fresh, not previously frozen ingredients.
The oft imitated but never matched cha siu (barbequed pork) pineapple buns are a signature.
This is what dim sum ought to be.
- Shop 12A, Hong Kong Station (Podium Level 1, IFC Mall), Central; +852 2332 3078;
- Pricing: cheap
#6: Under the Bridge Spicy Crab — Wanchai Hong Kong Island
Under the Bridge Spicy Crab was so named after its original location and signature dish and has made a real reputation for itself. The signature fried crab is deluged in fried garlic and chilies and can be ordered according to 5 levels of spiciness.
Such crab dishes originated in the nearby Causeway Bay typhoon shelter and were traditionally cooked by the Tanka boat people who made their homes on sampans and cooked freshly caught seafood. Besides the spices, the other ingredient is " good wok-wielding skills."
- Shop 6-9, G/F, 429 Lockhart Road, Wan Chai; +852 2573 7698
- Pricing: moderate
#7: Shenzhen museum
Address: East Gate of Block A (the easternmost block), Citizens’ Center, Fuzhong 3rd Road, Futian District, Shenzhen. Opening Hours: Shenzhen museum of ancient art: 10.00 to 18.00 daily Closed every Monday Shenzhen museum old hall: 9.00 to 17.30 daily Closed every Monday Phone: Admission is free all visitors Admission is free for all visitors
Routes: Subway: Citizens’ Center Station, Line 4 Buses: Bus No.34, No. 71, No.221, No. 373, No 398 to the stop “Citizens’ Center East” Bus No.41, No.60, No. 76, No.107, No. 123, No.232, No.234, No.236, No. 244, No 371 and No 398 to the stop “Citizens’ Center” Bus No.15, No.60, No. 76, No.123, No.235, No. 244, No 371 and No 374 to the stop “Citizens’ Center West”
#8: Benjia Korean Restaurant
Nanshan District Baishi Road East 8, Huaqiaocheng Huanlehaian Qushuiwan 11 Building 2 Floor, Shenzhen, China
#9: Cui Yuan Jade Garden
Shen Nan Avenue 9028, Yi Tian JiaRi Plaza l2 Floor 22-31, Shenzhen, China
#10: Eating Street Food In Dong Men
Take the metro to Shaibu Metro Station (晒布地铁站) and come out exit A1.
From there, do a 180 degree turn and walk down Dongmen Middle road (东门中路)
towards Shennan East Road (深南东路.) When you get to Hubei road (湖北路)
approximately 3-5 minutes later, hang a left and then walk for two blocks.
You will arrive at HeTang road (禾塘路) which is a long, upward sloping street
(that doesn’t look exactly like a street) to your left. Walk up He Tang road for
exactly one minute and 到了! You have arrived at the real Dong Men street food market.
#11: Macao Museum Address: No. 112 Praceta do Museu de Macau
Guangzhou tv tower, Canton Tower : No.222 Yuexiang West Road, Haizhu District, Guangzhou, China