Came here over the weekend with my in-law for some dim sum (飲茶). I did not know they are Michelin 1 Star. They are on the 4th floor of Mira Mall.
Shop 402, L4, FoodLoft, Mira Place, 132 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
Exit B1/ N5, Tsim Sha Tsui / East Tsim Sha Tsui MTR Station
Unfortunately, I am on Keto. Most of the stuff I can’t eat.
This roast chicken is the only food I can eat.
This one I can eat.
This another one of those post on Yuen Long at night. Always vibrant. Look the Dai Pai Dong (大排檔). Constantly fully of people enjoying dinner after a hard day work.
This is another stuff that has been sitting on our shelved for a long time. We have to let it go. Not using is much. Go to carousell to take a look at it.
Hau Wong Temple (侯王古廟) Kowloon City. The place is a little small but it’s very historical. This temple was built during the Ching dynasty. You can click here for further information on this temple.
It’s right at the coner of Junction Road and Tung Tau Tsuen Road. If you look at my previous post on Kowloon Walled City, it’s on the same stretch of the road.
Update Oct25, 2018: Sold.
I am selling this lens. Olympus M.Zuiko F4.0-5.6 for EPL camera. It has been sitting in my dry box for a long time. Click here to see it at Carousell.
I used mostly Canon nowadays. No point letting it sit in the box. Sell this so I can pick up some other lens.
Only use it less than 20 times with my Olympus EPL2. I can’t sell my EPL2 because no one will want it. Maybe someone might want the lens.
I probably will starts shooting more at Yuen Long at night scene. Seems quite mesmerizing at night. Especially those Dai Pai Dong (大排檔) store.
Sham Shui Po – I spend almost every weekend hanging around this around. A lot of geek stuff.
I have not stop by here to take any photos even though I was here almost every weekend.
Since I started the blogging journey again, why not. Came here. Took some photos. This place is very quite and serene.
Took this while this guy was drawing.
Miniature art of the old Kowloon Walled City.
To Lok Fu, exit B. Walk toward Junction Rd. It’s a 15min walked to Tung Tau Tsuen road. Make a left. Cross the road. It’s on your right hand side.
Take the KMB no. 1 bus at Tsim Sha Tsui piers or along Nathan Road. Get off on Kowloon Walled City stop.
If you are visiting Hong Kong and using bus a transportation, download this KMB BUS app. It’s a real time app but be aware there is a plus/minus on the accuracy on the bus schedule.
This is on Sai Yeung Choi Street Mongkok Mtr exit. Always jammed pack with local and tourists.