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Another place of interest that you must pay a visit to when you are in Hong Kong is Cruise Liner Mall. Situated in Hung Hom, Kowloon, it is a part of a bigger mall called The Whampoa. It is a lesser known and underrated gem compared to the more famous shopping malls like Causeway Bay, Harbour City and the rest in Central.
If you enjoy café-hopping and you happen to be in the Kowloon area, you will not want to miss Await Café from your bucket list. With a wide choice of cakes and western food, paired with good coffee, this café makes a great lunch spot, especially when you make a pit stop at Prince Edward MTR Station. Located just a few minutes walks away from the station, you can also get your daily dose of caffein...
JAJA is a Spanish word pronounced as [ˈhɑːhɑː], which means a laughing sound and it has inspired the restaurant to represent a vegetarian restaurant celebrating happiness. It is driven by the passion to redefine healthy, vegetarian dining as fun and fashionable. Being a meat-free dining spot, this is perfect for Muslims who are looking for pork and lard-free restaurants to put on their list.
Hung Fook Tong (HFT) was established in 1986 and evolved from a traditional Chinese herbal tea shop to a modern wellness concept F&B business. Over the years, modern cafes are springing up like mushrooms and HFT faced competition from the industry players and they realised they needed to innovate.
Shanghai 618 is a revitalised mall in the heart of Mong Kok. The site, which comprises 14 protected historical buildings, was once a strip of waterfront shophouses or tong lau (唐樓) selling sweetened fruit tobacco, electrical appliances, medicinal tea, and leather goods. A century later, it has been restored with modern additions and today you will find retro photo ops, murals paying homage to the ...
If you travel and do not explore the authentic, local cuisine, you are missing out. Fish Ball Gor, is a must-visit eatery if you love experiencing local food when you travel. It serves a variety of Hong Kong-style authentic snacks. The hunt for Hong Kong's authentic delicacies won’t be complete without cart noodles and they have more than 30 kinds of food for you to choose from.
Tea culture in Hong Kong started at the end of the 19th century. People would buy tea leaves from tea houses to serve visiting guests. Thanks to modernization, tea lovers can now rejoice and enjoy traditional Chinese tea within 30 seconds! The latest hype in Hong Kong, Tea Chateau brings you the traditional Chinese tea culture, but in a capsule.
Once Hong Kong’s first modern wet market, The Central Market was opened in 1842 and was fully functional for more than six decades before it was revitalized. It was finally opened to the public in August 2021, the new and revitalised Central Market was transformed into a vibrant community hotspot with superb dining and interesting retail options. Whilst the building's interior seems modernized, it...
Getting our technology devices fully charged up is important especially when we are traveling. We at eRayn3, as travel enthusiasts who had always been traveling around the world yearly, we had realized that a good power adapter with some key features is important for our travels. Here are the top 3 key features that we look for when selecting our power adaptor:
After the border reopening our Malaysian government, we had not been anywhere as we are still very cautious with the situation that is still happening. We want to travel or have a staycation but to minimize our risk of being infected, we do not want to go over to crowded places. Hence we had thought of Hotel Staycation instead.