Category: hong kong

What You Could Get in Hong Kong for $10 – Breakfast Like A Local and Get In A Sightseeing Tour!

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Hi everyone,

Finally I’m back after I wrapped up Asian Games as a part of the committee. And the first post on What You Could Get in the City for $10 series after Asian Games, we’re going to one of the special administrative in Asia who has got their own NOC (National Olympic Committee): Hong Kong! 😀

I mean, I’ve been to Hong Kong before but it was a few months before I started this blog so I didn’t get a chance to experience it myself and suggest you from the firsthand about how to spend your $10 in the city.

But, thanks to Winnie from MillionDollarWinnie, she is covering things and activities you can do or buy with your Hamilton bill. So, how could you spend your $10 in Hong Kong? 😀

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7 Cringeworthy Tourist Attractions That I’ve Ever Visited

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I think if you took some time to ask people who love traveling why they bother to leave their comfort zone and flee to some foreign place, the answer would be quite clear: for us, it’s always good to experience some place that we’ve never been before.

But then again, don’t think that all places that we’ve visited gave us some satisfaction, because sometimes you expected something too much that when you got there, you did nothing but cringe because you were just not ready for such an ugly truth.

I mean, with the technology and all, pretty much like your face with Instagram filter, some places look even greater in the pictures and when you get there, well clearly the pictures are simply overrated.

On this post, I’ve listed 7 tourist attractions that made me feel that way. You may not agree with me, so I’m open with your two cents! 😀

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Macau At A Glance!

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As I mentioned in my previous post, my first reason to visit Hong Kong on my 28th birthday was because I wanted to visit Macau. The only place that I really wanted to go was the ruins of St. Paul, because I saw a lot of my friends visiting Macau and taking a picture in front of the remains of the cathedral and despite the fact I’ve been to the similar building in Melaka, I just wanted to go there.

For this Hong Kong trip, I spoke to some people through Couchsurfing and despite there were some other travelers that I spoke to on the website, I only managed to meet another solo female traveler from Singapore called Fiza. After trying to fix our Hongkong-Macau itinerary here and there, we agree to travel together in Macau.

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