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HKTales: Hotel, Transpo, ETC

AIRFARE: We got our tickets via Philippine Airlines last March for our May trip. When booking with a child, travel tax isn’t included in the final total. So you’ll have to prepare Php1620 and Php810 for adult and child fee. … Continue reading

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HKTales: Food Trip

I’m no food blogger, I just want to share the the GREAT FOOD, for me, that we ate at in HK! Kam Wah Cafe is popular with their polo bun, egg tarts and milk tea. It took us a while … Continue reading

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HKTales: Toy Street

What brought me here in Toy Street was a die cast train toy Coco saw in The Peak Tram that’s worth almost HK$200, which I think is toooo expensive. We looked for where in HK they specializes in toys and … Continue reading

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HKTales: Super Park

One of the places you can bring your kids to in Hong Kong is SuperPark. SPR PRK, which opened last December 2017, is an all-in-one indoor activity park; it originated in Finland. It’s bringing vibrancy to HK’s entertainment scene for … Continue reading

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Happiest Place on Earth: Hong Kong Edition | Springtime 2018

Twas the peak of summer heat when we arrived HK and with few hours of sleep since we arrived our hotel at 2AM in the morning – our sleepiness and exhaustion was really evident. But we still headed to our … Continue reading

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HKTales: Around the City

After we went to Kowloon to have brunch in Kam Wah Cafe, we decided to tour the city. But of course, the number one tourist spot that we must go to is to The Peak Tram. But before we reached … Continue reading

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HKTales: The Peak

One experience you shouldn’t miss when you are in HK is riding The Peak Tram. It is one of the most popular and the oldest funicular railways and it rises around 1,300 ft above sea level, giving you the ultimate … Continue reading

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