Round Up: 6D5N Hong Kong & Macau Itinerary

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We’re back from our trip finally! It was a very fruitful trip in terms of eating. We ate as much food as our stomach and hollow leg could hold, blame it on the makan list that we have put together based on some recommendations from openrice.com (Hong Kong no. 1 Food Forum). It’s no exaggeration to say that only another few hundreds hours of running drastically could work away the flab. Here’s a round up of where our Hong Kong Macau itinerary. Detailed posts will be coming up very soon.

Day 1: 紅茶館 Bridal Tea House Hotel, 澳洲牛奶公司 Australian Dairy Company @ Jordon, 麥文記麵家  Mak Man Kee Noodles House @ Jordon, The Peak, Ladies Street, 貢茶 Gong Cha Milk Tea @ Mongkok, 肥姐小食店 Fei Jie Snacks Shop @ Mongkok, 萬家燒餅皇 Siu Beng Wong @ Mongkok

Day 2: 妹記生滾粥品 Mui Kee Congee @ Mongkok, 金華冰廳 Kam Wah @ Prince Edward, Disneyland, Citygate Outlet Mall @ Tung Chung, 四季煲仔飯 Four Season Claypot Rice @ Yau Ma Tei, Temple Street

Day 3: 蓮香樓 Lin Heung Tea House @ Central, 陳意齋Chan Yi Zai @ Central, 泰昌餅家 Tai Cheong @ Central, 蘭芳園 Lan Fong Yuen @ Central, H&M @ Central, H&M @ Tsim Tsa Tsui, Honeymoon Dessert @ Harbour City Tsim Tsa Tsui, Avenue of Star @ Tsim Tsa Tsui, Symphony of Light @ Tsim Tsa Tsui, 鏞記酒家 Yung Kee @ Central, Lan Kwai Fong @ Central

Day 4: 添好運點心專門店 Tim Hou Wan Dim Sum Specialty Shop @ Mongkok, Race Course @ Shatin, Time Square @ Causeway Bay, Taiyaki Hot Sandwich @ Causeway Bay, 美都餐室 Mido Café @ Yau Ma Tei

Day 5: Macau Island - 義順牛奶 Leitaria I Son, Ruin of St. Paul, 潘榮記 減蛋金錢餅 Poon Weng Kee Biscuit, 祥記麵家 Cheung Kei, 添發碗仔翅美食 Tim Fatt Sharkfin, Senado Square, 黃枝記 Wong Chi Kee, Margaret’s Café e Nata 瑪嘉烈餅店, Grand Lisboa

Day 6: Taipa Village – Café Mun Kor, The Venetian, Four Face Buddha, 沙度娜 Serradura, 莫義記  Mok Yi Kee, 誠昌飯店 Seng Cheong Crab Porridge, 晃記餅家 Fong Kee Biscuits, 大利來記咖啡室 Tai Lei Loi Kee

DAY 1:
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#1 Australian Dairy Company  that stays at the top on openrice.com’s best restaurant list. True to it’s name, the steamed milk and scramble egg is omfg-ly good!
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#2 Mak Man Kee Noodles House. Famous for the fermented bean curd pork trotter (nam yu zhu sao)  noodles.
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#3 Central – the financial and business hub of Hong Kong
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#4 Walking down the red carpet at Madame Tussauds


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#5 Gong Cha Bubble Tea with super nice milk top at Mongkok
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#6 Fei Jie Snacks Shop where openrice.com’s foodies have raved about their braised octopus and pork innards. Yummy!
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#7 Some forgettable snacks at Mongkok. Those mushy cow innards and fish balls are really gross!

DAY 2
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#8 Very nice fish belly congee at Mui Kee Congee (inside a wet market)!
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#9 The best polo yao at Kam Wah
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#10 Visited Disneyland to revive that lost childhood memory
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#11 Meet maikei and mainei (that’s how they pronounce Mickey & Minnie in Cantonese)
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#12 Childhood Friends!
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#13 Fireworks over sleeping beauty’s castle
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#14 Buys from CityGate Outlet Mall (ignore the H&M paper bag)
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#15 Four Season’s (not the hotel lar) Claypot Rice

DAY 3
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#16 Early bird catches the dim sum. Lin Heung Tea House
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#17 Bird nest cake @ Chan Yi Zai
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#18 Lan Fong Yuen that has been selling stocking milk tea (xi mut lai cha) for over 50 years
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#19 very smooth!
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#20 Ate Chris Patten (the ex governer of HK)’s favourite egg tart at Tai Cheong
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#21 Had a great time shopping at H&M Queens Road Central & Canton Road.
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#22 Did some shopping at Harbour City and tried the famous banana pancake from Honeymoon Dessert.
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#23 The old Clock Tower near the Star Ferry concourse at Tsim Sha Tsui
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#24 Avenue of Stars at the Tsim Sha Tsui Waterfront Promenade.
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#25 A symphony of light
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#26 A very expensive dinner – roasted goose at Yung Kee
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#27 Went to Lan Kwai Fong only to find out that we under-dressed. *shy*

DAY 4
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#28 Look at the queue! But the long wait proves worthwhile…
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#29 …when we took a bite on the crispy cha siu bao
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#30 Tried our luck at Shatin Racecourse
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#31 Had Taiyaki Hot Sandwich near Time Square, Causeway Bay
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#32 Baked Pork Rib Rice @ Mido Café
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#33 Juicy siu beng from Mongkok. Good stuff!

DAY 5
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#34 Double Skin Milk at Leitaria I Son
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#35 The Ruin of St. Paul’s!
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#36 Big Heads
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#37 Very nice hand made cookies from Poon Weng Kee Biscuit.
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#38 Must eat the har zi meen (prawn roe wantan meen) and fish skin at Cheung Kei!
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#39 Sharkfin for only HKD 35! Tim Fatt Sharkfin
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#40 Delicious sui kow meen from Wong Chi Kee
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#41 Senado Square
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#42 Don’t forget to get some Portuguese Egg Tart from Margaret’s Café e Nata
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#43 Trying our luck again :D

DAY 6
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#44 Famous for durian ice cream and sawdust pudding – Mok Yi Kee
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#45 Cafe Mun Kor – where the locals go for their daily fix of zhu zai bao
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#46 Four Faced Buddha @ Taipa Village
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#46 Indoor gondola ride anyone?
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#47 none other than the famed Venetian Macau
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#48 Ice Fire sawdust pudding from Serradura
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#49 Seng Cheong Crab Porridge
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#50 You won’t want to miss this!
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#51 Fong Kee Biscuits
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#52 Got 4 pork chop bun for myself after an hour queue! Cafe Tai Lei Loi Kee
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#53 It’s time to go home after we stomached down these goodies. Bye Macau!

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Comments

  1. Nicole says:

    I really enjoy reading your blog. Can you send me details / address of where to eat and shop in HK and Macau + itinerary. I’m going in May 10. Really appreciate it! Thanks.

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  2. CiTy says:

    hi,
    I like your blog very much.
    I am planning to go HK-MC too.
    Can you please send me your itinerary and details? free & easy?
    how much have you spend for the trip?

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    HI for itinerary u can follow our blog post. :)
    i’ve sent u the makan list

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    ooo n we spent about rm2k including flight :)

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  3. JP says:

    Hi,

    Can you send me your makan list too? will be visiting in March.

    thanks!

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    hi jp, no prob :)

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  4. Cath says:

    Hey, i am planning my itinerary to macau and hong kong. Come across your blog. It would be greatful if you could drop me your itinerary as reference. Many thanks! Very much appreicated.

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    Hi cath, no problem :) sent to u, email me if theres any prob

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    Hi Cath, now you can download it from http://kampungboycitygal.com/travel/, look for HK n downloads. :)

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  5. Anonymous says:

    Hi,

    I love your blog. Your account of food is really impressive. Hubby and I thinking of short 3D2N free and easy in Hong Kong. What would you recommend that we don’t miss!

    Unfortunately, we don’t read chinese, we can speak cantonese..hopefully it’s not too hard to get our food by finger pointing.sighss..

    cheers, bonnie

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    hi bonnie, thanks for your lovely comments. u must go to this australian dairy co. near to jordon station, they serve the best scramble egg in the world. n of coz the whole breakfast in a jiffy experience is not to be missed. they are not just a food outlet, its a good place to experience the HK culture by ordering the breakfast set A, B, C and gulp it all down in 10 min bcoz the queue out there is just too long.

    would recommend u to try wantan mee and dim sum too. its very different from we have here .

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  6. Sharonbee says:

    should you advise of how much to bring for food, shopping & transport?
    =p
    .-= Sharonbee´s last blog ..C C 6 6 =-.

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    sharon: 2k ? i dun buy branded stuff wo, just outlet stuff

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  7. TravelingApe says:

    Just want to say thank you for the great list and the effort of making such comprehensive list. We have used it for our research for our Hong Kong-Macau trip in March this year, which has been a really great trip!

    Do check our itinerary: -
    http://www.travelingape.com/travel/5d-4n-hong-kong-and-macau-trip/
    .-= TravelingApe ´s last blog ..5D 4N Hong Kong and Macau Trip =-.

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    wow i love ur itinerary too!

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  8. Samantha says:

    2k per person or the two of you?
    .-= Samantha´s last blog ..T.A.L.E.N.T =-.

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    yeah 2k without shopping. 2.5k with shopping :)

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  9. Samantha says:

    How much did you guys spend for the whole trip? Inclusive of air tix and everything. For two. =]
    .-= Samantha´s last blog ..T.A.L.E.N.T =-.

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    hi about rm2500, but our airfare is only rm 260 hehe. we spent alot on food

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  10. Alex says:

    hello .. all the foods looks really nice ! but .. are you sure u’re using only rm2500 for the whole trip ? because i’m going on next month and i don’t know how much should i bring =(( and i haven’t plan my itenerary .. not really know how to plan T.T

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    Hi alex! Yes! plus shopping coz our hotel is only rm 100 per person per nite, and our flight is less than rm300! :)

    u can refer to our itinerary if u have no ideas :)

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  11. wei says:

    do you mind share with me more of the details of your trip? i mean everything… stay, eat, shop, sighseeing, transport, everything!would be really greatful if you could drop me a mail. i’ll going on tis august…5D4N.beside that, macau n hong kong which place v should spend more days??anythg that v cant miss in taipa village.Many thanks! Very much appreicated.

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    hi wei, i’ve included everything that i know of in the post already. try to click on the detailed post (under day 1, day 2, etc). u’ll get information overload :)

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  12. DT says:

    I liked the pic with the jap in kimono at disneyland….

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    i think u meants mulan :)

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  13. Eve says:

    Hi there!
    Im totally amazed by the pics esp the food! what a nice and wonderful trip.
    I will be bringing my 2 year old toddler to hongkong for 5 days 4 nights and will be going to Macau for a day trip, would be grateful if you could kindly let me have a list of your HK and Macau recommended place for food and shopping. Thank you very much in advance.

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    hi eve, u can dload from our travel page :)
    have fun in hk!

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  14. Hi, I read the makan list but it was mostly in Chinese. Can u pl translate into English together with the address. I am going there in Jan, 2011, so your list on the more local rather touristy places, looks very good. Tks.

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  15. sime says:

    hi there,nice pic and enjoying moment on HK…i’m planning to go HK but kinda confused on the planning,places to go,place to eat,transport and accomodation.do u mind to share some of ur trip in to me?appreciate if u can email the details to me..thank you

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    Hi sime, u left ur comment wout ur email. may i know how do i help u?
    for most places tat we go , its accessible via MRT :)

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  16. celine says:

    hi, i would like to know is Best Western Taipa hotel provide shuttle bus to Venetian & Ferry terminal ? if Yes, how frequent ?

    i love your blog very much and thanks for the info & food sharing =)

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    Hi yes there is a shuttle bus to the ferry terminal but u need to check the time.
    then from the ferry terminal, there are various free buses to other casinos, including venetian.

    thx for loving us. <3

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  17. Joanne says:

    Hi,

    Stumbled upon ur blog sometime ago (was looking on Bali travels)…Great and informative!
    Was wondering, which hotel did u guys stay in HK? And how much was it? And how did you make the bookings?

    Thanks loads!

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    hi we stayed at bridal tea house, rm 200 per night. u can refer to my day 1 post ;)

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    Joanne Reply:

    Urm..does that mean for the whole trip there, u guys stayed at the same hotel?

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    yeah 4 nite at bridal tea house, 1 night in macau.
    rmb dun ever book hotels located in chung king mansion ya. its a huge plaza with hundreds of hotels, motels n backpackers inn n its reli bad.

    Joanne Reply:

    Thanks thanks thanks! Any recommended area to stay in then? 1 night in macau means have to drag all the luggage along too? hehe…issit troublesome?

    Sorry for asking so many q…1st time going there…:P

  18. Alice says:

    hi there, your post is amazing, this the 1st time i browse on which recommend from my friend. Im thinking to plan a trip to HK around Feb with my sis for 5days. which area do you reckon is the best and convenience we can stay? I love nice foods, so def gonna try all the foods you reckon and i love yumcha, which place is the best to feast in? is public transport convenience to access around places? I wanna go to Disneyland too, I saw your stay in Disneyland which amazing, how much is that? I am bit lost of planning the trip, will be good if you can suggest. Thanks~~ Love your post!!

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    Hi Alice, bridal tea house (RM 200/night ) is nt bad in terms of location, if u dun mind the reli small room n that its located in temple street. if budget is nt an issue, u can try butterfly by wellington at central, or luxe manor at tsimtsatsui. :)

    for yumcha, go to Tim Ho Wan, but be there as early as 945, they are open at 10, and there will be a long queue outside the premise.
    http://kampungboycitygal.com/2009/08/hk-trip-day-4-tim-ho-wan-dim-sum-specialty-shop-race-course-time-square-taiyaki-hot-sandwich-mido-cafe/

    Yeah public transport is not an issue, just get urself an octopus card n u can go anywhere u want.

    DH is about RM 800 – 1000 per night. Worth it if u have 4 person to share the room :)

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    Alice Reply:

    thanks, is so nice of you~~ where do u stay in macau? do you reckon last night in macau and then make trip to airport from there on second day? is there any other yum cha places more like restaurant?

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    hi im staying at best western taipa. its better to spend a night in macau, then the flight back fr macau airport :)

  19. shuet yee says:

    Hi, I’ll be going to Hong Kong in September. There’s just a short trip, only 5D 4N.

    Do you mind to send me the details and whereabout to go and whereabout to eat in Hong Kong & Macau.

    Besides, may I know more information on hotel, airport transfer & ferry to Macau?
    Coz I am planning to go 1Day trip in Macau. Wondering the time enough to rush back to HK at nite.
    Kindly advice.
    Thank you so much!
    =]

    Really appreciate it!! Coz I kinda worry hotel is fully booked soon & not enough time to shop in the short period. LOL

    Thanks in advance!! =]

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    Hi Shuet Yee

    Thanks for referring to our blog. The good food list tcan be downloaded from our side bar, its an excel file. While for places to go, you can refer to our detailed trip itinerary in year 2009 and 2010. You can click into each of the links to get the details that you wanted – information on hotel, airport transfer & ferry to Macau, etc.

    For example, info on ferry to macau can be found here – http://kampungboycitygal.com/2009/10/hk-macau-trip-day-5-leitaria-i-son-ruin-of-st-paul-poon-weng-kee-cookies/
    airport transfer info can be found here – http://kampungboycitygal.com/2011/02/hong-kong-day-1-cosmo-kowloon-hotel-bon-bon-cafe-best-che-zai-min/

    Day trip to Macau is viable, you can just go to the important land marks and all. Hope it helps.

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  20. We’re planning a Jan 2012 trip to Hong Kong and Macau. Your blog and is outstandingly useful, one of the best travel blogs we’ve ever seen. Your photos are dazzling. Thanks for lugging around that DSLR!

    Bob
    Tigbauan, Iloilo
    Philippines

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    thx robert! one of the most flattering comment to date :) glad that our hard work helps you in your holiday planning

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  21. Pui San says:

    Hello,
    I’m planning to go Hong Kong in February 2012. From the blog post, it seems that going around Hong Kong town is easy but is it safe in Hong Kong town area? Also, I’m planning to stay at Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel, is it far from town?

    thanks..

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    hi pui san, yes it’s safe and convenient to go around kl. it is advisable to stay at hk disneyland only when ur visiting disneyland, just for 1 night for the experience. or else its way too far from town.

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    Pui San Reply:

    ohh.. thanks for the advice.. we booked 2 nights stay in TST, Park Hotel and 2 nights in HKDL hotel as we got the 2 days pass.. Btw, is it easy to walk from TST MTR station to Harbour City and from Harbour City to Avenue of Stars? Also, is it true that the shops such as Quicksilver in Citygate selling apparel at a sale price?

    thanks…

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    yeah its all nearby! dont worry about walking. i’ve not check out quicksilver though. but coach, crocs and esprit are selling at good price

    christine Reply:

    Hello! I’m also planning to go HK & Macau in 2012 and now checking out your website for itinerary. Truly your blog is so so helpful :D When you mentioned “coach and esprit are selling at good price”, may I know are there any particular mall or shop you are referring to? And are there any particular time of the year is considered best time to shop/sales? Thank you :)

  22. Zen says:

    One of the best travel blog I have seen so far! Keep it up! looking forward to your next trip’s post :)

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  23. stella says:

    hi,can i know where you stay at macau

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    hi stella, we stay at best western macau

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  24. sweetiepie says:

    Hi there,

    can i have your makan list?

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  25. Shineny Lim says:

    Hi there, may I know for this trip to HK.. 3 nights also stay at the same hotel – Bridal Tea House?

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    Yes dear, same hotel

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  26. KChun says:

    Hi, like the trip overview so much. It help a lot in our planning. By the way, we are going to HK in this December. Wish to have Chirstmas trip around HK. Wondering is it great to have night stay in Disneyland during chirstmas eve. Some how, It might be not possible because the accomodation seem like need to be booked earlier. Will see and would you know is there any way to go to HK city central from Disneyland late at night, or maybe go back there from HK city central late except by cab.

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    yeah you should stay a night at HKDL! the place is done up beautifully ahead of christmas, very whimsical! it is not advisable to travel to and forth late at night, cab ride alone can cost u a bomb :)

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  27. Yeewon says:

    Hi

    Can recommend hotel in Macau>?

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  28. Effie says:

    Hi, i like the trip overview so much. It help a lot in our planning.
    I will be traveling to Hong Kong this June and would really love to have your itinerary.
    Would you be able to share it to me via email?
    Really appreciate it! Thanks.

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  29. Eugenia says:

    Hi,

    I am so impressed with the foods in pic. Me n hubby are going to Hk-Macao in June for 7D6Night trip. Yet to plan for it. Plan for budget in accommodation, not too worst but yet it is clean ,easy access and acceptable . We loves much on trying variety of foods, hope can enjoy lot of nice foods , doing shopping at various places and visit attractions places. Would seek your advice for the good itinerary , our day1 and day2 will be in Macao and will spend the rest in HK. Do you mind to share with me some opinions . Hope for your reply very soon.appreciate that. Happy to read abt yr blog.
    Best regards,
    Eugenia

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  30. Johanne says:

    Hi, i like the trip overview so much. It gives me a lot of idea for our trip.
    We will be traveling to Hong Kong-Macau this Sept 2013 and would really love to have your itinerary for 6D6N. I will travelling with two senoir citizen how you gave me a convinient Itenerary for oldies.
    Would you be able to share it to me via email? My email add is johanne_villavicencio@yahoo.com
    Really appreciate it! Thanks.

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    Ho Johanne, thanks for reading our blog. the itinerary is within the blog post, saw the table form? while for directions its within the write ups :) hope it helps

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  31. Fon says:

    Hey. Thanks for sharing your travel photos. Looks like you had a fabulous food trip in Hong Kong. I never really got to explore the culinary diversity of this place when I visited Macau, but I’ll definitely try this on my next trip to Hong Kong.
    Fon´s last [type] ..Koh Larn, a paradise island close to Bangkok

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  32. Flo says:

    Hi
    Great post on Hong Kong! Just wondering how was the weather like in Hong Kong in November? Should I be packing light/thicker clothings?

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    its like genting highland weather :)

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  33. Diane says:

    Hi to you both lovely couple. I am amazed with the detailed visits you posted in your blog about your trip to HK. Me and my husband will be travelling this Nov for a 6D/5N trip to HK onli and we will be staying in Mongkok – Stanford Hotel. Do you think you can send me your previous itinerary for my reference as I have not plan my daily itinerary yet. Thanks very much.

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    Hi dear, we do not have a copy of that as we upload everything into table format in the blog post. Hope the table helps :)

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  34. Anonymous says:

    Hi. I would like to any nice hotel/guesthouse can get in HK? We are total 8 persons. Thanks.

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  35. Julian says:

    Hello! I always enjoy reading your blog before I travel. Do you recommended changing to hkd here in malaysia or change to some other currency then change to hkd in Hong Kong ? Like in your seoul post you mentioned its best to change to usd to get more hehe. Thanks

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    Hi julian, i don’t think so because hkd is pegged to usd, so should not have a lot of savings :)

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  36. Lih Yi says:

    Do you mind sending me your makan list with the location of the shops? Thanks!!

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  37. Janice says:

    Hi, I like ur blog post. I will be going next week. could you pls sent me the food list and how to get there from mtr? Thanks

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  38. Jessica says:

    I would be visiting soon in July, do you mind sending me your makan list with the location of the shops? Please ~ ~ and Thanks!!

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