Part 1: Leaving Macau & Hong Kong Street Walking
Second day still in Macau - Having breakfast at Tai Kah Lok (大家樂) - just like fastfood chain restaurant such as McD, for instance.
We started to walk around nearby - in fact, Macau is considerably small coverage - by walking distant, you can visit a lot of travel spot or discover something interest. Our Day 2 first stop in Macau - Macau Garden, very beautiful garden.
Surprisingly just beside the apartment - Unexpectedly near enough - check it out below picture...
Discovered an old guy practising probably a type of Qi Gong - quickly snapshot before he discovered... hehehe...
There's a beautiful curve bridge that cross over the Lotus pond - though there is no Lotus flower yet - it's all about green. The curve shape attracted my capture eventually :-)
Our familiar M sign - difference: in Chinese words :-)
Found sexy Madza 2 and Toyota Mark X during street walking
Passed by the Red Market - whole building in red colour. Inside the wet market environment - slightly different from our local Penang one - they decorated nicely.
On the way back to Victoria Hotel - one road jammed, while another direction - nothing :-)
Then Takes ferry to Hong Kong
After settling down the check in at Mong Kok, we started our travel plan - hunt around ...
Hong Kong MRT is very easy and convenient way to go to your desired location. Undeniably, it is a very crowded place.
In Hong Kong Island, there are many beautiful designed buildings, the unique shapes, the reflective tinted glass windows and so on attracted my attention to capture the best if possible. I guess most of the building built based on well-analysed Feng Shui information. Hong Kong is very famous with this.
When I look up...
Love this sexy shape :-)
Looks like a collection of cubes
Lovely reflective glass and the reflected building image
The famous blade concrete
Lippo Twins - beautiful shape and architectural design
Saw AIG building with a large LCD display to advertise
Did find out a few abstractical images - for what I think - IMHO - I assume this depends on individual preferences - I can't switch you to abtract mode. I'm kidding, seriously. :-P
Double Decker Tram in movement
Hong Kong Park is indeed huge. In May 1991, Hong Kong Government spent $398 million dollars to build this. Coverage area is 8 hectares, combining modern design facilities blending with natural landscape. The design uses thematic motive to bring out each design which able to combine together. Main attraction - the way of flowing water.
Hong Kong Park Layout Plan
After this - we head to Peak View to enjoy Hong Kong Island Night View & visit Hong Kong Madame Tussauds