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Tuesday, May 31, 2016

27 May 2016 - Hong Kong Day 2: Mak's Noodle, Golden Bauhinia, Ani-Com Park@Harbour

As I've mentioned in an earlier post, we have a list of eating place that we would like to cover in this trip.  So this morning, we decided to check off one more from the list.  It is Mak's Noodle (麥奀雲吞麵世家), one of the world's cheapest Michelin-starred restaurant.  There are quite a number of outlets in Hong Kong and we went to the one located along Lock Road at Tsim Sha Tsui, which is just a short walk from our hotel.
I must say this is probably one of the best noodles I've eaten so far.  The noodles were springy and taste real good.
Not forgetting the Wanton, which is freshly made with shrimp and pork.  However do note that the serving bowl is pretty small.
Want to know the price?  Here it is.....
After the wonderful breakfast, we took the MTR to Wan Chai station.  We then walk along the footbridge of O’Brien Road, pass through Immigration Tower and Central Plaza to Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre.  Many tourists (especially from mainland China) came here for the Golden Bauhinia. The Forever Blooming Bauhinia Sculpture was a gift from the Central Government to mark the 1997 Handover.  There were many photographers helping tourists to take photos with the sculpture and charge for the photo,  We decided to just DIY with a wefie!
Shortly after we reach the promenade, dark clouds started to loom above us.
Our main objective of coming here was not to squeeze around the tourists.  We were here to visit Ani-Com Park@Harbour"FUN" exhibits which was based on 30 classic ani-com characters that reflect Hong Kong’s culture and way of life, including my favourite Old Master Q.
As it was about to rain, we looked at the map and quickly went to those exhibits that we like.
Javier practising his Taekwando kicks with the Ding Ding Penguin.
As expected, it started to rain before we could visit all the characters.  However, we decided to put on our "rain gears" and continue our objectives.
Once we completed most of the exhibits, we decided to walk back to Wan Chai station and planned for our next destination.

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