15.07.2015 - 17.07.2015 29 °C
I arrive in Hong Kong at Hong Kong International Airport. The hotel I check into is called Guangdong Hotel Shanghai. This hotel is a four star hotel and is $86 CAD a night to stay here. This hotel has a restaurant and bar/lounge, breakfast available, spa tub, fitness centre, massage/treatment rooms, air port shuttle and a 24 hour front desk. After checking into my hotel I go to my first and only place for today, Hong Kong Disney Land.
I get a one day pass which is $80 CAD. I want to compare the Disney Land in Hong Kong to the one in California. For lunch and dinner I go to character meals, where the characters from Disney movies walk around while you eat. Some of the attractions I go on are, the Jungle River Cruise, Tarzan's Tree house, Cinderella Carousel, Sleeping Beauty Castle, Big Grizzly Mountain Runaway MIne Cars, Garden of Wonders, UFO Zone, Barrel of Fun and Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters. After my amazing day at Hong Kong Disney Land I return to my hotel and go to bed.
Hong Kong Disney Land
I wake up and go to Wagyu for breakfast, where I get an omelet. After breakfast I go to Victoria Peak. Victoia Peak is a mountain and at the top of it I can see a beautiful view of the city. I got to the peak by taking the Peak Tram, which is a 120 year old still working train. After I look out at the view for a while and take picture I return to my hotel. I return to my hotel for lunch so that I can see what their restaurant is like. After lunch I go to Lantau Island. This island is the largest one in Hong Kong and it has Buddhist architecture, a long sandy beach and an outlet mall. I go swimming in the beach and then I go shopping at the outlet mall to find souvenirs to remind me of my trip here. After swimming and exploring Lantau Island's outlet malls I go have dinner.
I go to Macau Tsui Yuen Café, which specializes in Portuguese food. I get grilled meat on a pork chop pun and iced coffee. After dinner I go to Ngong Ping 360. Ngong Ping lets me explore Lantau Island, which I liked so much, some more. I go on a 25 minute cable car ride, which lets me see a birds eye view of the island. Then I go to the Ngong Ping Village, where I can do some more shopping and find somewhere to get dessert after I had dinner. I go see the Big Buddha, which is a 5 minute walk from Ngong Ping Village and I watch the sunset. Then I return to my hotel and go to sleep.
Ngong Ping 360
I wake up and have breakfast in my hotel. Then after breakfast I go to my last place in Hong Kong, Man Mo Temple. The temple is a tribute to God of Literature and the God of War. This temple was built in 1847 and is the largest Man Mo temple in Hong Kong. After visiting the temple and taking pictures I go to Hong Kong International Airport to catch my flight to Tokyo, which is also the last city I'm visiting on my dream trip around the world. I fly with Hong Kong Express to Tokyo International Airport. The flight costs $303 CAD, and is a 4 hour non-stop flight.
Man Mo Temple