hong kong mall


Compilation post of all the travel pics I took with the bean on our HK trip so far! I suspect there won’t be much more, if any at all, in the next few days. Just basically wrapping up souvenir shopping and household errands before it’s time to fly back home. Here’s a list of the places we visited in these pictures:

  1. open kitchen (ifc mall)
  2. Hong Kong Park
  3. Pacific Place
  4. Tea WG (ifc mall)
  5. Nan Lian Garden/Chi Lin Nunnery
  6. Junji Ito Exhibition @ PMQ
  7. Lee Tung Avenue
  8. Fashion Walk

Me diverti muitoooooooooo na loja oficial do Studio Gibli em Hong Kong. 

Fiz essa viagem em 2013, adorei muito!!! A cidade é super agitada, bonita, segura e agradável. Uma amiga minha é brasileira, mora lá a anos e não pretende voltar nunca mais. Disse que nada paga a segurança de voltar a pé da balada de madrugada usando minisaia e sabendo que nada vai te acontecer. Lá é bem cidade de primeiro mundo mesmo, com tudo bem cuidado, especialmente áreas públicas como praças e parques. Achei uma cidade bem gostosa! Quero voltar. :) 

Harbour City Shopping Mall 
Donguri Republic Store

Harbour City, 3 - 27
Canton Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui
Hong Kong

Treats and Sweets in Hong Kong Hong Kong, we’re officially here—and we brought treats! we’re celebrating our new store opening all week long with special trucks offering sweets, photo booths, balloons and more in the ifc mall oval atrium. here’s some of the fun in store…

Our four fabulous trucks: the flower truck, fun truck, treat truck and smile truck.

You’re invited!

The treat truck serves juice from 1–3pm and popsicles from 4–7pm.

Flower power: we’re giving complimentary bouquets of blooms at the flower truck with your in-store purchase.

Bottled deliciousness from Hong Kong juicery BE-JUICED (available at the treat truck).

In the mood for a different type of flower? Our balloon artist can make you one at the fun truck from 2–7pm.

Pick up a tote bag made just for us with a map of cool spots in Hong Kong.

Popsicles “worth the brain freeze.”

One of our littlest customers snacks on his popsicle. Photography by Carmen Chan.