Tuesday, 7 August 2012

Honeymoon Dessert 2012

Kev and I enjoyed our honeymoon over in the East, side of the world at our most favourite destination. Bright lights, bustling atmosphere, where shops stay open till 1am, awesome food and with mega shopping involved, who can get tired of Hong Kong??! Even though we visit HK every 3 years, we always find new exploits, new restaurants and new shopping districts – makes the perfect destination where everything is familiar, when it’s not, if that makes sense!

Though we are well familiarised with Kowloon/New Territories, there is always something to keep us occupied or something we can explore and love blending in with the locals and becoming one of them; living and eating the way they do and generally being a typical Hong Kong-er! One thing we will do next time is to learn more and make the most of what the Hong Kong Island (Central) has to offer. We have only jumped over to the island a couple of times over the past visits, but next time, we will endeavour to see delve deeper and see what lies beneath the surface. Probably not much being a business district/bustling city, but you just never know… HK has its surprises!

During our honeymoon, we spent a lot more time chilling and taking strolls rather than rushing to visit every attraction HK has to offer. Since this is almost a second home to us, we didn’t have to behave like tourists and we really enjoyed just eating and shopping and spending more time with family. We did finally visit Disneyland which we were a little put off to begin with when it first opened, but we thought we might as well tick off another attraction off our list! It was delightful but not as fantastic as I imagined other Disneylands to be as the park is quite small in comparison to its American Counterpart, however, Kev and I really made the most of it and lasted till then end to watch the spectacular fireworks display.

Here are just a few pics from our honeymoon. We also made a visit to S. Korea - Seoul.

Everland Attraction Park in S.Korea

Prawn & Mango Sushi

Kevin taking in a leisurely stroll along Clear Water Bay and soaking in the sun

Kev and I at Times Square

Enjoying a Korean BBQ round the corner from our Hotel

Robot Wars!! Can you believe they are some sort of shell fish?! Ah-maazzing. Never seen anything like it before! This was at Sai Kung

Kevin holding a $3000 king crab. Awesome.

At Seoraksan National Park, S.Korea

A magnificent temple At Seoraksan National Park, S.Korea


  1. ooooh, you came to S.Korea for your honeymoon? Awesome~~ You guys make suuuuch a cute couple ;)


    1. Yes, we loved Seoul..we were on a guided tour so we wished we had more time to shop but they did take us to the popular places like Dongdaemun. Every day we were kimchi'd out (in a good way) and loved all the BBQ dinners we had. We went to the place where they cooked the infamous ginseng chicken stuffed with rice in soup which was nice. Overall, S.Korea was a really pleasant holiday and packed a lot of things in, in 5 days. very memorable :) Am very fond of Korea overall.


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