So, I took the ferry over to Kowloon, I don't know how to describe it, it's a totally different feeling than in Hong Kong Island itself. It seems to be a lot more dense in Kowloon with really tall, cluttered apartments. Each of the street in Kowloon seems to be different and specialising in selling something. Just like the picture below, it was taken on the 'Gold Fish Street'. As suggested by the name, the street does not only filled with aquariums but with heaps of pet shops too. It was a heaven for me!
We kept walking and walking till the night time so that we can catch the 8.00pm light works at Victoria Harbour. The light works is a type of collaboration between famous buildings in Hong Kong Island to shoot out laser and different type of lights to attract tourist who will gather and wait at the Victoria Harbour to witness the even every night. It was beautiful and worth the wait.
It was a really hot day, I went back to the hotel to get showered and changed before heading out to Lan Kwai Fong for some drinks with Nic. Together, we took the tram from Causeway Bay into the City Centre. I love the nightlife vibe in Lan Kwai Fong, it reminds me of the same kind of nightlife in Phuket where the whole streets are filled with pubs and bar.
The second day, we went to have Breakfast at Muji. It's literally the first Muji I've seen to have it's own restaurant. It was slightly pricey but so healthy and delicious.