From Am to PM with me // in Hong Kong


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11:20 AM // chill while house inspecting
That day in HK I had a health inspection going through my apartment just to check out for possible molds, vermin and other icky unwanted. Therefor I had to move some pots and pans from the kitchen cupboard and such to the coach. Meanwhile I reading and Spotifying and had a quite relaxing morning actually.
1:28 PM // a cat event
I have posted + vlogged about this topic before, please check it all out at the link below:
1:48 PM // MOS Burger
Headed to Mong Kok for a quick lunch takeaway at one of my favorite Japanese fast food joint MOS Burger where I got a delicious pumpkin burger. Indeed 100% vegetarian.
4:37 PM // going to Tsim Sha Tsui
Where I met up with aunt B.
5:00 PM // Hong Kong Museum of History
Along with my auntie B. we went to check out a museum called HK Museum of History. I have been here before years ago but it appears that they have added a few new attractions inside the museum which was worth to check it out. And the best part: it`s FREE. I repeat FREE.
An educative museum in modern & traditional style about the history of Hong Kong. Beautiful!
5:51 PM // a veggie snack
From the Museum of History me and my aunt. B walked straight to this small veggie based food place with a takeaway window. Here I got myself a yummy turnip cake, my favorite dim sum.
Ah Sin Vegetarian - Tsim Sha Tsui - HONG KONG

6:18 PM // tea time
But my auntie B. didn`t want anything from the previous veggie shop so we went to another place where we had HK milktea with steamed kaya toast together. I have never had steamed toast before but it tasted pretty nice! I might going to try it out with peanut butter at home.
Ya Kun - Tsim Sha Tsui - HONG KONG

6:37 PM // skyline of HK
After our little food break, me and my auntie B. strolled down to a boulevard to check out the picturesque signature view of HK.
9:17 PM // herbal soup
After a long day spending with my aunt, I went home and on my way I grabbed myself this bottle of herbal soup/tea. Something so convenient that I miss here in Holland.


  1. I love turnip cake! // Free museums are so important <3 // Now I'm craving MOS Burger. I had it once a long long time ago; I can't even remember what I got or what it tasted like! -Audrey | Brunch at Audrey's

  2. I was in Hong Kong last summer visiting my best friend who was living out there at the time, this brings back so many memories - the food in TST was the best!

    The Little Things x

  3. never been to Hong-Kong but it's in my list. in your photos it looks even more dreamy than I normally see. thanks for sharing!

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  4. Great pleasure to visit this amazing blog, thank you for sharing!!!


  5. Mmmmm I really can't get enough of that food


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