Hong Kong Wifi
5. Taking a walk along Victoria Harbour from Central Harbour to the Hong Kong Expo & Convention Centre. I really enjoy walks and this route was a great for exercise and for photographers. It’s great for a warm day because there will be a light breeze coming from the harbour on one side and interesting parks and sightseeing areas on the other. After your walk, you can treat yourself or a friend to an ice-cream cone when you reach the expo for a job well done.
Cafe Habitu is a chain restaurant and there are many in Hong Kong. But one thing remains the same amongst all of the cafes. This is their sandwiches. They are delicious and definitely one of the best I’ve ever had. Not only is this a great place for food, it’s also a great place to work. The tables are spacious and they have free internet, the password to the wifi is usually printed at the bottom of your receipt. For those who haven’t been to Hong Kong, wifi isn’t always accessible and it’s hard to find, especially free wifi. I must also add that their cappuccino is decent.
. I have no idea how they make their eggs and steamed milk but it is mindblowingly amazing. I’m not sure if “mindblowingly” is a word, but I think you got my point. My friend even started clapping when the waiter brought her egg sandwich to the table. Some might find the waiters a bit rude, but it’s the norm in Hong Kong. Everyone moves extremely quickly in this restaurant. But one thing to keep in mind is that the food comes almost instantly. They bring your order to your table within 5 minutes of you ordering. Also, their food is not expensive at all. For such quality at an inexpensive price, Australia Milk Company is definitely a place to visit in Hong Kong.
. This little cafe shop is well hidden from the busy Hong Kong city. It’s located at the end of a small street on Sheung Wan. Their famous Masala chai tea latte and green tea cheesecake is mouthwatering. My friend’s cousin even recognized this place by looking at a picture of just the cheesecake on the plate. I don’t think you can find a better Masala chai tea latte in Hong Kong. This place is the best and I’m definitely missing their food in Toronto.