YOU made my day, Thank You!

While staying at the double room of Taisan Guesthouse, I browsed one of the drawers to look for Hong Kong maps other guests might have left.

brochures and HK maps

True enough, I find brochures and print-outs inside the drawer, but what caught my eye are these three printouts…

my blog posts about HK

A smile creeped into my face the moment I found print outs of my blog posts, call me conceited but I find it flattering that others find my posts helpful. So a BIG thank you to a reader/friend who took time to print these out and made them as your guide. I hope that my posts and future HK posts will be helpful to other travellers as well. Now for other topics like slimming wrap, you can check out my health and beauty blog.

For your reference, here are the links for the three Hong Kong guides:

Shopping in Hong Kong

Hong Kong food trip

Tourist Attractions in Hong Kong

Shopping in Hong Kong: shop till you drop

In Hong Kong, there’s always a sale that awaits you. Hong Kong is a shopping mecca, especially during sale season which runs from July to August. In fact, the Hong Kong Shopping Festival attracts tourists from around the world because of massive sales and incredibly low prices from different shops. But even if its not sale season, most shops offer promos and discounts that keeps shoppers happy.

This self-confessed shopaholic can’t help but check out all the shops around the Tsim Sha Tsui area, while Jeff is overwhelmed with the outdoor shops in Mong Kok. Upon checking the tag prices of the items we’re interested in, we knew our wallets will be in deep trouble, the items are cheaper in Hong Kong compared with our prices here and these shopaholics grabbed the opportunity to shop till wallets ran dry.

In Hong Kong, theres always a sale that awaits you.

In Hong Kong, there's always a sale that awaits you.

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