This is Hong Kong Travel Itinerary Day 2 for my Hong Kong Trip in 2017.

Read more of my earlier days in Hong Kong:

Day 1 – Tsim Sha Tsui

On the second day in Hong Kong, we visited the two biggest shopping centre  – Harbour City and IFC Mall.

FIRST VISIT
HARBOUR CITY + OCEAN TERMINAL DECK, Tsim Sha Tsui
3-27 Canton Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

Harbour city is one of Hong Kong’s largest shopping mall, which consists of 5 sections within the mall: Gateway Arcade, Ocean Centre, Ocean Terminal, Marco Polo Hong Kong Hotel Arcade, and Star Annex.  It has over 450 shops, around 70 restaurants, three hotels, an art gallery and an observatory deck. – Discover Hong Kong

How to get there:

West Rail Line, East Tsim Sha Tsui L5 or L6

THE OBSERVATORY DECK @ OCEAN TERMINAL DECK

harbour city harbour mall
BRUNCH

Tim’s Kitchen, ICC Mall, Yau Ma Tei
1 Austin Rd W, West Kowloon, Hong Kong

We had late breakfast at Tim’s Kitchen in ICC Mall. The mall is within the Ritz Carlton Hong Kong and SKY 100 Building. Our initial plan was to have dim sum at TIN LUNG HEEN CANTONESE RESTAURANT. It’s a higher end dim sum restaurant in Hong Kong. Unfortunately, we failed to secure a table as advanced booking is required. So we ended up having dim sum in the mall, which turns out to be pretty good as well.

How to get here:

Tung Chung Line, Kowloon Station

SECOND VISIT
IFC Mall, Central HK
Central, Hong Kong

IFC, or also known as the International Financial Center, consists of two IFC Tower, Four Season Hotel & Place and IFC Mall. International Finance Centre is the creation of Asia’s leading financial and property development companies. – IFC HONG KONG

The shops inside are very similar to Harbour city, mainly luxury retailers. We did not spend much time in IFC mall. My favourite part of the mall was their Starbucks. They have so much food variety.

How to get here:

Tsuen wan line – Central Station / Tung Chung Line, Hong Kong Station

LATE LUNCH
Yat Lok Roast Goose, Central HK (MICHELIN GUIDE)
Conwell House, G/F, 34-38 Stanley St, Central, Hong Kong

Yat Lok Roast Goose is a Michelin Guide restaurant in Hong Kong. The place is REALLY tiny and you most likely need to queue up during peak hour like lunch time. We went for a late lunch so there wasn’t a queue for us. We all know Hong Kong is famous for its roast meat and stuff. So We have really high hope for this restaurant. I do have to say it was a bit of disappointment for how good people said it is. We ordered a roast goose and a Char Siew (BBQ Pork). The Char Siew was dry but the Roast goose was good, but there’s no “WOW” effect to this meal. It was also pretty pricey compared to what we had in Tsim Sha Tsui, I think they jacked up the price as they have gotten famous.

I’m not saying it’s not great. The food is decent and good but we just don’t think it’s as good as a “Michelin guide”. This is subjective of course.

How to get here:

Tsuen wan line – Central Station and walk to the restaurant.

THIRD VISIT
Walk around Central & Admiralty Hong Kong

So after having our lunch, we have a lot of time to kill. So we basically just walked around the whole Central Hong Kong all the way to Admiralty Area. We didn’t do much shopping but we enjoyed the culture and the busy streets of Central Hong Kong, which is a good way to experience Hong Kong and embrace its architectural beauty.

Photo-Bombing Alert Below! HAHA but I hope you enjoy the visuals.

POTTINGER STREET @ CENTRAL HONG KONG

ADMIRALTY HONG KONG

DINNER & DESSERT
Japanese Dinner + iCremeria, Harbour City Tsim Sha Tsui
3-27 Canton Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

Finally, for our dinner we decided to head back to Harbour City in Tsim Sha Tsui. We were exhausted from all the walking and so we just randomly picked a Japanese Restaurant in Harbour City Mall. I did not note down the name of the restaurant as the meal was pretty bad. Luckily we found a Japanese Ice Cream store – iCremeria, just next to the Japanese Restaurant. They have all kinds of Green Tea flavour dessert, as well as the famous Japanese Melon dessert. If you are a green tea lover, I highly recommend this dessert place.

JAPANESE DINNER @ HARBOUR CITY MALL TSIM SHA TSUI

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So that ends our Hong Kong Travel Itinerary Day 2. It’s very simple and straightforward itinerary. We don’t travel intensely and visit a lot of places in one day as we prefer to travel comfortably. I hope you guys enjoy!

Thank you for stopping by!

XOXO,

MINNEE ❤

 

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