One day, my elder girl Jo (was just 3.5 at that time), came running to me and said, “Mommy..mommy! Disneyland is SUPER fun!”. Pretended to be puzzled, I asked her. Then she described a youtube video which she watched with daddy, featuring fun and excitement in this kids’ wonderland. She continued and said in a hurry, “We have to faster start packing NOW Mommy, we are flying to Hong Kong Disneyland today!!”
So there, the surprise vacation for her, a success!😂
We’ve been to Hong Kong for a couple of times, but it’s our first, flying there with them. Therefore, most of the highlights from our itinerary this time were for their entertainment’s sake. Of course, we didn’t forget to fill our stomach to the brim with, CANTONESE DELICACIES!
It’s time to fly, Bon Voyage!
The whole 4 hours flight was a pleasant one, awesome services provided by SIA crews. While Jo totally immersed herself in the varieties of cartoon movies she can choose to watch, Jubi happily binge on tasty snacks. With that, both forgotten their nap. 😔
Upon reaching Hong Kong International Airport, Jubi dozed off. We head to one of the restaurant there, for a decent meal after getting the local SIM cards for unlimited WIFI.
Chinese Restaurant : Ho Hung Kee @ Hong Kong International Airport Terminal 2
Dry noodles with braised trotters. The noodles are tasty and it has a springy texture, but the trotters taste rather bland. Our palate definitely spoiled by Singapore’s version of braised trotters, tasteful and flawless.. 😂
Stir fried beef horfun. Like Dim-sum, stir fried beef horfun is a must try, if you never eat this before, you’ve never been to Hong Kong. 😜 Calories in this dish is unforgiving, so you might wanna slow down even though it taste really, really good.
Hong Kong style Chee cheong fun with prawns filling. Who wouldn’t like a silky-smooth-slides-down-my-throat kind of rice rolls? That’s proudly Hong Kong style. The savoury sauce ladled on Chee cheong fun, makes it even more flavourful. You’ll find common filling which is charsiew (bbq pork) or prawns. We usually go for prawns, because, if it’s made out of fresh prawns, you’ll get an additional succulent and crunchy texture. The one we had here, didn’t disappoint us. Tasty!
Red bean paste is a hot sweet dessert. This is one of my favourite, totally a fan for it’s blended red beans aroma and it isn’t too sweet. Red bean paste is easy to prepare at home. You can also make ice pops if there is leftover.
Overall, it’s a good meal here and there are lots of heavenly food awaiting for us, say, Michelin Star awarded Kam’s Roast?