Part 2 of our trip we visited one of Hong Kong’s oldest Chaa Chan Teng, Mido Cafe, which is only 5 mins walk from our hotel where a lot of movie directors used to come. We also visited Fa Yuen Street, which is also known as Sneakers Street, bought a pair of sneakers there and had my favourite stinky tofu from the street food chain. Look for 真美味 (Chun Chun Mei), they sell the best stinky tofu in my opinion.

If you’re a Starbucks addict, the vintage Starbucks Cafe near Fa Yuen Street is a place you should visit as well. In the evening, we went to the AIA carnival near the Hongkong Station before heading to Lan Kwai Fong to chill out. It was a simple yet fulfilling day for us.

Link to part 1: http://whitegrandeur.co/travel-diary-hongkong-2017-1/









Mido Cafe 美都餐室
63 Temple Street
Nearest MTR: Yau Ma Tei

Fa Yuen Street 花園街
Nearest MTR: Mongkok

Vintage Starbucks Cafe 旺角星巴克
91 Sai Yee Street
Nearest MTR: Mongkok

(16th December – 12th February)
Central Harbourfront Event Space
9 Lung Wo Road
Nearest MTR: Hongkong/Central

Lan Kwai Fong 蘭桂坊
Nearest MTR: Central

<stay tuned for part 3!>

Just a small note, we’re opening 1 (or half) more slot for a casual couple/engagement/pre-wedding shoot on our next trip to Taiwan between 31st March – 6th April. It’s our first official work trip so we are offering a very good rate to our couple who will be joining us. If you’re planning to visit Taiwan on the same period, we hope you’ll be able to join us for a day (or half) of an intimate photography session. If you are keen, drop us an email at whitegrandeur@gmail.com for more information!