Okay, this was not supposed to be on our itinerary but since we had to walk pass the Citygate to reach Tung Chung station, we might as well go in and have a look. Citygate houses quite a number of established brands and good thing is, they are all on cheap, cheap prices! I bought 3 pairs of Esprit pants for just RM270! A bargain… A highly recommended place to shop when you are in HK.
After some serious retail therapy, we went again to take the MRT to Disneyland. There is only one MRT route that everyone could take and jeez, what a beautiful train it was!
Everything in the train which drove us to Disneyland was not the same as the conventional one. Too bad it was just a short ride, or else we would have taken more pictures. But then nothing’s better than arriving at Disneyland itself!
Finally in the theme park! Paid a whopping HKD350 as entrance fees! Very expensive lor… but then again, it might be the cheapest Disneyland that I can afford to go to!
Of course, a picture taken with Mickey and Minnie. We queued so bloody (sorry, I know there are kids around!) long under the hot sun just to take this picture. We can use our camera to take pictures but the staff would also take a couple with their huge ass professional camera. And yes, we bought their printed version which costed us HKD120.00!
But… if you don’t have a picture with Mickey and Minnie, you wouldn’t be considered having visited Disneyland, right?
We spent like ages here and took a lot of pictures. Can’t post them all here, of course. Disney HK is not too big and we didn’t get to go on all rides. All those terrifying ones, pass! All those too childish ones, pass! Too long queue, pass! Too boring or similar to the last one we rode on, pass!
And wrapping up the visit was of course, shopping! Where else to get souveniers but at Disneyland? No need to think of what to buy later! Stuff were quite expensive and spent about HKD870 in total! Gasp….
What to do, this woman here ramai kenalan!
And when it was really time for us to leave, it had already gotten dark. Our itinerary said that we were supposed to head over to Tsim Sha Tsui fr the Symphony of Lights performance but we were too tired to even think about going there. So, both of us agreed to call it a day and travel all the way back to our hotel.
We ta-paued food on the way back to the hotel and ate there. Too tired to bother with finding food or thinking of what to eat, so just settled for fast food. I was hoping that McDonalds in HK has some pork burgers but too bad, they didn’t. So all I got was grilled chicken.
Although I was supposed to be starving, I just didn’t feel like eating. However, the burger was good. The meat patty wasn’t processed meat but de-boned chicken thigh. It was juicy, too, although food presentation wise, I didn’t think it looked too appetising. Of course Coke and fries taste just the same.