It’s been almost 8 years since the last time I’ve visited Hong Kong. I am looking forward to see this city again and see what are the many changes. I’ve been there thrice in different occassion, two solo travels and one with my family. We were there when Hong Kong Disneyland Resort just opened and it was a Christmas Holiday travel with the family.

Most of these photos were taken the first time I started taking solo trips out-of-the-country or out-of-town during my birthday month.

Our first out-of-the-country trip as a family started when my father passed away. It was our way of mourning to cope with our loss. Go away as far as we can from the places we used to celebrate Holidays with my father.

Anyway, enough my life drama.

My past visits in Hong Kong were all about tourist destinations , exploring the scenery and immersing myself in their culture by visiting their temples and museums. For my next visit what I plan is to have an #Eatsperience. People around the world flock to Hong Kong to experience its rich culinary landscape. I was not that adventurous with food before but now I’d try anything (except poisonous ones of course).

The Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) gave me a list of the must-try eats that will give every traveller in the city an athentic local experience. Here are the 5 Places 5 Dishes to #Eatsperience Hong Kong Like a Local :

Hop Yik Tai

G/F, 121 Kweilin Street, Sham Shui Po
For a taste of popular Chinese Dish head on to this Michelin guide-recognized eatery known to serve some of the best cheng fun, or noodle rice roll in the city.

Hop Yik Tai


Hop Yik Tai Cheung fun

Kwan Kee Claypot Rice

Shop 10, G/F, Pei Ho Arcade 115-117 Fuk Wa Street, Sham Shui Po
This place have been serving delicious claypot rice meals for over 20 years. Choose from a variety of toppings on your delicious saucy and crisp rice, but most recommended is the Chinese Sausage. Perfect time to visit is before 7Om or after 9pm when the crowd dies down.

Kwan Kee


Kwan Kee Claupot Rice Chinese Sausage


Kwan Kee famous for claypot rice meals

Kei Tsui Cake Shop

G/F, 135 Fa Yuen Street
Kei Sui is as traditional as a Chinese bakery gets. Don’t expect to find your usual cakes here – their branches draw in both local and tourist alike for their variety of old-school snacks that have become hard to find in Hong Kong such as egg tarts, chicken biscuit, and sweetheart cakes.

Kei Tsui Cake Shop


Kei Tsui Flutinous Flat Cake with red bean filling


Kei Tsui Flutinous Flat Cake with red bean filling78

Kam’s Roast Goose

G/F, Po Wah Commercial Center, 226 Hennessy Road, Wan Chai
This eatery was awarded the Michelin star just months after opening and it is apparent why. Founded by the third successor of the world-famous Yung Kee Goose, Kam’s serves only the most delicious roast meats like char siu, barbeque pork, suckling pig and goose. The half century-old family recipe has been satisfying customers since 1974, so the wait will be worth it.

Kams Roast Goose


Kams Roast Goose plated

Sun Kee Noodles

Shop B G/F, 49 Tang Lung Street, Causeway Bay
Locals love card noodles for its affordability, convenience and variety. This street food gained its popularity in 1950s and still remains popular today for Hongkongers looking for a quick ad filling bite to eat. When at Sun Kee, don’t miss out on their famous spicy sauce made from their secret recipe.

Sun Kee Noodles 1
Sun Kee Noodles 2

Can’t wait to try them out? These mouthwatering #Eatsperience dishes can only be savored in Hong Kong. Get to know more about the culturally-rich city one bite at a time. You may try to get an affordable group/family package at the upcoming Traval Tour Expo at SMX Convention Center this February 10-12, 2017!

For more information about Hong Kong visit

Stay gorgeous everyone!