We arrived in Hong Kong early Monday morning and the temperature was 27°C and so humid.
On our way to the hotel we passed by these towering skyscrapers, these are actually apartments.
Every time I return to Hong Kong these dwellings seem to be getting smaller and smaller.
Hence to accommodate its huge population, building up is the only way to go.
After dropping off our luggage, it was still quite early
and most shops and restaurants do not open until 10 or 11am.
So we decided to have a quick breakfast at Keung Kee Roasted Meat Restaurant
which is only 2 mins walk from our hotel.
Iced Coffee, Lemon Tea, Lemon Water
BBQ Pork Noodle
While waiting to meet up with my family,
we strolled at the nearby Wan Chai Fresh and Wet Market.
Besides, what better way to experience a city and
immerse yourself in its local culture than to visit its market.
These fish balls come in variety of shapes and sizes.
The friendly fishmonger.
Live prawns (yummy!) and freshly caught fish.
Roasted duck, goose, chicken and pig.
Keung Kee Roasted Meat Restaurant
Shop A & B,
G/F 9-17 Tin Lok Lane,
Wan Chai, Hong Kong
Wan Chai Fresh & Wet Market
Wan Chai Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong