All you want to know about where to eat, what to wear and what to buy when I was in HongKong last week.
F O O D
Huannie brought me to have ramen @ Butao (Universal Noodles) located at Causeway Bay. We were there about 9 and the restaurant was still packed with people. We queued for a while at the same time being handed an omotenanshi sheet (menu order form) to have our personalised bowl of ramen in terms of soup base, richness of soup, noodles hardness and additional toppings. We both ordered the same butao soup-based, rich in flavour, normal in seasoning, normal secret signature sauce (that i've no idea what's it), shoulder char siew, hard texture noodles except I've chosen onions and added on soft boiled egg meanwhile Huannie wanted extra char siew. There were bottles of condiments and preserved vegetables available for you to add more flavour with you ramen. I personally love to go for the preserved vegetables that add a little spicy to my ramen.
O U T F I T
It's summer in HK so I brought my usual casual clothing back in KL. I wore a bright, colourful tank top with an easy-care leather pants, matching with the reddish stockings and black colour boots. Don't you love to wear matching colours outfit like I do?
Joyrich top // Topshop shorts // Forever 21 boots // Uniqlo stockings // 3.1 Philip Lim bag // Saint Laurent bracelet
S H O P
Happy girl was beyond her happiness because she finally got her first Loubis. Add to the list were RiRi x Mac make up collection, bronzer and eye palettes, and Vivienne Westwood earrings (which i forgot to snap a picture of them).
The purpose of this trip to HongKong was for a not-so-secret project, HongKong Disneyland Challenge Trail which I'll be writing more in my next post. Although it may look like from the outside that I was on a holiday, in fact I was tirelessly shooting with other bloggers and NTV7 crew for this campaign, which you all wouldn't have seen under the lens how I go about portraying my day-to-day lives and work.
So stay tune for my HKDLTRAIL post :)