Hong Kong Part 3: Lunch in Central
I don’t remember too much about this day to be honest lol. I just remember it was insanely hot with a serving of humidity-that’ll-make-your-clothes-stick-to-you on the side… aka regular HK weather.
Central is pretty much as it sounds, the center of Hong Kong and also acts as the main financial district. And it’s also definitely one of the more crowded than the already-crowded districts of Hong Kong. We did some walking around, shopping, and then ended up in Hide-Chan, a Japanese ramen noodle restaurant for lunch. Afterwards we took a quick tour of Lan Kwai Fong (LKF), which is one of the popular clubbing areas in HK, for local and tourists alike. I know you probably can’t tell from the photos, but LKF gets insanely packed and live at night. Cars are no longer allowed to drive on the streets in this area, so it becomes flooded with drunk people, dancing in the streets and drinking their beers lol.
Oh, and we ended up doing those 10 shots for $198 HKD (roughly $25 CAD) on another night… boy were they disgusting lol.