The room is clean and the hotel staff were all nice so we did not regret staying at Cosmo Hotel. It’s location is very accessible and quiet too.
We freshened up a bit then head to the streets of Hong Kong. Just randomly walking and looking for “pasalubong” stores.
We watched the Symphony of Light Shows that lasted 13 minutes, too bad we weren’t able to take a photo or video since we were savoring the moment.
After our early morning Tian Tan Buddha adventure, we headed after lunch to one of the highlights of our Hong Kong adventure. Any guess? But before that, we had our lunch at Tung Chung Town Center’s food republic. We had pork Katsu and Fish Fillet Curry. The serving is big and each costs $42HKD.
If you live around Asia and wanted to feel young again, head on to Disneyland Resort Hong Kong – a magical place for adults who are young at heart. So that’s what we did.
We headed back to our hotel and had our late dinner at Mcdonald’s. Long day tomorrow.
Ocean Park now comprises two main attraction areas: the Waterfront (subdivided into three atractions: Amazing Asian Animals, Aqua City, Whiskers Harbour) and the Summit (subdivided into five attraction zones: Marine World, Polar Adventure, Adventure Land, Thrill Mountain and the Rainforest).
Here’s the map of Ocean Adventure for your reference (Credits to Ocean Adventure)
The Ferris Wheel
South Pole Spectacular
Arctic Fox Den
The River Rapids
Rainforest Why Zone
We bought our lunch in a McDonald’s food stall inside the park. The price costs $10HKD more than the regular price.
After our Ocean Park Adventure, we went to the Ladies Market in Tung Choi Street. Ladies Market is just the same as Divisoria and Baclaran’s market. Unfortunately, I haven’t buy anything here since the price is the same as the products we have in the Philippines.