Planewonder does Hong Kong

Landed in Chek Lap Kok Airport (very) early on Friday but it already feels like I’ve been here for about 2 weeks despite only being here for 3 days in reality.


Not your typical Hong Kong view

I spent the first 8 hours on Friday working from home before it was time to head over to the Sheung Wan for dinner.

Mrs. Pound was a speakeasy restaurant chosen for our night time feed.

It’s always a treat being able to catch up with good friends in a different city, especially when nothing has been planned and when you find other out-of-towners visiting at the same time!

This speakeasy bar slash restaurant provided us with good food and the perfect setting that housed our good vibes for the evening.


Mrs. Pound

Post dinner, we headed to Racks MDB to have a couple of drinks after dinner (as we do) before I hopped over to a club opposite called Tazmania Ballroom for a bit of Hip Hop and R&B. The rest of the night was pretty much a fun-filled blur.


Woke up the next day and spent the entire day with my nieces and nephew before night time repeated itself. We had dinner at Ho Lee Fook; another go to whenever I visit Hong Kong. Food was on point. No surprise really.

Just order everything you can read on the menu. Trust a girl who likes to eat.
e.g. Me.


Ho Lee Fook

We then bar hopped until we ended up at Bungalow.


Bungalow – Follow me on Instagram @LaLa_Lee

The night was fun as is every other night out about in Hong Kong is.

I spent the rest of my trip in Hong Kong focusing on work from home as any other #digitalnnomad working remotely would do before packing up and flying to my next city, Kuala Lumpur.


Till next time, Hong Kong

p.s. Follow me on Instagram @LaLa_Lee

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One thought on “Planewonder does Hong Kong

  1. happynfull says:

    Looks great !! I can’t wait to see photos of fresh dim sum

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