6 days in Hong Kong - 4/9/13 -4/14/13

Day 1 Day 2    Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Day 6

Lunch @ Yung Kee Mid levels escalators Open Market Financial district Star ferry

Day 2 - Central (Financial) District

Central or Central District is the central business district of Hong Kong. It is located in Central and Western District, on the north shore of Hong Kong Island, across Victoria Harbor from Tsim Sha Tsui (where we came from).

Feels like you are New York with lots of skycrapers.


We are headed to the ifc mall (International Financial Centre),

The ifc mall is one of Hong Kong's luxurious and classiest mall. It's a three-level complex housing more than 200 high-end shops (Ferragamo,Louis Vuitton, Prada, etc..), restaurants, as well as a five-screen movie theater.


The International Finance Centre known as "ifc".

This 415 meters (1,361 ft) tall building is currently Hong Kong's second tallest building with 88 storey

Atrium inside ifc mall.

The inside of the mall is very luxurious will tall ceilings and white marble floors.

agnes b. is a very famous French Designer and virtually unknown in the U.S.

What is interesting is in Hong Kong agnès b. is more than just fashion.  agnès b. considers dining culture as an important part of lifestyle and therefore she has stores selling pastries, high end cafe, and



agnès b. LE PAIN GRILLÉ LA LOGGIA is a 4,000 square-feet refuge offering a tribute to the social salons of a bygone age. Housing 150 customers, it offers a series of intimate salons that are carefully crafted to provide an intimate layering of dining experience.


4:00Pm... time for cup of coffee.  Here I am checking out the menu.


View of the counter from our seat.


The place has an upscale vibe.

We had a really nice view of the Harbor.



Nice chandeliers.  Check out the counter... there are so many cups on top of the counter.  I think they are dirty cups and they are so busy and did not have a chance to clear it out.

Very relaxing to seat here and the view is really nice too.  Too bad it was a gray day.

View of Hong Kong Island on the left and Kowloon on the left.


View of The Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC)


The coffee at agnes b. is strong and incredible delicous!



Hoa and I we really enjoyed having a cup of coffee at agnes b.  Very expensive but worth every penny!

Next.. Ferry back to Tsim sha Tsui



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