Hong Kong is just a wonderful city to visit. It's vibrant and fast paced. People there tend to walk very fast.
I've been to Hong Kong a few times, I think I prefer it during the cooler season. Mid Oct onwards. However during which shopping for clothing wise would be pretty limited as clothes of thicker materials or longer sleeves would be 'in' fashion then - which would then be not very applicable for our all summer type of climate back here in Singapore. Still if you like to walk down a long stretch of shopping belt like as if the whole street is 'air-conditioned' or like Genting Highlands, then it would be a nice time to visit Hong Kong.
In any case, this visit during Jun saw a hotter climate in Hong Kong. As I've visited Victoria Peak during my previous trip there, I decided to give it a miss this round.
Instead I went to the Disneyland there - it's my first visit to any Disneyland.
I went during a Sunday and was found out that contrary to what I had thought, Sunday (or weekends) Disneyland would see a lesser crowd due to the higher admission charges.
To get there, we took the MTR and you have to switch to the special Disney Train.
At the main entrance it reads "HERE YOU LEAVE TODAY AND ENTER THE WORLD OF YESTERDAY, TOMORROW AND FANTASY."
The queue for Winnie the Pooh ride was 40 mins.......phew.....shows how popular Winnie is.
One of the attractions that I like there was the 4-D theatre. Think we have something similar in Sentosa which I've yet been to.....but I really enjoyed the 4-D (not the ToTo or 4-D by Singapore Pools) theatre..... I felt like a kid again while watching the show. You have to put on the special glasses and you'll be treated to sights and smells and spurts of water at your face, very well coordinated with the scripts of the show.