Hong Kong Part 1

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A week ago, I got the chance to go to Hong Kong along with my mom, aunt and cousin. It was a 3-day trip to explore what was dubbed as Asia’s World City. It was my second time to visit the place, and I can tell you that I had a whole new experience this time around.

Starting last year, whenever my family travels, we had a “color coding” to follow in what we wear. This trip was no different. Since we were all girls traveling to Hong Kong, I made sure that our “color coding” was quite girly. For the first day, we were supposed to wear pink. It was cute and we even saw a mall store named ‘Pinky Girls’ and took a picture with it! Since we were going to Disneyland on our second day, we wore Disney-themed shirts. (I’ll write about Disneyland in another post) On our last day, we wore floral-printed tops.

IMG_3077Here’s a picture of us while waiting for boarding time in the airport. (See how we’re all wearing pink? Haha!)

ImageHere’s the store named Pinky Girls. We fit in well!

After arriving at the airport, checking into our hotel and eating lunch, our plan was to go to the Madame Tussauds Wax Museum. It is located at the Peak Tower, Hong Kong Island. When we got inside, we immediately snapped pictures. It was so cool to see famous people (even if they were just wax figures) and take photos with them!

Here are some of the photos:

ImageMarie Tussaud, the founder of the Madame Tussauds wax museum

ImageRobert Pattinson

ImageCatherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge

ImageBarack Obama

IMG_3210Albert Einstein 

Image Marilyn Monroe

Image Audrey Hepburn

ImageDavid Beckham

ImageRonaldinho

ImageYao Ming

ImageTiger Woods

ImageLady Gaga

ImageMadonna

ImageMichael Jackson 

IMG_3384Elvis Presley and Freddie Mercury

IMG_3355The Beatles

Madame Tussauds is also located in other places such as London, Las Vegas, New York, Bangkok, etc. Visit their website for more information: http://www.madametussauds.com/

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