Woke up early in the morning and had my breakfast before heading to Hong Kong Island via public transport. First I took MRT to Mongkok then take the Double-Decker to Central.
While entering the cross-sea tunnel. Toll-payments all done automatically, like our Smart-Tag.
And here we are, heading to Central. The traffic is slightly jammed but because all the drivers stayed in their lane so the traffic is smoother compared to ours.
The city view of Central
The City Garden.
Will never get lost in underground subway.
A place where almost all the high-end brands gathered.
Crossing the road to Sky Peak Tram Station.
We're almost there. Walking distance 5 minutes. Along the journey, we seen many performance cars roaring on the road. Just to named few, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Skyline, Lotus. My favorite would be Mini Cooper. Seeing Mini Cooper in Hong Kong is most likely seeing Myvi in our country. I wonder what's the price for John Cooper Works there.
Upcoming : Sky Peak Tram Station.
Addition Info : Octopus Card
I've forgotten to take a photo of it. Having a Octopus Card in Hong Kong seems very common and you also can see its card-readers everywhere (as below) Generally, you can reload your Octopus Card in every 7-11 in Hong Kong. You can pay almost everything using the card, such as movie tickets, MRT tickets, vending machines and so on. For first time user, you can purchase it at the airport or any MRT station. HKD150 per card, HKD50 as the deposit and HKD100 is the available credit. You can always return the card and the deposit and balance will be refunded immediately unless your card spoilt. If you return the card within 3 months, HKD7 will be charged as the service tax.
Some may prefer buy single tickets but as in my opinion, it's quite troublesome. Using Octopus Card, you can go multiple-ways just by a touch on the readers before exiting the station. What I meant is if you buy single ticket, for instance from Mongkok Station to Disneyland Station, you would need to queue up twice to buy tickets in 2 different stations because they do not have direct train from Mongkok to Lantau Island. You need to take interchange train to reach there.
PS : I got free sun-tanning treatments in Hong Kong.