Posts tagged: 香港旅游局

第一次 072410

By , July 26, 2010 2:14 am

自从高中毕业,不必穿校服,便不再穿裙子。更不善打扮。

我们香港之行的第二天,7月24日,香港旅游局贴心安排,香港著名造型师 Celia Wong 赞助,让队里的四位女生(包括我),彻底转型,改变自己。

Celia 问,想尝试什么样的造型呢?

自向对装扮、化妆都随性,便和Celia 说,由您决定。

也因此迎来了我五年以来的第一次……

当 Celia 为我挑来了一件尤其特别、与众不同的裙子……

天啊。(但,还是拼命告诉自己,要相信 Celia 的专业与能力。)

勉为其难,换上了裙子,那真的就是 5 年来的第一次 (如果不包括校服,我大概也有7年没穿裙子了。)

之后,便穿着裙子,和 Celia 穿街走巷,来到了 Celia 专用的化妆间。Celia 交代后,化妆师便在我脸上“动工”。这工程可不小,因为,我生平最怕花 Eyeliner,装眼睫毛。自然知道,化妆师画得很辛苦。

开始做头发……

完成!这就是 Celia 改造后的我!

很不一样吧?我差点儿认不出自己了。

Celia, 我 和 负责为我化妆的化妆师……

哈,就这样,我7年以来的第一次,就在香港!

但,最后还是要把裙子还给 Celia,回到原来的随性装扮。

只是,Celia 让我明白,也让我知道,原来,我也能穿裙! 谢谢!

(照片: omy.sg Alvin Lim)

豪华早餐 072410

By , July 25, 2010 11:31 pm

7 月 24 日 – 豪华早餐

近四点半才睡,八点半便起身,准备下楼吃一吃这梦幻酒店的早餐。

早餐会否…… 金玉其外?

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显然,我是多虑的。The Mira,金玉内外!感谢香港旅游局!

美食一道又一道,真想和 Peter 借个 BellyCan I borrow your belly, Peter?

不说还好,一说,Peter 便脚底抹油,吃饱便离开,就剩我和两位眼镜先生 – Lawrence 和 思斌。

少了 Peter 的 Belly,只能少吃些……只吃了这么:

哦,还有两杯新鲜榨的苹果汁和芒果汁……

之后,便和 Lawrence 上街逛逛,好好消化消化,等待午餐!

即将出发,香港我来了!

By , July 23, 2010 7:50 pm

即将乘搭 CX636 飞往香港,到了香港,便是3天3夜 无限精彩旅程。感谢 香港旅游局 赞助 和 OMY.sg 的 新加坡部落格大奖!

6点半左右独自一人抵达机场,其他参赛者已在今天中午抵达香港。提交了行李,便背着背包、手提电脑,四处走动。毕竟,过去两年,往往因为之前的工作(设计师),兼顾大学学业,自我进修等等而无暇出国。

赴港之前,在 T1 的 Killiney Kopitiam,享用一道本地美食 —— 叻沙 Laksa。

之后,便是朝往 D49 出发。香港,我来了!

Duddell Street Starbucks in 1960’s Hong Kong Bing Sutt Style!

By , July 23, 2010 7:19 am

Back during the school days, everyone know me as the ‘Karung Guni'(malay word for junk collector). Collecting old pieces of porcelain, knick-knacks of all sorts and even shamelessly trying to fit myself into tiny vintage dresses.


Although you won’t be able to find authentic Hong Kong Milk Tea in Starbucks but I’m pretty sure that you’ll love its “Bing Sutt” corner, a place where locals go for fresh coffee. Located only in the southwest corner of Duddell Street, Central District, you would have thought that it looks just like a cookie-cutter chain store you’ve seen around the world. Follow on.

I love climbing the stairs, especially to places leading you to another space where you explore and get surprised!

Taking a quick glance at the front counter and saw…


…a piece of odd looking furniture sitting near the pillar.

My heart skipped a beat — A GEM! A customized retro baby chair which comes with rollers too! Its such a hard find these days!

Looking beyond the espresso machines and find yourself this awesome space…

The ‘Bing Sutt’ has long remember as a place where people can go to feel connected to each other. Although it literally means “ice room”, it was actually the coffeehouse back in the 1950’s through to the 1970’s. Coffee, tea and iced beverages or trendy Western treats such as soda pop and ice-cream were served. The bing sutt was a fusion of Eastern traditions and Western modernization.

The location was chosen because of its relationship with the arts community and its a place to feel inspired, creative and connected to each other through simple goodness of your favorite drink and the feel good neighborhood spot. The atmosphere here is simply amazing — timeless yet inviting! It is as good as the beverages served (make sure you get a good dose of caffeine)

*Growl. More pictures after breakfast, please.

Starbucks + Bing Sutt Concept
Shop M2, Mezzanine Floor
Baskerville House
13 Duddell Street, Central

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