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Hong Kong travel journal pt. 2

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As we prepare for our next adventure, I wanted to look back at the last part of our Hong Kong travel journal and share some more photos with you. It’s been over a month since we traveled to Asia, and putting together this travel journal gave me a serious case of wanderlust. The first part of Hong Kong is here, and the Taipei travel journal is here.

One of the best perks of traveling for me is to be able to shop at local stores. Like this cozy sweater dress for instance. I got it at a small boutique in Taipei for $25! It was super fun to style it with a pair of faux leather pants and the Isabel Marant knot belt. Photos were taken in Hong Kong.

A few Hong Kong tips: If you’re a coffee lover, check out my favorite coffee shops 18 Grams and The Coffee Academics. If you’re a high tea lover, the afternoon tea service at The Peninsula Hotel is also a must.

Thank you for reading!

xx Melis

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43 thoughts on “Hong Kong travel journal pt. 2

  1. Siffat Haider says:

    I have a 12 hour layover in Hong Kong on my way back to Toronto and you are tempting me to explore the city in the short time I have (and maybe even miss my flight). As always your look is perfect, adore your grey sweater!
    xo
    Siffat
    http://icingandglitter.com

    • hahaha you totally should babe minus the missing your plane part of course. 🙂 I’m loving all your travel photos, hope you’re having a great time dear

      xx Melis

  2. You are very welcomed to come back again, beautiful!
    Love these photos that you took, some of the places I always pass by~ and the high tea in Peninsula is good but too difficult to get in as they don’t take reservations… queued up once for 1.5 hours one weekend myself…

    Looking forward to your other adventures!

    Chloe // http://stylebychloe.com

    • Thank you, I’d love to come back! Yes the high tea line.. We had to wait in line as well, but it was definitely worth it. Can’t wait to explore more places next time. 🙂

      xx Melis

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