My third day in Hong Kong began with a trip to Tim Ho Wan, the cheapest Michelin-star restaurant in the world. Tim Ho Wan serves delicious dim sum (Chinese dumplings), which are some of my all-time favorite foods. My meal there definitely did not disappoint—it was probably the best dim sum I’ve ever had!
After the amazing meal of dim sum, we made our way to the Ngong Ping cable car on Lantau Island, which would take us to a beautiful area that is home to a large Buddha statue and a monastery. The cable car was 3.5 miles long and took about 25 minutes. It was a somewhat scary but beautifully scenic ride.
From the Tian Tan Buddha, we took a bus to Tai O, an island with a famous fishing village of the same name. The area was beautiful and the fishing village was full of character. It was like a mini Venice in Hong Kong.
We returned to take the Ngong Ping cable car back down that evening.
That night we had dinner at the highly rated restaurant Din Tai Fung.
My Hong Kong adventures continue on Day 4…