I went to Hong Kong for 4 days as a short holiday after my long-tired work. It was a grand sale season... but that is not a reason that I went there (and I haven't done any shopping in the entire trip because there are so many things to do there)...
I arrived Hong Kong in the evening and went into town by the Airport Express train. I have got a free in-town ticket from Khun Aun's friend who went to the airport for a depart but kindly bought a return ticket for me (to Kowloon station). We have to add 5 more hong kong dollar in order to let us continue travelling to Hong Kong station (on Hong Kong island).
Then, we continued our journey to the Kowloon Tong station (on Kowloon side) in order to put all my luggages to the university's student resident. The weather was really extreamly hot and we had to walk uphill in order to get there. Besides, we were pretty rush to do everything in order to go back in to town and catch up with the "Symphony of light" show on time (at 8pm).
Luckily that we made it! We enjoyed seeing the show at the "Avenue of the stars" area until it finished. And then, we took a walk along the path ways to admire the stars' names on the footpath. We went to have dinner at a nice & hidden restaurant in Tsim Sha Shui, walked up Nathan Road and went to the night market in order to buy a plug converter (I have just realised that Hong Kong use UK's plug style) and exercised our bargaining skills. That's all for the first day.