At NAIA, leaving for Hong Kong, we got through immigration without a hitch. It was a breeze, even. The Immigration Officer (IO) only asked for my passport and boarding pass. After getting off the plane though, we got stopped by an IO at Hong Kong International Airport.
Hong Kong Disneyland is a childhood dream. Anybody who says they’re too cool for that can suck it. Plus, it’s just a ferry-ride away from Macau!
It seems like when we talk about trips to Hong Kong – Macau, the trend these days is to get the iVenture Hong Kong and Macau Attractions Pass offered by KLOOK.
When planning our 4D3N trip, I also first looked into the benefits of it. In the end though, we chose not to go that route.
I could feel my 6 year old self being proud of me as soon as I stepped off the Disneyland train and walked towards the arch and the fountain that welcomes everyone.
There’s something magical about it. Walking along Hong Kong streets late at night.