HK > MO > MY

It’s too hot to properly blog, so here are some quick observations from our trip so far:

Hong Kong: escalators, Prada, Swiss watches, green hills, pedestrian skyways, luxury cars, century egg congee, pork in everything, multi-modal public transport, double decker trams (street cars) aka “ding dings”, and ever more shopping malls

Macao: Christmas decorations, corrugated aluminum roofs, many Chinese tourists with large Digital SLRs who don’t speak Portuguese, tasty egg custard tarts, gaudy Vegas style Casinos, and high speed hydrofoil ferries

Kuala Lumpur: Scooters, heat and sweat, delicious street food, spicy street food, dangerous traffic patterns, lack of pedestrian rights, multi-ethnicity and religious co-existence, no shoes indoors, cheeky monkeys, and iced coconut juice

View from Stanley pier

View from Stanley pier, HK

Christmas decorations at St. Paul's ruins, Macao

Christmas decorations at St. Paul's ruins, Macao

Staircase, Macao

Staircase, Macao

Grand Lisboa hotel & casino, Macao

Grand Lisboa hotel & casino, Macao

Zoe in purple at the Masjid Negara

Zoe in purple at the Masjid Negara

Malaysian street food in KL

Malaysian street food in KL

Hindu vendor, Batu Caves

Hindu vendor, Batu Caves

View of KL from Batu Caves

View of KL from Batu Caves