It's that time of year again. It's DuanWu Festival, aka 端午节. Almost all chinese fellows throughout the world would gather around with their family for dinner, and eat rice dumplings, aka 裹粽. Just like the one below:
Note the yellowish egg yolk in it. Superb quality egg yolk I would say.
Too bad. It's for your eyes only as that can be only found in Hong Kong International Airport.
Yes, Hong Kong International Airport. Don't believe it? Here's my proof.
Boarding Passes to Hong Kong
We were asked to come to the airport early for group check in. So I wandered around with my camera.
Ceilings of KKIA Airport
My Model reading her story book while waiting for departure
After 3 hours long of flight, we finally arrived our flight destination. Hong Kong International Airport.
I am personally amazed by the infrastructure and superstructure they have here.
Hong Kong International Airport Transit Lounge
However, we need to wait for another few hours for another trip. *Gasp* Where are we going?
Group Leader asking for directions..
Group members awaiting further instructions..
Vitamin Drinks..Colorful isn't it?
Flight Information Screen
It's a extremely busy day for Hong Kong International Airport. In fact, they are busy everyday.
Waiting is a pain
Everyone is waiting. What are we waiting?
Ferry Terminal Information Screen
YES! This is it! We are waiting for the ferry 8S125 bound to Macau to open!
Beautiful WC. Let me know if you want to know what is that guy up to.
Directions to Ferry Terminal.
That escalator is going up and up and up. About 5 storey high.
No way I am going to stop isn't it?
A warm 'pit stop' by Starbucks before boarding the ferry
Open sesame! To the Ferry!
Yea. We are about to head to our final destination on a super high speed ferry.
This ferry can carry approximately 200++ passengers from Hong Kong International Airport Ferry Terminal to Macau Ferry Terminal in 1 hour.
The ferry is just behind us.
That is very fast compare to our ferry service back in my hometown :|
FYI, this is a trip arranged by our company. A 5 days 4 nights trip visiting Macau and Hong Kong.
Will post more photos soon.
Now, eat your 裹粽 and wish your friends and family happy 端午节.
PS: You may refer to the first photo if your 裹粽 is not tasty.
Leave a comment if you are doing the exact same thing I'm doing :P
Again, happy 端午节!!