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Hong Kong 2011

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S: Hong Kong October 2011

BC: By Tiffany Lim Baura 07.17.2012

FC: Hong Kong October 2011

2: From airplane to airport.

3: We're here!

5: Upon arriving in Hong Kong, we went straight to Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel. The check-in was a bit long but quite orderly | In the meantime, we spotted 3 princesses at the hotel lobby! There's that little princess who captures our hearts every day.

6: Dawn

9: Troy enjoyed the garden maze

10: Cuteness overload! Disney themes everywhere. There were mini versions of robes and slippers.

11: Troy and Dens enjoying the room

12: We took the hotel shuttle and headed for Disneyland | Hello Disneyland! It's Dawn's first time to visit a Disney theme park.

13: Waiting for the parade

18: We saw these people riding the red jeep. It was announced that they are royalty so i took a picture.

19: Festival of the Lion King, an original interpretation of the Disney animated film The Lion King

23: Magical fireworks display by Tinkerbell's castle

25: Bedtime for our little princess

26: Day 2 at Disneyland Hong Kong

30: Our little masked rascal was on the loose. Look at that mischievous grin...

32: Autopia | A Disneyland attraction in which patrons steer specially designed cars through an enclosed track.

36: Golden Mickey Show

38: Cool! The guy paints Disney character faces with water using his broom.

41: Troy and Dawn

42: Indoor Pool

43: After 2 nights at the Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel, we moved to the city and stayed for another 3 nights at The Park Lane Hotel in Causeway Bay. | Bumped into Ninong Ben and Ninang Jo upon checking in.

44: Shopping and Dining in Hong Kong

45: We met a-pe and his family

52: Streets of Hong Kong

53: Welcome to Ocean Park!

55: Troy & Dawn

56: Ocean Park Tower One of the tallest observation towers in Southeast Asia. Rises 200 metres above sea level with a rotating observation deck at the top offering 360 views of the South China Sea.

60: Stroller don't hold me down from striking a pose for the camera - Dawn Baura

61: Meeting family and friends in Hong Kong!

62: See you again, Hong Kong!

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