Avenue Of Stars

Morning brunch was at Maxim’s City Hall for good tim sum. It’s not the cheapest place around but it is one of the best!

I love the huge chandeliers above! I’m weird that way…. when everyone else is concerned about their food my focus is on the lights.

Next was shopping at Hong Kong Island! I bought a couple of boots and shoes as well as bags. I wore one of my Marc by Marc Jacobs boots immediately! I love the edgy zipper design! A big thank you to my sister who very willingly helped me with my shopping bags that day. I wouldn’t have been able to make it back to the hotel without her!

Tea break consists of birds nest with hashima, mango desserts and XO carrot cake. All of which I love!!!

These dogs were at an adoption booth outside causeway bay station and they were so cute! All extremely well behaved and have the cutest expressions… especially the black one!

We only spent a short time at Avenue of Stars cause I’ve been there many times and Janice was starting to be a little grumpy from all the walking. Anyways… you can view the short compilation on the video below.



  1. christie
    March 4, 2009 / 2:09 am

    hi renzze, nice blog. wow you really are a very stylish girl!!
    i heart your longchamp bag,dear! is it possible for me to find longchamp store in HongKong island? cause i will be going next week for trip and i’d like to buy handbags either longchamp or other brand. do you know?

    my name’s christie.nice to meet you.:)

  2. March 4, 2009 / 2:36 am

    Hi Christie,

    Thanks! There are quite a few longchamp store in HK and the prices there are better compared to Singapore. I bought a few on my previous trip there. You can find longchamp at The Landmark Atrium which is connected to the central MTR station and the same place where I went shopping in my pictures above. If you are staying near Tsim Sha Tsui, you can visit the one at Harbour City which can be found following exit A1 from the Tsim Sha Tsui MTR station. Both Sogo at Causeway Bay and Tsim Sha Tsui also have a small section of Longchamp and if all else fails, you can find Longchamp in the Hong Kong Airport.

    Hope that helps,

  3. March 4, 2009 / 3:15 pm

    Hi Renzze,
    Had been a reader of your blog for more than a year now. 🙂 Love your blog and recently just happened to have the chance view your video from home cos my company had blocked it. I really love the video you put up! Very professionally done up! 🙂
    May I ask, how do you “mute” the voices when you take the video?
    I really “envy” you for flying around and seeing many things outside of Singapore. Wish I can travel to many western countires like you…. I only got to travel mostly to China for work. 🙂
    Check with you, where do you stay when you in HK? Any good hotel to recommend? Heehee… thinking of going next month.
    Take care! And keep your entries going…… 🙂
    Cheers, Katherine

  4. March 4, 2009 / 10:11 pm


    I’m glad you love the video =) The videos are all recorded with sound on. The selection of music and the removal of sounds is done during post editing.

    I think China has got quite a number of pretty sights and I’m actually keen on visiting there should the opportunity arises. Somehow I haven’t found a willing travel companion that wants to visit China with me.

    If you want to stay at Causeway bay (Hong Kong Island), I’ve tried The Excelsior and Lanson Place and I like them both. If you rather stay at the Kowloon side then you can try Langham hotel at Tim Sha Tsui.


  5. March 5, 2009 / 1:34 pm

    Hi Renzze,

    Thanks for sharing the info with me. ;P
    Ya, China do have quite a number of pretty sights, but I still can’t get used to their salty and oily food. And the toilets are just “a different experience”. Heehee…..

    Cheers, Katherine

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