Cheung Sha Wan, Prince Edward and Tsim Sha Tsui.
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We woke up at 8.30 a.m.. and went to Peking Road’s Mc Cafè to get our breakfast. Afterwards, we caught the MTR, Tsuen Wan Line, to go to the Lei Cheung Uk Han Tomb in Cheung Sha Wan. We got off at the underground stop which bears the same name (Cheung Sha Wan), walked for 5 minutes to reach the venue. As a matter of fact the place, especially if you think we are talking about the several thousand-years old chinese history, is very interesting and shows you the enormous heritage of China as well as chinese pleople inclination toward communion of history, society, customs, usages. This inclination has been achieved by a political unification of all the people who live in what we now recognize to be China, that has been reached thousand of years ago.
After having visited the venue, we rested for a while in the garden right beside the museum. Afterwards, had a walk for catching the bus number 112 in Camp Street, few steps far from the museum. We caught the bus and got off in Prince Edward Railway Station and walked toward the Flower Market, a busy and unique place.
After that, we relaxed in a small park in Prince Edward Road West among people having their lunch break. Then, moved to Mong Kok MTR station to go to Tsim Sha Tsui. Afterwards, we moved to Tsim Sha Tsui’s waterfront in order to rest a little, first, take a seat and enjoy “A symphony of lights”, afterwards.
Anyway, got something to eat before having our “until 8 p.m.” seating.
Eventually, we saw again the “A symphony of lights” show among hundreds of people. Then, we went to an International supermarket to buy some fruits. Back home at 9.30 p.m..