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Hong Kong Tram’s and The Paper Stone Bakery

Hong Kong


Now that it is sinking in that will be extending my stay in Hong Kong till the 30th August , i decided to get adventurous . I strolled down the lane’s of Sheung Wa and caught a tram . This was going to be fun , on a hong kong tram with no idea where to tho and what to see , just endlessly float away the afternoon. The most fun part is drifting away with no goal no destination and no full stop’s. This was the best way to get lost in the city , which i have grown to love . So many of my friend’s i meet and so many old memories were ignited . The tram endlessly criss across the city , with buses trying to overtake each other . It starts to drizzle a bit as people hop on and off the tram .The price is a mere 2 HK and the ride is amazing . Hong has a spark about it with the old and the young living together in harmony .Wit Spice shop’s , mall’s , gemstone market’s and electronic shop’s all trying to sell their wears . The tram had wooden benches and were bit old fashioned , the passengers in grossed in the endless chatter of the day , exchanging notes and just soaking in the atmosphere.

The stop finally came and i jumped out of the steam . I walked back all the way to Central Distrcit when my eyes fell on the freshness of a bakery . This was the Paper Stone Bakery , full od fresh , delicious bread’s , cakes , tart’s , bun and mousses. I couldn’t get enough of it .I walked in and bough a orange mousse and a chocolate tart . This i delightfully savoured as a walked back to my hotel . The bakery sold brads from europe and France and people loved it . I paid 50HK for my two treats and walked out . I recommend this Bakery to any one who enjoyed an evening tea with sank’s breads and cakes . It is a must visit for European travellers who travel to Hong Kong .

Paper Stone Bakery
FWD Financial Centre
308 Des Voeux Road
Hong Kong

This is a must visit also cakes for party and Birth day celebrations.

Posted by Anuj Tikku 02:34 Archived in Hong Kong

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