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Hong Kong Trip

Hong Kong Halloween Treats Party – Day Two

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Second day in Hong Kong.

Woke up pretty early that day, we went and had a walk around hotel.. 😀 Surprisingly, everyone wakes up very early over here.. It was around 9 o’clock but there’s quite a number of cars on the street d.

We went and had a morning walk along the Avenue of Stars 🙂

Oh ya, this is Jamie, my travel partner, a cosplayer from Malaysia.

After that, we just went back to the hotel to get ready for the event.

Oh ya, did I told you guys that I actually went to Hong Kong to attend an event, the HKTB-Animax Hong Kong Halloween Treats Party. A cosplay event.

The event was held at the Habour City Mall, which was only less than 10 minutes away from our hotel.

There, we were brought to this big room where cosplayers can get ready for the event.

While cosplayers were preparing their props and clothes; we, bloggers were enjoying our time with food and photos XD

Hiyuki (Singapore) – cosplayer

Jason (Singapore) – cosplayer

Kaika (Singapore) – cosplayer/blogger

Yuki (Thailand) – cosplayer

Jerry (Philippines) – cosplayer/blogger

Rochelle (Philippines) – blogger

Jiaki (Thailand) – cosplayer

Miao (Mars) – a cat in a human suit

Jamie (Malaysia) – cosplayer. ( Pic taken after the event )

Then, the Animax and Hong Kong Tourism Board people came and gave a briefing on the event and the programs that needed to participate. Well, only the cosplayers were needed to participate. XD Life as a blogger is so good~~ LOL

But before that, I thought it would be better if I dress up too as it was a cosplay party after all, and so I…

make myself an anbu suit. Hohoho…

but until I saw the professional cosplayers…

I changed my mind.. XD

Gosh, my suit looked so much like something that is made by a kinder garden kid compares to theirs. XD



Soon after the briefing, the event starts..

There were a lot of people, photographers, cosplayers, etc..

so I would like to apologize for all the shots with heads in it :/

Taking photo with Alodia!!!! Wheeeeee.. the famous cosplayer/VJ/model. 😀

The event was quite long with the many programs like lucky draw, dances, lip-syncing, Jedi performances, interviews etc. If not mistaken, the event was still running when we left the place.


After an awesome dinner from Animax & Hong Kong Tourism Board, we rushed back to the hotel and changed into something casual

(I can’t really recognize the cosplayers without their cosplay costume XD)

and headed for Temple Street ..

I didn’t took much photos there because it doesn’t seems safe to do so 😛

Anyway, the Temple Street is kinda like our Petaling Street or Singapore’s Bugis.. sort of..


After that, we walked for almost an hour or more back to our hotel from the Temple Street. XD

And along the way, we just talked and talked and talked….

okay except me. 😛 Hahaha…


Well, my Hong Kong trip just ended like this ^^” We checked out early the next morning and flew back to Malaysia… =.=

GARGH!! I did not have enough!! I want go Hong Kong again!!! There are so much places I wanna go and so many food I wanna try.  I wanna shoppe too. T3T Can anyone sponsor the cat to Hong Kong??  Pretty please~~

Hmm..although I did not manage to see Hong Kong much but I did learned  a lot of stuffs during this trip. It opened my eyes to the world of cosplay, it is not just people dressing up to characters they like, there are many things behind it.

Well, I’m not good with words. You will understand when you stepped in their world. All I can say is Cosplay is an Art itself. 🙂

Oyah, here’s a photo of me in my cosplay suit.  😛

Hong Kong Trip

Hong Kong Halloween Treats Party – Day One


I just came back from Hong Kong last week for this Halloween Cosplay Party organized by Animax and Hong Kong Tourism Board. Although the trip was short but it was awesome!! Hong Kong is an awesome place, the weather was nice and so does the great people I met there!!

It was 9 in the morning, we (me and another cosplayer from Malaysia) boarded this big air bus. It was my first experience with Cathay Pacific airways, the service was great, not to mention the pretty stewardess 😛

I spent my 3 hours+ watching shows on this mini monitor in front of me. I was too excited to sleep XD

Reached the HKIA, it was huge and the crowd was big. We waited for almost 20 minutes for our turn at the immigration.

Good thing the guy who was arranged to meet us waited, and didn’t took off else we will be trapped in HKIA.

Omg we got a Mercedes for our ride. Not that I never sit in a Mercedes before but this is a first time, I got a Mercedes as a cab. 😀 This is just awesome!! Hahaha… Make us feels like a VIP XD

but i still can’t stand it and took a shot of our driver. XD

It was so cool that the driver even apologized to us for the traffic jam we came into. XD

After 30 minutes, we reached our hotel. Pretty neat I must say:D

Here’s the shot of my room and the view.

Seriously, I have no idea what to do with the extra bed. If only we can bring a guest along, then it would be great!

The Hong Kong street looks exactly like the street we saw from the Hong Kong dramas. XD For a moment there, you will feel like you’re in a drama Hahah.. On the side note, I don’t really like the fact that I can’t even see a single tree by the road 🙁 Well, I guess that’s what to expect from a big city like this.

Anyway, we grabbed a fast lunch/dinner at this random coffee shop nearby…

The meals we had was actually so-so, it tasted exactly like the dish we had in KimGary Restaurant, nothing to shout about. 🙁

After the meal, we took a train from Tsim Tsai Shui to this station called SunnyBay which is located super duper far from the city, to ride on this Mickey themed train to get to Disneyland!

For some reason, everyone seems to be very excited on the train. You can see the smile on everyone’s face.

I was very exciting and was smiling too

…behind the Anbu mask XD

The ride was pretty short, we reached the Disney Train station in less than 10 minutes.

Here are some shots from Disneyland.

After lingering around, we saw this line of queue. Without knowing what it is, we lined up too…

and surprisingly it was FUN!!

It’s a ride where you need to shoot the targets with this laser gun and score points. 😀

Kinda childish but that’s what Disney about! A dream land for your inner child 😀

And we went to this Little Small World Castle after that..

This place was too ‘childish’ for me, the whole ride was kinda boring. 😛 It’s a boat ride where you went through rooms and rooms of automated doll singing this same song in different music styles.

But the fireworks show which starts at 9pm outside of the Disney castle was very awesome.

Sorry for the blur photos 😛

After the show, we went back to finish the rides, we managed to get on 2 to 3 more rides as the rest were either closed or with long queue. These are the rides…

This is a funny ride because everyone ended up walking like drunk people after the ride.

There’s this wheel in the middle of the cup , the more you turn it, the more it spins and the more dizzy you are. XD hahaha

Then we went for every ladies’ favorite ride. 😀 The Merry Go round~~ Seriously, can you girls tell me why you all like this ride so much??

Anyway, it’s too bad I went to grab some drinks and didn’t manage to hop in the ride. T3T

After that, we went for some window shopping at the Disney shops. The things were super duper cute but very expensive too @@ You either need to be rich or you just can’t stand cute stuffs to shoppe in Disneyland XD.

Well, seeing that we finished all the available rides, we headed back to the hotel straight..

because I was freezing to death d.. even with 2 layers of clothes @@


Hong Kong Halloween Treats

:Contest entry:

So what’s on your mind whenever you think of Hong Kong?

Do you think of..

Well, we all does but that’s much more awaits you especially this October with…

The Hong Kong Halloween Party!! It’s a big scale Halloween celebration across Hong Kong over the month of October!!

In this month, Hong Kong will be offering you the spooktacular time you have never experience before. With events like 20 haunted attractions, Halloween Parade and Street shows all over the places of Ocean Park, Madame Tussauds Hong Kong, Avenue of Stars, Disneyland & Lan Kwai Fong, your days in Hong Kong will never be the same, even a simple shopping trip will be full of exciting and surprises.  For more details, click here.

So how grand is the celebration? Well, the photo below is shows how awesome it is.

This a shot of the crowd of both local and foreign visitors dresses up in costume to celebrate Halloween Night at the Lan Kwai Fong street. It’s like a paradise for all cosplay lovers where you won’t feel lonely or awkward to dress up because everyone does it there during Halloween.

Even if your favorite characters is different with others.. XD

Any for more information, you can read it here.


Animax and Hong Kong Tourism Board is running a Regional Cosplay Photo contest and also a Blogging Contest for everyone in South East Asia.

Well, the regional cosplay contest is already closed but you can still cast a vote on your favorite cosplayer on Animax till 6 October 10 (Yes, today is the last day).

The best cosplayer that scores the most marks from the votes and judges will win him/herself a sponsored trip to Hong Kong and also a special invitation to an Exclusive HKTB-Animax Halloween Treat Party on the 16th of October!!! That’s not it, the winner will able to get the chance to meet up with Danny Choo in person, the famous blogger & Stormtropper dancer!!

As for the blogging contest, it’s still running till tomorrow and the top 3 most creative posts with most numbers of comments will also win the bloggers a sponsored trip to Hong Kong too!!!


I wanna go HK~~!

Let’s pray together… *pray hard*

Oh ya, my favorite non-fiction character is not Sailormoon!

Don’t mistaken..

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