Recipe for one of Hong Kong's favorite foods. We are talking about the Egg Tarts from the famous Tai Cheong bakery. One of the egg tart expert there reveals the recipe. Tai Cheong’s cookie-crust is really very different from the other bakeries (uses half butter and half margarine).
Tai Cheong Bakery in Hong Kong. Why you have to see it: Everyone rants and raves about Tai Cheong’s legendary egg tarts. Once you taste the silky smooth dessert, you might be running down the streets of Hong Kong shoving these things in your mouth.
The Peak on Hong Kong Island is arguably Hong Kong’s most popular attraction, since it lays claim to the most unbelievable views of the city and its harbors. To reach the top, journey via the Peak Tram, a funicular that’s about 135 years old.
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