The Kiddie Date

You know you found your soulmate when you start seeing romance differently. Last year, my boyfriend and I had a one-day trip to Hong Kong and it turned out to be one of our most childish yet non-forgettable dates ever. Our main purpose was to see the One Piece Exhibition that was held in the Hong Kong 3D Museum (Check below for details). The plan later on expanded by trying a new cafe and bouncing on trampolines. It was just one of those random days that perfectly depicts our relationship! Below are all the places we've went to during our kiddie date:

Hong Kong 3D Museum - One Piece Exhibition
The whole museum was so crowded that taking great pictures became such a hassle. However, it was totally worth it! We spent almost 2 hours in the museum and even ended up buying a HKD150 "Lucy" wall art (I hope you know that reference). This is exactly what every "anime addicts" need: a freaking One Piece Exhibition! We both love watching anime but ironically, I wasn't watching OP by the time we visited this exhibition. I could say that this exhibition inspired me enough to start watching and now I am officially hooked, hoping that one day I'll become one of the Straw Hats! Don't we all? ;)

Location: 1F, Hilton Place 96 Granville Road Tsim Sha Tsui East, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Operation Hours: 10:00 - 20:00 (Last Entry at 19:00)
Price: One Piece Exhibition was around HKD120 (Check here)
Hello Kitty Secret Garden Cafe
Unlike our first activity of the day, we aren't big fans of Hello Kitty . But come on, this cafe looks really adorable inside and out! Every detail was carefully thought of and trust me, everything was Instagram worthy! This little hidden gem isn't only about their dedication with the theme, their food and drinks were also incredibly tasty. I ordered their special Rose Latte and my boyfriend had a Peach Tea Cooler. For sweets, we ordered their featured Apple Cheesecake. I love apple pie and I love cheesecake! Having both of them together is just heaven!

Location: 19 Ormsby St, Tai Hang, Hong Kong
Operation Hours: Closed on Mondays / Tue-Thur 12:00 - 21:00 / Fri 12:00 - 22:00 / Sat 09:00 - 22:00 / Sun 09:00 - 21:00
Price: HKD50 - HKD100
Ryze Trampoline Park

This day was our 2nd time to go Ryze. It wasn't part of our original plan, it was more like a backup plan! We had so much time to spare so we thought of doing something really super duper fun. So the best way to end a date? Trampolines, foam pits, front flips and cartwheels! Totally a must try in Hong Kong :) Ryze is highly recommended for those who are still children at heart.

Location: 321 Java Road 3/F, Quarry Bay, Hong Kong 
Operation Hours: 
Price: Standard Adult - HKD150 / Kid - HKD95

There's just too much activities that day and I can't possibly post all of our photos here without turning this into bible-length. To make it easier for you and me, you can check out more pictures on my Facebook page. The album is shown below:
Posted by Katee Of The Day on Friday, March 25, 2016
Gonna have new travel posts really really soon! Can you guess where? Stay tuned! Till next time!