字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 - So how do you affordably travel one of the world's most expensive cities? Well, it goes a little bit something like this. (energetic music) What's up, guys? And welcome to your weekly Lost LeBlanc fix. It is time today to dive into the city of Hong Kong, an incredible destination. Now this is actually my second visit, and I spent about 10 days on this trip to make sure that I found the best restaurants, the best viewpoints, the best places for you to go and explore, and I wanted to give you some tips and tricks to saving some money on this upcoming trip. So without further ado, let's start right where your gonna start your trip, which is in the Hong Kong Airport. It's actually cheapest to set your phone up in the airport. Very rare to see that, but that was the case for me. I paid around 65 Hong Kong dollars for the SIM card and the data plan. It was definitely worthwhile, especially because of how heavily I relied on Google Maps throughout this trip. We have been at the airport now for about two hours looking around the websites from Agoda, Booking.com, Airbnb, and we have finally found a solution, so I'll show you what it is. We're heading there now. (energetic electro-pop music) Now, typically there's two main areas people like to stay in Hong Kong. There's Kowloon, and there's Hong Kong Island. Kowloon is very much the conventional, Asian-feeling hub, almost like the Times Square of Asia, and it tends to be a little bit cheaper. Now, going on to the island, the downtown hub, this is actually the formerly British side of Hong Kong. This side feels a slight bit more modern, and it's got the iconic Victoria Peaks. An hour and 15 minutes later, it's dark outside, but with all the lights, it feels like it's daytime. It's like the Times Square of Hong Kong. Now, food. It's going to be one of the biggest parts of your trip to Hong Kong. Melissa and Alejandro did their research. They were proactively searching for the best restaurants in the city, and even though we couldn't try all of them, we have so many incredible restaurants to share with you. Our first meal in Hong Kong started off at the internationally-renowned Din Tai Fung. (traditional Chinese melody) Alright it is time, our first Hong Kong meal. And if you don't already know, dim sum is one of the top Chinese foods you need to try, so tonight, we are getting the finest of it. And then we'll show you the hostel we booked. So truth be told, this is not exactly the cheapest place to go, but that's kind of why we chose to stay in a cheaper place. We wanted to have our money allocated to doing the best experiences and really seeing Hong Kong. Cheers to that. So good. So, so good. It is time for our room tour, and the room tour is now over because this is everything except for a toilet right over there. Now this costed me $125 USD for two nights, and if you don't know this already, Hong Kong is the second most expensive place in the world based on real estate prices, and the amount you'll pay for hotels and rent reflect that. Katy's gonna stay here and do a bit of work, but I'm gonna be going to meet with Ale and Melissa to show you guys one of the best desserts in Hong Kong, or so I've been told. Thank you. (upbeat electronic music) We're almost there. The city, so many smells, sights, things going on. It is constant madness. I don't know if I could ever live here, but strictly as a visitor, it's so cool to experience. - [Waitress] (speaks foreign language) 78! - [Christian] (speaks gibberish) - Right? - This is Kakigori, a dessert that changed my life and became part of our nightly routine in Hong Kong. Shaved ice, thank you very much, and this is the Oreo-flavored one. I've now had strawberry, matcha, but Oreo's my favorite, and it's awesome. It's 80 Hong Kong dollars, which is quite a bit, but it's very much worth it, and you could probably split it. Mmm. We only mess with the best, and so we were constantly going to Shari Shari. There's a few of them located throughout Hong Kong, but the incredible thing is they actually import their ice from Japan. You will love it, or your money back. Terms and conditions may apply. So, we just caught our metro heading back. It's $14 instead of $177, which is what it would've costed if we took the Uber, so overall you save a lot of money with metro. Just got back. See you guys in the morning. Good morning guys, and welcome to another day. So it's actually not even close to morning. It's actually 4:00 p.m. right now. We had a really late start because we had a really late night. We went out to Lan Kwai Fong, which is one of the craziest places I've ever gone out. (electronic dance music) We're taking you to this really beautiful, beautiful housing project area where they have subsidized housing for people here in Hong Kong. It cost us $150 just to get here, which is pricey, guys. Uber started at $115, but then actually I checked again, and it surged up to $180, but we have just arrived, so let's go explore Choi Hung. - Choi Hung. - Choi Hung. - Choi Hung. - And so this is what draws in people like myself, photographers, videographers. It's the beautiful pastel rainbow that they have going on, and this is actually home to between 18,000 and Katy read 43,000 people. But what is for sure is that there's a lot of people living in a very small quarter. Kind of worked out, it's about to start pouring. With that, it cleared the entire basketball court, and only the dedicated remain. (both laughing) (relaxed electronic music) Show us your Peruvian basketball all-star moves. Katy used to be captain of the team, so she claims. - I promise. - She said she used to be the tallest in her class. - I was. I have pictures. - (chuckles) Oh! Katy made new friend. Hello. - Err-oh. - Err-oh. So one of the things I love about Katy is she's got such a big heart. I was shooting around, getting shots with the drone, and Katy looks over and sees a little boy getting beaten up by some other little kids, and she immediately stepped in, went to comfort the kid, be there. She's just been hanging out with him for the past hour. He's clearly opened up now, and now they're just playing basketball and... - I gotta go. (uplifting dubstep music) - Let's go Team Watashi! - Our journey in Hung Choi is over, so now we have to head to the black market... (giggles) to the Night Market. We have to head now to the Night Market, so we're gonna do it an affordable way, And we have to take the subway for this.