After my tea stop at Lau Yu Fat Teashop, I took a bus to Sin Fook Teashop. It was a quick 10 min bus ride. Formerly located at Kowloon City Shopping Mall, the shop had relocated a few streets away and are now at 83, Tak Ku Ling Road, Kowloon City. It was not difficult to locate.
But I digress. 2 things you must do while in Hong Kong - 1. Get an 'octopus' card. Buy it at train/subway stops. Its a stored value card that allows quick entry/exit of trains, buses and minibuses. You can use it in supermarkets, covenience stores and at most fast food restaurants. 2. Get a pre-paid phone card. I got a 'China Mobile' card on my iPhone (HK$60) where you are loaded with a talk and data facility, and you can use it even in mainland China. It was invaluable as I use maps and Whatsapp apps frequently during my trip.
Sin Fook Teahouse mainly cater to local tea drinkers and collectors. Yes, you can sample the teas on sale there. A fairly good choice of tea and tea accessories are for sale and I enjoyed my visit every time at this teashop.
I managed to meet tea blog celebrity, Marshaln later in the evening in Central, Hong Kong and as usual he was very generous in giving me a 2003 Dayi tuo (last pix). Thank you.
Marshaln brought me to Dragon Tea House, a recently opened tea shop. Located at shop 116, 1F, Welland Plaza, 368 Queen's Road Central, Sheung Wan. This shop is a little hard to find, but worth a visit only if you are in the area.
You would also have observed from the last pix that I had also snagged some moon cakes which were available during my trip in Hong Kong.