We wanted to see the cool lights at Avenue of Stars. Partner wanted to check out the famous stars finger & footprints.
wanted to check out the ppl’s hairstyles. Nah, just wasn’t close enough to the performers.
Chinese New Year is not complete without the 12 Zodiacs!
There was rat, dragon (1st 2 pics), then I had no idea what was the white animal? But there were birds as well? Rooster, yeah.
Ram, Horses, Snake.. and humans.
Beside the Zodiac was the Clock Tower.
Begging for $$.. it’s also the same gesture in playing lion head in lion dance when you need to open/close the mouth.
View from the er.. higher area.
Cute Panda & friends.
This ferry was really striking!
Bears & cows, just like Pavilion. They ran around the globe.
Damn hard to take pics on the floor without getting dirty.
Once the lights were out, the view was dazzling.
Bruce Lee, famous Chinese kung-fu actor and who’s the guy behind the lights?
Changing colours. Very pretty.
I think the colourful & happy Zodiacs make this area more interesting. If you love the stars (celebrities) and you found your favourite, well, that’s good to remember the trip.