Taiwanese shaved ice in mong kok

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There are a plethora of dessert spots in Hong Kong. Dessert culture is huge in Hong Kong. Getting dessert is essentially a means to extend conversations and spend a little more TLC with friends and family. Chinese desserts can be underwhelming to say the least. Sounds delicious huh?
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The Best Places To Eat Shaved Ice Dessert In Hong Kong

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Best shaved ice desserts in Hong Kong

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The only remedy? A couple hours holed away indoors with a refreshing, icy treat: Shaved ice. A quick-fix for a speedy cool down. Especially in this heat.
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We all know how smouldering hot it can be in Hong Kong during summer. And while beach hats , sunscreen and other clothing can help protect us from the heat, we can't help but melt from the strong summer sun. We're continuously looking for ways to cool down whether it's buying portable electronic fans or eating ice cream but an equally refreshing dessert to beat the summer heat is shaved ice. This icy and creamy dessert is known across Asia with various names: kakigori in Japanese, bingsu in Korean, tsubabing in Taiwanese Hokkien and so on. Each place also has their own spin-off version of shaved ice such as halo-halo or chendol.
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