Travel Blogs from Hong Kong, Hong Kong

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Springtime in Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Hong Kong travel blog

Springtime in Hong Kong

A travel blog entry by mette

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Bangkok was funky - Hong Kong is also funky. I'm digging. A job offer in Hong Kong would be accepted rapidly thankyouverymuch! Not because we're suspicious or feel particularly regal in any way, my mother and I caught separate flights from Bangkok and ...

Reverse Culture Shock in Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Hong Kong travel blog

Reverse Culture Shock in Hong Kong

A travel blog entry by philthy

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... India wold be but still, it's nice to get around with such ease. After this glowing first impression came the second impression. Hong Kong is one giant shopping mall. Again, really easy to get whatever you might need, but this doesn't exactly make ...

Bright Lights and Some Comedy Sights!!, Hong Kong, China travel blog

Bright Lights and Some Comedy Sights!!

A travel blog entry by bowney

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... and I found a real gym...honestly!!  All that shite food has been worked off now....ready to be filled back up again!! Off to Vietnam tomorrow - we should arrive in Hanoi late afternoon...keep you posted!  Hong Kong Key Words Peanuts Curry ...

The King and I, Hong Kong, Hong Kong travel blog

The King and I

A travel blog entry by stevejames

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Mommie has arrived, Hong Kong, China travel blog

Mommie has arrived

A travel blog entry by jeroenandlinda

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Today we pick up my mother from the airport as she comes to join us for our wedding banquet on the 27th. We take the airport express train from Kowloon station and 20 minutes later we stand in the airport hall watching the big screens for a sign of her. ...

"Can i have a knife and fork please?"

A travel blog entry by mattmcshane

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... the news later on in the evening that I found out a crazed axe man killed a woman down an alleyway! Hmm! One of Hong Kong's biggest tourist attractions is the peak overlooking Hong Kong and its harbour, I got up there by catching the cable car up ...

Police! This is a raid!, Hong Kong, Hong Kong travel blog

Police! This is a raid!

A travel blog entry by stevejames

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DIVIDED BY THE PHILIPPINES, Just Back from the Philippines, Now I'm Home in, Hong Kong travel blog

DIVIDED BY THE PHILIPPINES

A travel blog entry by bowz

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... of the vacation squared to enjoy the festivities surrounding Chinese New Year. Making the assumption that I might never be in Hong Kong for Chinese New Year again, I excitedly ensured that I would experience the world-famous celebration over the ...

RESCUED FROM THE PRECIPITOUS EDGE, Hong Kong, Hong Kong travel blog

RESCUED FROM THE PRECIPITOUS EDGE

A travel blog entry by bowz

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... and further confused by the opposing currents, oblivious to the prominently displayed 'ONE WAY ONLY' signs overhead. Interesting beings, these Hong Kong Chinese. In Canadian English, we all use the phrase 'to save face' without knowing its origin. ...

Cheap Thrills, Hong Kong, Hong Kong travel blog

Cheap Thrills

A travel blog entry by jbushie

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... 2000 people, 100 lions and 20 dragons all dancing to loud Chinese drum groups. Very colouful and energetic! Next - the Star Ferry, Hong Kong's cheapest harbour thrill - to catch the No. 6 bus (HK's best bus ride) over to Stanley market. There were ...

Hong Kong, again, Hong Kong, Hong Kong travel blog

Hong Kong, again

A travel blog entry by jeroen

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... for mainland China, now that it's slowly emerging from its dictatorial nightmare. Economically, as a separate entity named the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) is one of the biggest investors in mainland China; trade and commerce are ...

Quick stop at Hong Kong international, Hong Kong, China travel blog

Quick stop at Hong Kong international

A travel blog entry by mxharris

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Friday July 4, 2008 @ Hong Kong International Most definitely the farthest I've ever found myself from home on Independence Day. (Irony noticed, but not intended J) In my experience, you can get a great feel for the city based on the feel of its ...

3 Planes and a Train...., Hong Kong, China travel blog

3 Planes and a Train....

A travel blog entry by bowney

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Well as the title says, it took 3 plane fights and a train to finally arrive in Hong Kong...24 long hours later!!! We are all knackered....so much for those tablets to make me sleep on the plane...NOT A BLASTED WINK I GOT!! The flights were really ...

Reflections of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China travel blog

Reflections of Hong Kong

A travel blog entry by rcys

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... 1963 no one had ever heard of the Mandarin Oriental. Today they have a chain of luxury hotels all over the world. The Hong Kong property underwent a major renovation over the last year and recently reopened for business with a new face, but much of the ...

Halloween and Oktoberfest Hong Kong Style, Hong Kong, China travel blog

Halloween and Oktoberfest Hong Kong Style

A travel blog entry by rcys

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... (Chinese smiley face, if you're wondering what that symbol is - Turn your head) Now Halloween is a different story. The Hong Kong Chinese have no problem celebrating all hallows eve. We went to the Halloween Fright night race at the Happy Valley Race ...

The fortune teller, Hong Kong, China travel blog

The fortune teller

A travel blog entry by orizarska

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Bulgarians are no religious people, but superstitious we are. When I read in the Lonely Planet that there is a Daoist temple north of Kowloon where I can get my fortune told, I cannot resist the temptation. I think of fortune telling like I think of ...

Honkers Mk.2...., Hong Kong, Hong Kong travel blog

Honkers Mk.2....

A travel blog entry by grahamandrach

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Hey Hey... Quick update from our 4 days in Hong Kong... Lots of sleeping in. Got 90 day, dual entry visa for China (at a cost of 800 HK$ each!!!). Walked up Victoria peak in an attempt to get fit. Lots of window shopping (Rach shopped I moaned), ...

Back To HK, Hong Kong, Hong Kong travel blog

Back To HK

A travel blog entry by rbisset

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... I was panicking for no reason. Very smooth and a great landing. Amazing views of mountains as we left Taipei as well. Arrived at Hong Kong rather blase. I preferred Taipei infinitely more than HK but we had to come back to get our train to Shanghai, so it ...

Sightseeing, Hong Kong, Hong Kong travel blog

Sightseeing

A travel blog entry by rbisset

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... were planning to visit Macau today so we head off to find the dock and see what times the ships were sailing. Walking around Hong Kong Island was incredible. It was Mid-Autumn festival and the streets were packed! It was also Sunday so 10's thousands of ...

Hanging in Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China travel blog

Hanging in Hong Kong

A travel blog entry by bnbfsu

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... is truly inspiring and the ancient nature of the lands helps you understand and appreciate it. We left the Monastery and headed back to Hong Kong island. For the next day I booked a trip that I hoped would take me out of the city and any island that ...

Humidity and Häagen-Dazs, Hong Kong, Hong Kong travel blog

Humidity and Häagen-Dazs

A travel blog entry by alasdairm

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... sandy beaches I almost wished for some kind of mid-flight emergency forcing us to land there. Since my onward flight to Hong Kong was also with Singapore Airlines I actually looked forward to the flight while sitting in Singapore's very cool airport ...

Park Life, Hong Kong, Hong Kong travel blog

Park Life

A travel blog entry by alasdairm

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... next few days, a habit becoming more and more common to the detriment of my journal. After some time I went for a walk to Hong Kong Park thinking I would sit down and at least scribble down what I would put in my journal but again I ended up ...

HK gets its first 3-star Michelin restaurant, Hong Kong, China travel blog

HK gets its first 3-star Michelin restaurant

A travel blog entry by happysheep

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... Hong Kong Four Seasons Hotel, was the only eatery in the former British colony to be awarded three stars in Michelin's inaugural Hong Kong-Macau guide unveiled yesterday. Its executive chef, Mr Chan, who has had no formal training and started as a ...

Hong Kong - Day 135-136, Hong Kong, China travel blog

Hong Kong - Day 135-136

A travel blog entry by christosp

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... into the casino to try and win back the money I lost. Would be a dangerous move to stay another night. After arriving back on Hong Kong Island I caught the metro to Kowloon and decided to stay at the Mirador Mansions again, but this time my room has a ...

Mayhem of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China travel blog

Mayhem of Hong Kong

A travel blog entry by shanewilson

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... good as that of Sydney. I'm staying in a horribly claustrophobic and probably very dangerous high rise cheap budget hostel called Hong Kong Downtown Backpackers - I dread what will happen if there is a fire. There doesn't seem to be an emergency stair ...

People in Asia still like to travel, Hong Kong, China travel blog

People in Asia still like to travel

A travel blog entry by happysheep

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... , while music and cars were joint third with 31 percent. The survey polled more than 4,000 people in Singapore, Taiwan, Hong Kong, South Korea, China, Australia, India and Japan. Respondents listed their passions in order, which is why figures total ...

Ready to start the tour., Hong Kong, Hong Kong travel blog

Ready to start the tour.

A travel blog entry by shanewilson

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... due to the fact that I want to spend more than my planned 7 nights in England. I've spent the weekend exploring Hong Kong's nightspots... Boris has introduced me to a variety of spots, some local and some frequented by westerners. By international ...

Home of Neon Lights and Dim Sum, Hong Kong, Hong Kong travel blog

Home of Neon Lights and Dim Sum

A travel blog entry by alinmattrtw2005

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... off to the train station where we shall try and purchase some train tickets for the long 24 hour journey north to Beijing. Hong Kong, is exactly how we imagines it, from the airport it was mountainous and green, with huge expressways like our motorways ...

Peak Practice, Hong Kong, Hong Kong travel blog

Peak Practice

A travel blog entry by stevejames

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Marc DJ'ing at Buddah Lounge Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China travel blog

Marc DJ'ing at Buddah Lounge Hong Kong

A travel blog entry by mandibee

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... Marc got a gig at a place called the Buddha Lounge so we stocked up with a few beers before we headed over to Hong Kong Island.   We got the ferry over and as we got off the ferry there were a bunch of guys with their guitars just playing ...

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