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Block D, 16/F, Flat D7, Chungking Mansion 36-44 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, China | Hotel
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Expensive but worth it!!

A travel blog entry by nlmiller55


Day 1

We arrived in Shenzhen and crossed into the border of Hong Kong. Not needing a visa everything was pretty quick. Once we passed through immigration, which non of our luggage was check which was strange, we waited for a train to the centre. The train ride was only a short journey before changing onto the subway. Luckily we had written up our own little map from the subway to the hotel and even checked out the exit's, they have a few! And it was a good job ...

Nei Hou

A travel blog entry by jenabbey


... We had a great party seeing the New Year in and while I still get it wrong (more often than not), I’m slowly starting to find my way around. I would like to take this opportunity to extend a very BIG thank you to two very special friends who have made this move as easy as it’s been. I don’t think I've made one decision without the help, reassurance or advice from Shaun and Andrea. You guys have managed my expectations from day one, you've taught ...

The Peak

A travel blog entry by wendywoostorer


... in the nick of time! We were on the edge of our seats as well as literally on the edge of the cliff so hardly dared look down! Not sure of the height of the peak but when we finally got to the top, we were way probably twice the height of the tons of tower blocks that make up the Hong Kong skyline below! Beautiful views all around and strangely reminded me of Rio de Janeiro! We took the tram back down to the bottom and realised the bus was actually the better option ...

Superstitions and Fish

A travel blog entry by hazelandmartin


... The first thing we notice is a huge bike park, the photo doesn't do it justice. We are nearly knocked over 3 times before we leave the bus station.

This is a very pretty beach, and there is one resort type hotel, and a small traditional wet market (fish in tanks etc). Other than that it looks really rather westernised. There is the ever present McDonalds but there is also a pizzeria, Turkish restaurant and bar with burger night Monday, curry on Wednesday and fish and ...

Hong Kong Day 2

A travel blog entry by cam_and_leah


... is ironic. I got her back by getting a picture of her taking a picture of herself on the tram later Lots of people wandering around with insense. Very cool Stopped in the Wong Tai Sin metro station shopping centre for some juice and a pee. I had a green apple smoothie, which was in fact a green apple ice slush, and Leah had a strawberry and redbean milkshake. Red beans in this instance are kidney beans Ewwwwwww.......******* weirdos..... Leah thought it was nice though which ...

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This hotel, located in the 1 area of Hong Kong, is near Ocean Park, Lamma Island, Shek O, and Sheung Wan.
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