Holiday Guest House Chongqing Mansion

Address: Block E 6th floor, Nathan Road, Chung King Mansions, Hong Kong, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the 尖沙咀 area of Hong Kong, is near Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade, Hong Kong Museum of History, Hong Kong Science Museum, and Hong Kong Museum of Art.
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    Hong Kong

    A travel blog entry by campy on Aug 10, 2015

    48 photos

    ... star ferry from Kowloon to Hong Kong island, and then walked to the Peak Tram. The star ferry is a very ordinary ferry, but offers incredible views and is the cheapest transportation in Hong Kong, $2 HKD - divide that by 8 and that's how much it costs in USD. Considering the price, it is also the highest value transportation in all of Asia most likely. The metro here is actually kind of expensive and tedious, ...

    Day 1

    A travel blog entry by mackin on May 04, 2015

    4 photos

    ... Off the plain into a wall of humidity with just one question on my mind..."what trouble is Malcolm going to get us into at this airport?" Train across to terminal...check Through immigration...check Bags from carousel...check I think we're home here, he's turned over a new leaf!!! Just need to retrieve golf bags from oversized luggage area.....????? Here we go again.... Bulldog Mal gets all red faced and reasonably Stedo like with the news that his overweight golf stix ...

    If only we had been wearing a fit bit....

    A travel blog entry by agjuba on Mar 17, 2015

    4 photos

    ... actually make it. I had wondered if going to the Peak was worth it on a cloudy day, and for me, the answer is yes -- just for the experience of riding the tram. The tram opened in 1888 as more efficient (and humane) transport to the top of the mountain. The incline is too steep for horses, so visitors to the Peak before 1888 could opt to either walk or be carried up in a sedan chair.

    Once on the Peak, we walked the 3.2 km ...

    2 Hong Kong

    A travel blog entry by thetwinsontour on Oct 17, 2014

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    ... We had spied a restaurant serving yummy looking beverages with kiwi and mango and aloe and other untold delights. (Untold because it was written in Chinese.) We went inside and sat down though, and those drinks weren't on the menu. So we pointed to a picture on the "Jumbo" menu and held our breaths in baited anticipation. We got a giant fishbowl goblet with assorted mango munchies. There was a scoop of mango ice cream floating in chilled ...

    September 25 - Kowloon - Markets

    A travel blog entry by davidmuir on Sep 25, 2014

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    ... Market. Sonja struck a few 'bargains' as we walked for ages amongst the numerous stalls of electronic gear, trinkets, bags, clothing, chopsticks, mobile phone cases, watches, etc - the same as you see in any market of this type, with just a bit more of the Asian flavour. We returned late to our hotel and wondered where everything was going to go in the bags to get them home. Thankfully, we have an extra three kilograms each above what we had on the way ...