Sun Moon Hotel Shenzhen Guanlan
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
Travel Blogs from Shenzhen
... sure you have a place to stay and hopefully a host that will respond. I had his phonenumber so I called, but again of course, no answer. And that's from when I started to get really stressed. What to do if I get no reply? Go to a hostel and ask for a room? Hmm.. not what I'd been waiting for. I'd arrived in HK around 12am (apparently the clock already changed here, so it was one hour earlier than it was in Japan and Korea) and I decided to stay at the airport ...
... and got to walk up 22.3m high to be precise and that was fun. After that we went on a "mine cart" ride and I highly recommend you to go on that because we went on it 3 times - 2 times at the beginning and 1 time at the end. It was like a roller coaster type ride where you sat in a cart and travelled fast along a track. The fun part about it was you climbed up the track at one point and suddenly dropped back down and raced backwards for about 150m. Then we went to toy story land and ...
... the Bird Garden was cool. There were heaps of men carrying or hanging their birds in trees .The whole place was full of bird's talking and singing to each other. The place had heaps of birds for sale too as well as treats for the birds. The crickets were as big as Anthony's thumb.
From here we headed to Nan Lian Garden. It was relaxing ...
... did not arrive as all escalators seemed to have cameras on them !
2. Helen purchased a guitar from a very shady Chinese man who was wandering down the street.
It's one thing carrying a guitar through the Hong Kong underground, it's another getting it back on the plane back to the UK !!
Last year a ukulele, this year a guitar, I hope it's not a double bass next year !!
What an action packed day, a different side to Hong Kong and an amazing evening ...
... go a couple of times already but for various reasons hadn't yet made it. Tonight was the night. I knew it tended to get very busy along the promenade so I went, around 6pm to get a good seat. I sat and watched the sun go down, quite quickly and without much glorification, it was there one minute and gone the next. A guy came and sat on the bench next to me. We got chatting. He was from the Netherlands. He was a really interesting guy. He told me that he ...