Sun Moon Hotel (Shenzhen Heshui Kou)

Address: No.169 Jianshe West Road, Bao'an District, Shenzhen, Guangdong, 518106, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.169 Jianshe West Road, Bao'an District, Shenzhen.
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Travel Blogs from Shenzhen

Hong Kong

A travel blog entry by lalviano on Mar 15, 2015

3 comments, 2 photos

... Sophie had an urge to visit Hello Kitty secret garden- l thought it was going to be a large area with cafés set in a garden. There was no garden only dilapidated high rise buildings. Had to wait about 40 minutes for a table. Thank goodness it was only about 22 degrees.
Ask me next year whether it was worth the wait- Soohie liked it but she too thought she would be spending lots.
Asked 2 girls next to us at the cafe what sights we should visit. They ...

The Magnificent Pasch's

A travel blog entry by elisapasch on Nov 16, 2014

67 photos

... was the last day in Hong Kong, and I had planned to go for a hike on Lamma Island. However, Mom and Dad were afraid we would be too short on time and they wouldn't make their flight. So instead we had a relaxed morning and then walked next to the water for a bit, taking in the skyline once more. This day the weather and thus the visibility was a bit better. We wanted to enjoy a lunch in the sun - but lunch turned into high tea! (One of the musts if you're in Hong Kong).

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Journey To Hong Kong

A travel blog entry by hfs on Jul 29, 2014

5 comments, 5 photos

... ever, not once was our seatbelt sign needed ,right through...we did have some dire illnesses around us, awful coughing and that went on ,so felt we would be lucky to escape a barrage of germs...however Sam used his sleep mask as a mouth/nose one ,and rigidly had it in place, except for food times...it was rather amusing, and I did sometimes, they work well...we have been so very well, avoiding all illness along the way this time,would be a shame to get something now,hard ...

Hong Kong Island Pt1

A travel blog entry by jack.port on Apr 14, 2014

An early start today trying to catch the sunrise but thwarted by the weather, that didn't deter a walk along the harbour front to start the day. After seeing the locals making full use of the space for running or Ti Chi groups it truly feels like a world away from the UK. The view along the harbour as the morning breaks is lovely but not long after a storm system hits so saying good by to the warm arrival temperatures. After breakfast we head out to explore the delights of Hong Kong City ...

If Carlsberg made train journeys....

A travel blog entry by jonnyanddonna on Dec 18, 2013

... Arguably worse than the smokers, the crack heads and the card players is the smell of vile food. In China travel food consists mainly of shelled nuts and vacuum packed meat. Not regular meat though, chicken feet, hearts, lungs, intestines and unidentified body parts attached to bones. Remnants of snacks, bones and shells, are then strewn along the tables, aisles and chairs.

I feel like I could keep writing forever about this ...