Sun Moon Hotel (Shenzhen Tangxiayong)
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Sun Moon Hotel (Shenzhen Tangxiayong)
Travel Blogs from Shenzhen
... would get a message. Luckily there was wifi available. Though I couldn't contact my host, I could keep in touch with a friend and someone I hadn't met before but was living in HK, unfortunately not able to host. But both encouraged and supported me and I was really, really grateful for that.Third thing, desperatly looking for a cheap place to stay in HK for this night (I did consider sleeping at the airport but I wouldn't be able to fall asleep with my bags with ...
... reason the Chinese omit levels 14 and 24 in buildings - the Chinese words for 14 and 24 mean "easily dies" and "definitely dies". Late morning we headed towards Soho ( South of Hollywood Rd ) to experience the world's longest outdoor escalator (in fact more of a travellator). Quite remarkable as it transports more than 50,000 people a day. After a trip up the escalator, a quick gelato to refresh in the warmth and ...
... resorts such as the unfortunately named Repulse Bay, before climbing down to Stanley Bay and its much loved market in its centre. You can hardly believe you are in the same Hong Kong, the colonial waterfront with its bistro's, gift shops and cafes has a distinctly European feel to it. We had lunch in Stanley Cave (check em on Facebook) a gorgeous deli come bakery with the best coffee I've had all week as well as cakes to die for!
The market was ...
The last and full day to explore the wonders of Hong Kong
We awoke to rain, but after a leisurely continental breakfast, with ham, cheese and pastries (curtsy of the supermarket over the road) the weather started to improve. Tara was very stiff this morning and blamed us for getting her to run up the escalator last night !!!
We set off via the tube to pier 5 to visit one of the remote islands Cheung Chau by ferry.
... Shanghai for business, that he owns a sock company and that he is on a brief self directed excursion in Hong Kong. He told me that he has factories in Shanghai, Belgium and Holland and that he sells to companies such as Primark and Sports Direct. He is currently visiting the factories to roll out their new plan and to emphasise the importance of it. Their plan is to pull up all the fishing nets currently in place which are harmful to the ...