Taisan Guesthouse (Burlington)

15F, Burlington House, No.92-94 Nathan Road, Tsim Sar Tsui, Hong Kong, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 15F, Burlington House, No.92-94 Nathan Road, Tsim Sar Tsui, Hong Kong, is near Ocean Park, Lamma Island, Shek O, and Sheung Wan.
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Victoria Peak

A travel blog entry by terry-christina on Jul 01, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

... crowds, and waited about twenty minutes for the cute little funicular. It is only a short ride, about 1.4 kms, and rises about 400m. It was a great. Well, I enjoyed it. We paid the extra and went up to the Sky Terrace for its 360 deg views. It was very beautiful, as it was overcast, and mist was swirling around the peaks and tall buildings. Of course the views were amazing. It rained briefly, and ...

Day 1 in Hong Kong

A travel blog entry by mgrewal on Jun 16, 2014

30 photos

Similar to Tokyo, I noticed that Hong Kong isn't the most credit card friendly. But I was still able to purchase my airport train ticket using my card at the information center. After withdrawing money from the atm, I hopped on the train and I was on my way! I stayed at Pandora after 80s Hostel in Causeway Bay. As soon as I arrived, I put my backpack and suitcase down, and I went to grab a quick bite to eat at a Pizza Hut. Why? Because it was really close, and it ...

A long weekend

A travel blog entry by lesleypink on Apr 24, 2014

15 photos

... I had expected and more...what I hadn't anticipated (I'm not sure why?) and was immediately struck by, was the huge disparity between the very rich and the very poor....evident when you compared the fantastic hotels and shops full of obviously (and it seemed in some cases obscenely) wealthy people to the run down and cramped apartment buildings and the people touting for sales on the markets. I am not naive enough to assume that there isn't a similar disparity in ...

Last day in Hong Kong

A travel blog entry by uk2013 on Jan 17, 2014

1 comment, 12 photos

... bargains!!
We collected our bags and caught the airport bus to Kowloon station where we could check our bags directly through Virgin Atlantic and check in, then we caught the airport express train straight to the airport. It was about 2.30pm and our flight wasn't until 7.10pm so the 3 girls caught the local bus to the outlet shops for some more shopping, unfortunately it's a bit like harbour town where sometimes you can ...

Does it ever stop raining here?!

A travel blog entry by hazel_81 on Sep 05, 2013

5 photos

I woke up to another shocker of a day, what is it with this place eh?! But again it's a good excuse to check out Hong Kong's shopping scene which I'm happy to do although my luggage might disagree! I headed out early to a place I'd heard about called The Flying Pan which does all day breakfasts. It was in an area off Hollywood Road, not too far from my hotel but I still managed to get completely soaked on the way. I liked the area, lots of little bars and cafes tucked ...