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Today is a travelling day to Hong Kong and by the time it was 11:30am we had reached ChenZhen which is where the train stops before you get off and half to walk through the border into Hong Kong. It took approx 2 hours in total to get through the border and into central Hong Kong. The easiest way to get around is to simply open your …
... cost 2.50 $HK so it was dirt cheap.
Heading back to the hostel, we had a quick rest before walking a bit further up Nathan Road to the Temple Road Night Market which is supposed to be one of the most famous in Hong Kong. The market is only temporary which means that it has to be set up each day and runs the entire length of the street. We had a good browse, but the only thing we bought was dinner at a local street restaurant. Ordering ...
... br> 5mn cross.
Arrived at peer 7 we just walk to the next one to catch the
bus 15C that's going to take us to the tram station where we can get a
tramway to the top at Victoria Peak. The top of the buss is roofless so
we sat there and after 5 small minutes, arrive to ghe tram station.
There, we die a little....it's so full of people you can't see no
ground, just black heads. There is a queue to the tram, like, ...
... scared how much money we would be spending today. We had a good look around as many of the shops were shut and wouldn't open until 5.
We made a vow to return at 5 and headed off to explore some more of Kowloon. Our next stop was to the Tin Hau Temple. It is an absolutely beautiful temple with heaps of incense coils hanging from the ceiling. We spent some time watching the locals light the incense and say prayers which itself is interesting. We both really ...
... bought us lunch one day!!!! Poor old backpackers. So HK, the city and the skyline is amazing, it is like an Asian New York! Some of the buildings where just crazy, for example one had a hole going right through it. At nighttime it was just beautiful, we were lucky to have been able to experience it! It was nice to be in a decent city, it was clean and really efficient! Baz lived in HK for a year when he was in the navy, so he knew all the hotspots. He was our tour guide for ...
TravelPod Member ReviewsVincent Guest House Hong Kong
Took a little time getting used to but we soon settled and ended up really enjoying the place. The roof top wasn't pretty but a cool place to hang out and meet other travellers.
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