Four Seasons Hostel

A2, 14 Floor, Block A, Chung King Mansion, 36-44 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, China | Hostel
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Escape from Hong Kong

A travel blog entry by supertramps


Hong Kong was always gonna be a little expensive for us so we changed our flights to shorten our stay from 4 nights to 2. Fate, it seems, had other ideas.....
We stayed in Chungking Mansion which was a big ugly highrise block of a building amid so many other slightly less ugly big highrise blocks. It was mostly full of African and Indian …

Lost for choice in HK

A travel blog entry by orizarska

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I have two books and two of The Economist. I don't know which one to start reading. I don't read at all. I wander aimlessly in Hong Kong. That is the problem with the big cities - too many options, and the easiest one is to go shopping. In my case (in which I have to carry everything I buy in my backpack) I stick to buying food - eggs benedict, …

Day 1 - Sleeping and Stuffing

A travel blog entry by pbprogo12

... our bags and checked in to our hotel. Once we had beds, we just crashed until 6. At 6:30, we went to the Central Pier where we met our cousin's friend who acted as our guide for the night. She took us across the bay to Kowloon, where we saw the clock tower, as well as an amazing view of the Hong Kong skyline. From there, we went to a lounge where we decided what to do for the rest of the evening: eat dinner at ...

Day 1: Food Trail!

A travel blog entry by rongenontheroad


... easier, and I was throughly stuffed by the end of the night.

The first stop was Honolulu Cafe, as recommended by my friend. The place was found by memory and not by directions, which makes for an interesting walk around Central area. This brings back memories of my first Hong Kong trip, because I walked around that area, but back then I was a Lonely ...

Day 2 Gecko tour

A travel blog entry by wendy.lane

... even allocated top bunks (three levels). I found the ladder climb challenging. The bed was narrow and hard and I could not sit up without bumping my head.
There was a tiny walkway at the end if the bunks (no doors).
We all gathered together to have a Chinese lesson. It was fun but I don't think I am any better at Chinese yet. Can say hello, thank you and beer from memory. I do now have a sheet of paper with basic words needed though.

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This hostel, located in the 1 area of Hong Kong, is near Hong Kong Museum of History, Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade, Hong Kong Science Museum, and Hong Kong Museum of Art.
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