Garden Hostel

Address: F4 3/F of Mirador Mansion, 58 Nathan Rad, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, 168168, China | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located in the 1 area of Hong Kong, is near Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade, Hong Kong Museum of History, Hong Kong Science Museum, and Hong Kong Museum of Art.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsGarden Hostel Hong Kong

      Reviewed by ace241191

      Interesting

      Reviewed Dec 18, 2014
      by (6 reviews) Formby , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      Good Points - Good Location, Cheap, it's a kung fu school
      Bad Points - Very Dodgy apartment block, rooms are cramped, not entirely secure room, very difficult to locate

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Garden Hostel Hong Kong

      2.00 of 5 stars Fair
       

      Travel Blogs from Hong Kong

      Part 2 - 2 Days in Hong Kong and the World is Mine

      A travel blog entry by ace241191 on Dec 18, 2014

      2 comments, 28 photos

      The title is a reference to a song that was stuck in my head all weekend. "One Night in Bangkok" is a song from the musical called Chess in which the 2nd half is set in Bangkok and this song is the opening to the 2nd half of the musical. The original lyric, "One Night in Bangkok and the world's your oyster" sums up the mystery and intrigue of the …

      Hong Kong - You Stole My Heart!!

      A travel blog entry by sowhatnext on Mar 15, 2015

      13 photos

      ... I was up early and headed over to Hong Kong Island - I had an amazing lunch, went and saw Man Mo Temple - which is the largest temple in Hong Kong (built in 1847) and then some other nearby temples (although they looked more like run down corner shops with far too many incense burning, that have been dropped in the middle of a residential area by accident). Anyway they were all beautiful in their own unique way.

      After a morning of walking (and not ...

      Missed Connections and Starbucks.

      A travel blog entry by samirichardson on Feb 17, 2015

      I had a great start/end to my day today, depending on how you look at it and which time zone you're in. After managing to grab a few hours of sleep in between watching films and avoiding my easy peasy Chinese book I was woken by the harsh cabin lights. Already confused as to what time it was meant to be we were offered breakfast around 9am English/5pm Hong Kong time. Whilst not really ...

      First day in Hong Kong

      A travel blog entry by brianawatson on Jun 04, 2014

      1 photo

      Woke up at 5:30AM feeling a bit light headed from the flight. Sun completely up and people hanging washing outside of their apartments. Had our first breakfast at the western restaurant on the first level of the hotel. 32 degrees at 7AM. Caught the free shuttle bus from Metropark hotel to Hong Kong harbour. Walked from back to the hotel from the harbour. Nor markets or shops open because it was too early in the ...

      Hong Kong for Chinese New Years

      A travel blog entry by ruth2014 on Jan 29, 2014

      25 photos

      ... the tourist attraction like we were on a converyor belt!!. Thank goodness we paid the extra for the crystal cabin as there was a 1 hour wait for the standard cabin on the way back down. Back in the hostel scoffed down another M&S make shift picnic and raced down to get a spot to watch the Chinese New Year Parade. We managed to get what I thought was a really good spot as there were no tall people ahead of us only to be slightly disappointed as all the acts and floats ...