Marlboro Hostel

Address: 2/F,C2,Block C,37 Paterson Street, Paterson Building, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, China | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located in the 铜锣湾 area of Hong Kong, is near Happy Valley Racecourse, Wan Chai, Noonday Gun, and Hong Kong Flower Show.
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    Travel Blogs from Hong Kong

    Pandas!

    A travel blog entry by sarah.sam2015 on Oct 21, 2015

    2 comments, 14 photos

    ... hammerhead sharks which are really neat to see. They also have walruses which are huge and sea lions and seals. We also did a few rollercoasters. The park is open until 11pm so we ended up doing some of the rides in the dark which was new. You are up on a hill as well so quite neat to be going round the coaster on the edge of a cliff looking out over Hong Kong - great views!

    That is about it for Hong Kong - last stop ...

    Of Smartphones and Moon Cakes

    A travel blog entry by hsa on Sep 26, 2015

    8 comments, 10 photos

    ... 8230;

    It’s so hot here the milk I purchased for my morning cuppa curdled overnight in the fridge. The shirt sticks to your back after 10 minutes here; I suspect we will make good use of the swimming pool, a funny little outdoor effort wedged between several tower blocks.

    We had dinner in The Canny Man, a Scots-themed 'pub’ in the basement of our hotel. Bizarrely, we both passed on haggis and chips and chose a Scottish all day breakfast, washed down ...

    The first step of the journey

    A travel blog entry by ebroadfield on Jul 24, 2015

    6 photos

    ... so look like they should just topple over, or disappear between buildings in a Harry Potteresque way. Apparently you can get one up to the top of Victoria Peak, but we didn't bother today as it was so cloudy that we wouldn't have been able to appreciate the view. We caught one back to the ferry port instead after visiting Man Mo temple, one of the oldest temples in Hong Kong. We finished the day with the most enormous oyster I have ever seen (Japanese, so ...

    Hong Kong

    A travel blog entry by hippler on Jun 03, 2015

    33 photos

    ... story, including underground and they connect to other stores and malls in other buildings with linking walkways. Only this is like Sim City. Getting around is like playing 3D chess. Google maps actually can help a little with different maps based on what floor you're on, but not always. We've been lost on the ground more times than I can count.

    But using the connecting tunnels and bridges does keep you out of the heat and it's pretty hot ...

    Hong Kong

    A travel blog entry by randcinaotearoa on Mar 21, 2015

    291 photos

    ... was getting dark! Joe and Sophie were surprised we did 3 sections and were getting slightly concerned!!

    The next day we planned a 5 day trip/treck , Richard packed his large rucksack for the both of us and I took a day sack. We took the MTR from Central to Tsung Chung, and then caught the cable car to Ngong Ping (Lantau) to visit the Big Buddha and to walk the Lantau Trail. Tian Tan Buddha is 23 metres high, weighs 202 tonnes and you need to climb 268 steps to get ...