New Garden Hostel

Address: F1, E1, 13F, C1, D1 Mirador Mansion, 58 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, China | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the 油麻地 area of Hong Kong, is near Hong Kong Museum of History, Mujib Nature Reserve, Aljun Castle (Qala'at ar-Rabad), and Mukawir.
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      The adventure of traveling

      A travel blog entry by heather_ireland on Jun 16, 2014

      ... I did notice that I am such a minority here. It was as weird feeling at first and I felt a little out of place especially since I didn't speak their language and I was in an unfamiliar place. Everyone seems pretty nice and speaks enough English to help me. There are soo many different types of people here, all kinds of different religions and races. It's pretty cool.
      The way that this airport works is very strange to me. I looked at my ticket and I saw ...

      Single Serve Madness

      A travel blog entry by danielpinno on Mar 03, 2014

      2 comments, 21 photos

      ... have preferred to fly into the old one because it had a pretty tricky approach right over downtown. When we flew in it was pretty foggy and we didn't see anything. There were so many people in the airport and it isn't hard to believe that 36 million people a year come and visit the place. A good 17 million of those are Chinese alone! As a result they have a pretty smooth running airport express train which costs $90HK or 9 Euros per person and speeds to the city centre in only 24 ...

      Let's go here, there, everywhere??

      A travel blog entry by mauza on Nov 29, 2013

      13 photos

      ... Ghandi, Barak Obama etc.. quite amazing to see the actual size/ height of our stars. quite a bit of fun to be had ..then it's back down the tram line and off to Central. As the main business district of Hong Kong, many multinational financial services corporations have their headquarters here. It is the preferred location for many foreign country consulates also.With a mix of retail markets, mid level department stores, high end fashion and ...

      Hong Kong for a Day

      A travel blog entry by marqual on Sep 07, 2013

      5 photos

      ... market and the local fruit market. They were just setting up for the famous Temple night market just a street away, but the only people on that street besides those setting up were what appeared to be more than 20 prosititutes spaced out over a 2 block area. I continued on to the train station to return to the airport, but stopped to by a souviner magnet and walk around a mall first.
      Back at the airport it was smooth sailing thru immagration. I stopped at ...

      Hong Kong -- What the HELL is this?

      A travel blog entry by 502explorer on May 21, 2013

      10 photos

      After living 6 weeks in rural China, I have become accustomed to some foreign concepts associated with a developing nation. It is the norm to see spitting on an escalator in a mall, using the floor as an ashtray most anywhere, and of course the famed ******less/assless pants worn by most toddlers (and the public urination/defecation that goes hand in hand with this.) So when I was told that I would need to go to Hong Kong to finalize my work visa, I was really clueless as ...