Bridal Tea House Hotel (Western District)

Address: No.385-387 Queen's Road West, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong, China | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the 西湾 area of Hong Kong, is near Peak Tram, Hong Kong Park, Hong Kong University, and University Museum and Art Gallery.
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    Discovering more of Hong Kong

    A travel blog entry by debandadam on May 09, 2015

    3 comments, 28 photos

    ... ham on top! We caught the first ferry over to Hong Kong Island at 6.30am and walked to the Peak Tram. This tram takes you all the way up to Victoria Peak, the highest point on the island which according to Adam is 554metres above sea level! It was ridiculously steep and pretty scary (especially on the way down as you could only sit backwards!). We met an American guy from Tennessee whilst waiting for the tram so it was nice to make a little ...

    Hiking in Hong Kong - Pat Sin Leng Country Park

    A travel blog entry by ulka on Apr 05, 2015

    64 photos

    ... a bit challenging for the beginner hiker. You have few alternatives here, from Tai Mei Tuk either take a Bride’s Pool Rd to get to the magnificent waterfalls – about 1 hour one way or take a hiking path through the woods - peaceful, quiet, in total harmony with nature. The area is equipped with many barbecue pits.

    Getting to Tai Mei Tuk

    * From Tai Po Market MTR station take green minibus number ...

    Of Bureaucrats and Bubbles

    A travel blog entry by alleifer on Sep 11, 2014

    ... yet, so watch out below! But like the U.S., China will recover from burst bubbles and will be playing a dominant role in the world economy for decades to come. Already the second largest global economy, Chinese determination to move towards a more ecologically and economically sustainable model will have global implications for investment markets, nuclear nonproliferation, the earth's climate system, and leapfrogging energy technologies. And those "Superempowered Jews" will be ...

    5 nights in Hong Kong

    A travel blog entry by damienmathews on Apr 16, 2014

    12 photos

    ... fishing village Tai O was great. I made the mistake of going to Lantau on a public holiday, so it was ridiculously crowded (I spent 2.5 hours waiting in one queue, and another hour in 2 more). Lesson learned!

    One thing I appreciated in Hong Kong was the courteous locals. Everyone sticks to one side on the escalators, there's no shoving to get into the trains, etc. Strangers ...

    Second cousins

    A travel blog entry by hello-oceania on Jan 09, 2014

    3 comments, 2 photos

    ... conversation someone is having! My dad acts as translator for us. But now I really know how lost tourists feel in Vancouver. I wouldn't have a clue how to get anywhere if there were no English subtitles on most things.

    It's now just about 9 pm and I may try some shopping next door. I went into one store with some cute clothes but you couldn't try anything on! Wtf? No change rooms or anything, you're not even allowed to put over your shirt. Weird.