Sunny Day Hotel (Tsim Sha Tsui)

Address: No.182 Nathan Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the 尖沙咀 area of Hong Kong, is near Mujib Nature Reserve, Ma'in Hot Springs, Aljun Castle (Qala'at ar-Rabad), and Mukawir.
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      A travel blog entry by mandrew21 on Jan 12, 2015

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      An early rise was needed on Sunday for a 6am taxi to Adelaide airport to catch our ride back to Hong Kong, after arrival we were quickly checked in and making our breakfast in the Qantas lounge, toasties! Our flight was boarding not long after so we headed through immigration and onto our seats for the next 8 hours. It was novel doing a long haul day flight ...

      The Wild Bunch

      A travel blog entry by elisapasch on Nov 05, 2014

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      ... Territories (the northern region of Hong Kong, also where my university is located). The Tang clan is considered to be the oldest largest and most famous of the clans. It settled in Hong Kong about 900 years ago and has a long history of dominating the local area. It has built several walled villages, which we visited that day.

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      Shanghai to Hong Kong

      A travel blog entry by farmersmart on Oct 08, 2014

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      ... which the map says is 1,840 metres above sea level. The track we hiked on was concrete all the way & mostly steps, thousands of them. Yellow Mountain is not a place for tranquillity, as there were thousands of other people on the mountain the day we were there. It was a Saturday, which might have made it worse for crowds. It was quite a gruelling hike, but very satisfying when we got to where the cable car went & then climbed even higher past Beihai ...

      Big day out

      A travel blog entry by suemckee on Jul 07, 2014

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      ... and caught the express train to the airport which made it very easy.
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      And finally....

      A travel blog entry by david-victoria on Apr 08, 2014

      2 comments, 15 photos

      ... and it turned into a beautiful day. We walked through Hong Kong Park and past the Cathedral and Court of Final Appeal until we reached the foot of what is said to be the longest escalator in the world. In actual fact, it is a series of escalators that go downhill in the morning to allow commuters living in the 'Mid Levels' to travel into the Central area. After 10.30am the escalators change direction. We travelled uphill and once we reached the top we walked back down through ...