Acesite Hotel

Address: No.108 Soy Street, Mongkok, Kowloon, Hong Kong, China | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the 旺角 area of Hong Kong, is near Ladies Market, Lady's market, Nathan Road, and Bird Market.
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      Day 1 - Made it

      A travel blog entry by 2dogs on Mar 24, 2015

      Arrived in Hong Kong after LONG flight. Glad I changed my seat to the very last row. No toilets that end, just the galley, so I could get up and walk in there and have a good stretch. With a couple of pain killers, I didn't feel so bad on arrival.

      Fantastic train trip from the airport to Kowloon. Very fast and only 2 stops for a 30 min trip. It is a dedicated airport line, separate to the suburban trains.

      Taxi from station to Eaton Hotel in Kowloon, which ...

      A Room with a View

      A travel blog entry by agjuba on Mar 14, 2015

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      ... the shore of the harbor (and a good number of people promenading even though it's about 11:30 at night) and LED lights from the massive skyscrapers on HK Island.

      Because we had slept on the 3 1/2 flight from ICN and felt relatively awake and alert, it was tempting to stroll along the promenade. The lure of room, however, won out -- we feel asleep quickly and stayed that way until 7 a.m. local time.
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      The Year of the Goat

      A travel blog entry by colmandmaureen on Feb 18, 2015

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      ... it ago. It was called Ngan Lung and it was a good choice. We ordered fried vegetable cakes to share which were amazing! We are still having drooling images of them now! For mains, Colm went for the pork noodles with vegetables, whilst I went for the beef noodles. Both were lovely dishes but nothing would beat our starters. It was getting to half seven and we knew we had better find a spot to watch the parade. Under Colm's wise judgement, we chose a spot near the end of ...

      16 June

      A travel blog entry by migs-nz on Jun 16, 2014

      29 photos

      ... to order about every 10 metres, then gave up and stopped back to the hotel to cool down. Once re-energised we headed off to Hong Kong Island on the Star ferry. Crossing was very cheap at $2.50 HK which works out to less than 50 cents NZ. On the island we went up to the Peak Tram (cable car) to see the view from Mt Victoria. Although the clouds hadn't completely lifted the view was impressive and we enjoyed a short stroll on ...

      Shanghai and meeting K

      A travel blog entry by curlyhairgirl on Mar 01, 2014

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      ... to take responsibility for the one child they have! Another fact: if you take bus 11, it means walking! The skyline here rivals Hong Kong. It is changing even quicker than Hong Kong where the skyline changes every 6 months. Shanghai is an extremely unique place and not typical of a city in China It is a Socialist Country and Shanghai is big on Capitalism. The Bank of China shows a mixture of styles, the Chinese style roof and Art Deco style windows not to mention the height ...