Bafang Boutique Hotel Dongguan Jinkaiyue

Address: No.1 Jiaoyu Road, Liaobu Zhen, Dongguan, Guangdong, 523400, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.1 Jiaoyu Road, Liaobu Zhen, Dongguan.
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    Travel Blogs from Dongguan

    Relief in Hong Kong

    A travel blog entry by jariel on Jul 08, 2015

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    ... undies, Steve's had his back door open too often, Matthew's had his front door too wide, Caitlyn is a scorpion born in the year of the dragon( says it all, I say) and four is an extremely unlucky number so Steve and I are still in discussions about whether to drop a member from the adventure or add one!? McDonalds for dinner x 3. 2 min noodles from 7 eleven for 1. That still makes 4 right? Right. Tomorrow. ...

    If you're going to flash, flash hard

    A travel blog entry by andynolan on Jun 21, 2015

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    ... inside to warm up and outside to cool down. Here, in HK, you either need to allow you body to adapt and tolerate the sweltering heat, or you move from air-conditioned building, to air-conditioned building via air conditioned transportation. Hong Kong must have literally millions of AV units across its buildings, buses, underground metro, trains, cars, taxis moving heat from the inside to the outside creating and contributing to an extreme urban heat island. Hong Kong, despite all ...

    The end is in sight...

    A travel blog entry by lianerose on Jun 13, 2015

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    ... skyping in the coffee shop.
    On Sunday I headed to South China Mall with Nikki, Josephine, Maja and Cecilie - this mall is in Dongguan and it is the biggest in the world. Fairly well-known because supposedly they had built the mall and then, due to bad location among other things, it remained empty and deserted. No shops, no people. This kind of thing is common here - they have empty buildings everywhere, and apparently whole 'ghost towns' too. Everywhere you ...

    Stress in Hong Kong..

    A travel blog entry by sazuni on Nov 10, 2014

    ... by mail, even if it's some express/reassuring kind of mail. No way.) And since they (the organisation I would apply my Visa at) had told me it would take about a week, it meant I needed a place to stay for 7 nights. If it had been Japan or Korea it would have been okay and I could have find a cheap place to stay, but not in HK. Staying in HK in any hostel/guesthouse would be too expensive, that's where Couchsurfing comes into a handy. But then, of course, you have ...

    Hong Kong - so near, yet so far!

    A travel blog entry by carallan on Aug 25, 2014

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    ... boarded the right train, changed trains, and got off at the border station of Luo Hu. That's when we discovered that our train from Kunming had arrived at Shenzhen East (Shenzhendong), not Shenzhen, which is right beside Luo Hu, and where it is just a short 3 minute walk to the border! If only we'd realised that when we'd arrived! We were still wondering why the instructions from were wrong, as they'd booked our tickets from Kunming to Shenzhen, ...