Baili Hotel

Room 9 2nd Floor Haifang Building, No.53-55 Haifang Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, China | Hotel
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Hong Kong

A travel blog entry by jessredfern22


... The sky was clearing and it was getting darker so we jumped at the opportunity to head up to the peak. This time the queues were about 2 hours long which I only took as a good sign of a good view and I was not disappointed. I didn't pay to go up to the very top this time because I had some good advice from a local guy who told us a place to walk where you get a better view with far less tourists. It was incredible just like every film or picture I have ever ...

Back to civilisation ��

A travel blog entry by niomioconnor


... visited a night market in the city centre and had some street food, which I have been told is the best kind of food in Hong Kong. There were some rather crazy options on the menu as the Chinese believe that nothing should go to waste, I'm talking chicken feet and all sorts of bizarre foods you would never ever find on a European menu. We got back to the hostel at about 2/3 am and I have never been so ready for ...

Hong Kong Round 2

A travel blog entry by florachen


This past weekend we had a long weekend due to "Qing Ming" holiday, otherwise known as tomb sweeping holiday. It sounds a bit morbid, but it is ingrained in the Chinese culture to have utmost respect for their ancestors and elders. This holiday give people a chance to return to their hometown and visit/sweep the graves of their parents, grandparents, etc. who have passed away.

Since it was a 3 day weekend Spencer and I seized the chance to go ...

A Second Day in Hong Kong

A travel blog entry by nickandjo


... here live on junks and sampans in the harbour and make a living from fishing. There are about 20,000 such people. Once the fisherman people were regarded as a class apart and were unable to mix with land dwellers and marriage with the latter was forbidden. Aberdeen also has a large floating restaurant called the Jumbo restaurant which can seat 1000 people at a time. We had a ride on a sampan and were able to see where the fisherman people lived.

Livin' on a Junk Boat

A travel blog entry by swaynesworld


... that the houseboat was accidentally overbooked with another family. We had two of the three bedrooms reserved since May. We have had several encounters with unruly children since South Africa and have had enough. But living on a house boat was the highlight of our visit and we were not going to be deterred. If anyone was to leave it was not us, we scheduled four months before the other family.



This hotel, located in the 中间体的大潭水塘 area of Hong Kong, is near Hong Kong Museum of History, Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade, Hong Kong Science Museum, and Hong Kong Museum of Art.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent