Bridal Tea House Hotel (To Kwa Wan)

Address: No.14-18 Sung Wong Toi Rd, To Kwa Wan, Hong Kong, China | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the 土瓜湾 area of Hong Kong, is near Ladies Market, Lady's market, Kowloon Walled City Park, and Flower Market.
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    Hong Kong, then home

    A travel blog entry by diannemurray on Sep 12, 2015

    43 photos

    ... getting a seat upstairs for good views over the city. The ride up to the top is pretty interesting, with the top of the bus trimming the dense foliage hanging over the road. There are good views down into the city and across the harbor, and we pass almost under the reduced base of a slim, rounded 45 storey apartment building.

    At the higher levels, we detour into a suburb tucked away in the bush, then get back on the main road to the ...

    Expat knowledge

    A travel blog entry by bcharlton on Sep 05, 2015

    6 photos

    ... of the demise of Taxis today.

    Ryan took me to a part of Hong Kong (forgotten sorry) that is chic urban expat city Hong Kong. Behind the big slabs of glass and cement (still plenty there as well) there is a maze of back streets with a growing café, trendy bar scene mixed with antiques and art. Think Paris sort of.....frogs legs and snails still very likely along with some other interesting delicacies. We had breakfast at one of his favourite (hello Ryan gave ...

    Trains, Gondola, Bus, Foot and Ferries

    A travel blog entry by chris_a on Jul 11, 2015

    5 photos

    ... a sign in both Chinese and English that clearly stated "No Entry". Happy to respect this request, we held back but noticed others who ignored it and proceeded through without any suggestion that they were doing the wrong thing. Eventually an elderly lady noticed our predicament and gestured to us that it was OK to enter. We thanked her and proceeded into the inner grounds of the temple complex where a paved and tree-fringed courtyard framed the view ahead to the main ...

    Hong Kong Honeymooners

    A travel blog entry by amyianhoneymoon on Dec 01, 2014

    5 photos

    ... streets. We got to the hotel and crashed hard, with all good intentions of waking up in a couple hours to take in the New Years celebrations and fireworks... didn't happen. Early morning came and we were well rested and famished so we ordered room service and chowed down happily. We hit the pavement at 830am and just got back to our room at 11:00pm, pretty proud of ourselves for the amount of ground we covered in one day, ...

    Coming home!

    A travel blog entry by tayrocfam on Aug 28, 2014

    2 comments, 7 photos

    ... were usually being somewhat cleaned and maintained. I know that some of the other people on our tour who had already done Cambodia Vietnam, did use their sanitisers more. I used tissues here and there, and towards the end, cottoned on to the fact that the toilet paper was actually outside of the cubicles, near the sink, which you took before going into the cubicle. We have stayed in hotels that are air conditioned day and night (and they are noisy and some cannot be turned ...