Caritas Oswald Cheung International House

Address: No.20 Tin Wan Street, Aberdeen, Hong Kong, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the 香港仔 area of Hong Kong, is near Peak Tower, Aberdeen Harbour, and Aberdeen Country Park.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Caritas Oswald Cheung International House Hong Kong

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    Travel Blogs from Hong Kong

    3 days in Hong Kong

    A travel blog entry by insignia2015 on Oct 25, 2015

    22 photos

    ... Wooloomooloo Bar with another amazing view of the lights of the city. A Chinese meal for dinner at mid levels of the Peak and then we headed for the Irish Dickens Bar at the Excelsior for the New Zealand v South Africa rugby semi final. Frank earned a rugby shirt by consuming a bucket of 6 beers, with a little help. Sunday's breakfast view was of our soon to be home for the next 35 days, the Oceania Insignia, berthed across the bay in Hong Kong Harbour, looking resplendent ...

    Hong Kong, then home

    A travel blog entry by diannemurray on Sep 12, 2015

    43 photos

    ... By accident we come upon the Zoo and Botanical Gardens, and it seemed to be free so we went in for a look, finding a variety of birds and animals, and groups of probably Filipina nannies with their charges down on the lawn by the fountain.

    From here we took a fairly level road towards our hotel, passing a significant colonnaded colonial building, a large and colourful church and a park on the street which leads down to our hotel.

    Expat knowledge

    A travel blog entry by bcharlton on Sep 05, 2015

    6 photos

    ... ferry to the Kowloon side of the harbor.

    I'd had enough of Hong Kong by this stage - the heat, smog and masses of humanity all looking tired but committed to the new Gods of commercialism was getting to me. I got back to the hotel, popped on the bathers and headed to the rooftop pool to clean off the layer of the city that had covered me. The pool had wifi so I We Chat video Debi and the lads for a chat and after a while found myself getting burnt in the Hong Kong ...

    Trains, Gondola, Bus, Foot and Ferries

    A travel blog entry by chris_a on Jul 11, 2015

    5 photos

    ... their business. Off in the distance were a number of towering, industrial-strength chimneys that apparently mark out where the main electricity-generating facilities for Hong Kong are located. It was hard to see them through the humidity and smog. Large container ships increased the size of our convoy as we joined the floating procession heading into the main waterway leading to the docks around Hong Kong and Kowloon. As is often the case with aircraft, we were temporarily ...

    Tian Tan. Or more commonly known, The Big Buddha.

    A travel blog entry by jariel on Jul 11, 2015

    4 photos

    ... arrived at Ngong Ping Village, home of The Big Buddha and Hong Kong Po Lin Monastery. Did the day live up to my expectation: Line for the Cable Car: short. Tick. Cable car ride: impressive views and engineering. Tick Buddha: In Matthew's words,"It was big." Tick All round experience: A must do. Tick. ...