Century Kingdom Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... place to try shopping. There was a huge mall which was just an absolute treat; floor upon floor of very similar shops selling handbags, tailor made clothes, kids toys, and electronics. We'd forgotten that smoking and spitting were allowed indoors.
In terms of fakes, Shenzhen is the place to go and there were plenty of Westerners with suitcases ready to haggle. Apparently there are four grades of goods to be found:
Grade 1 is the legit item
Grade 2 is ...
... the verdant foliage it was easy to think it would have been nice to walk up to the buddha but the heat and humidity would have just made it impossible.
As we rounded the bend at Nei Lak Shan Angle Station, we got our first view of the bud dat itself. The bronze statue stands (or rather sits) at 34m tall with his palm outstretched in a gesture of blessing and a serene look upon his face as he surveys the rolling green hills about him. It may only be the ...
Upon awaking on Sunday and starting our day, while riding the "ding ding" (a double decked street rail vehicle similar to a cable car) we noticed that the normally extremely busy streets were now ridiculously busy. Almost every sidewalk, stairwell, and business front was lined with women sitting on blankets in small groups having what looked like picnics. Now I`m all for picnics and the sight of them doesn`t ...
... through which I could just make out the sign “No Smoking Allowed”. We hiked up a ...
... hall so we wandered in and were delighted to find out that they did and not only that but it had exactly the same food as home, what a result! Although it was a little bit pricey we decided to treat ourselves to a home comfort and bought a nice fat sausage roll each!
Hong Kong is not a flat island and there are plenty of steep parts to it. We headed up towards the peak tram and caught the tram all the way up to the top to see the Hong Kong skyline from above. I had read ...