Eastern Banshan Hotel
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It's Sunday morning and time to reflect on the 5 days I have spent in Hong Kong. Tomorrow I leave for Ningbo, so now is as good a time as ever. First and foremost, this place is like no other I have been. It's hard not to be attracted to the buildings that rise like stalactites and are lit up at night. From on high you see the collective beauty these have. So it was great to get the chance to see that for ourselves from the highest bar in the world at The Ritz-Carlton. What ...
So first day in Hong Kong we were up and ready for our first disneyland experience but we had to get there first and befriending that we had to be awake and the only coffee option was stuckbucks. After our ridiculously large coffees we headed through the maze of streets and shops to the Tim sham Tim station and after a change of trains we made it to what get bonkers call the Disney train. It's seriously a train that is all decked out with Disney from the hand holds to the windows. ...
... flower market too. I could only take photos of them though...we then headed off for the Ngong Ping 360 cable car on Lanteau Island. One of the green spaces in Hong Kong. After a wait in line, off we went...we got a discount so we took a car with a glass floor up. While touristy, it is fun to do and was a nice way to spend the day. We got a great overview and saw (I climbed up the stairs) the Giant Buddha. We went back down in the regular cable car. And got some great ...
... towards the shops. I bought the cutest 3D metal puzzle that created a cable car along a line. We also grabbed some gelato! Yum!
Pausing in our room to regroup, change and find a place to eat. We headed to the IFC mall to grab some dinner. There was a wonderful sushi place, however there was a wait. Next door was a nice restaurant, so we thought we would maybe get some drinks in the bar there. The whole restaurant looked out over the water and to the main ...
... ones just staring, quite a different religious experience. It is home to three religions, Buddhism, Confucianism and Taoism but we couldn't tell one from the other. On our way back to the YMCA where we are staying (don't feel too bad for us there is a Maserati and Porsche parked out front) we took a walk through the Temple Night Market that was just getting set up; interesting smells, noises and already a crush of people. I don't think we will venture ...