Dorsett Regency Hotel Hong Kong
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... before but it was delicious. Later on we went out on Phil and Hau's bikes and as there wasn't a spare helmet we stopped off somewhere so I could buy one as they're so cheap and I figure I can keep it here for my next visit hehe. We stopped off at Snowee's for some yummy ice cream then headed back home. I for one needed some kip! Looking forward to a good night's sleep ready for tomorrow. It's good to be back in ...
... 00 for a sausage roll. Being the only coffee shop there they had a captive market. Nothing has caught our eye here at the Hong Kong airport duty frees, but camera and iPad prices are pretty good, about 20% cheaper. We are due to arrive in Singapore at midnight, so we will quickly unpack then head out to a nightclub (yeah ...
... really high, and we sat in the front so I got a little scared! After the RC racer it was time for the parade, so we walked through Fantasyland back to the front of the castle to watch it. We wanted to take the train, but it was closed so close to parade time. We then bought our Mickey and Minnie ears, and I got a Mickey ice cream! As the parade was about to start, it started to rain, and then stopped and got sunny, so everyone had their umbrella out and tried to push in front of ...
... plenty of time to spare to check in for our flight and check out of the great Sheraton at a relaxed and great pace.
We then headed for the Tsuen Wan neighborhood section of Hong Kong. It is up closer to the airport for our early departure tomorrow morning. It is also a cheaper hotel and it is named 'The Panda Hotel."
We arrive and it is a throng of folks checking in and out. It is a madhouse. But, we navigate our way ...
First day in Hong Kong and the heat is immense. You can hardly breathe as the humidity is 65% it's pretty crazy and that is when we arrive at 9am!!! Very tired after what seemed like days of travelling but we head to cat and robs to drop of our bags and freshen up. Head out to Sao Kung town where we took a ride on a junk boat around the islands then headed to a Thai restaurant for some food. Area of Sao Kung is very nice with lots of people around. The ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility