Fang Fang Li Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... forests to the south. I expected Hong Kong to be a city of manmade wonders, but the natural beauty here is breathtaking as well. Following the hike we took the Peak Tram down to Central. Jin and I walked around the SoHo neighborhood, which has many bars and restaurants, and had dinner at Yung Kee. All in all it was a great first day in ...
... where big Buddha is. It was a very scenic ride, I would definitely recommend it. It took about an hour to get a ticket and then get in a cable car, but it was worth it, despite the sweltering heat.
There is a little town at the base of where Big Buddha is. It was mostly souvenir stores and little restaurants. We skipped them on the way in, and went straight to see the big man. It was crowded but still very serene. It started to sprinkle rain so we ...
... our bags in the hotel room we hit the streets where Adam appears to have a tattoo on his head as every single hawker calls and begs to him to buy their wares.
We couldn't resist a combination of roast pork and dim sum for dinner and then headed down to the wharf edge to wait for the light show. The mist was still heavy so not much to see except for the thousands of people that mill and wait for things to happen.
This morning ...
... much as I could.
I was able to fall back asleep and thankfully woke up with only and hour and a half left to go! They gave us another meal, which took up some time, and then it was time to land. I t finally hit me that I was in Asia! As I looked out the window, I saw the lights get brighter and brighter. I could not have been happier when we landed. Thankfully I was towards the front so I didn’t have to wait long to get off the plane. I said goodbye to ...
... and it is full of ..you guessed it.. seafood restaurants.. the huge variety of fresh seafood are all in tanks to be selected and cooked to your preference. one dines over looking the boats, trawlers and ferries etc that crowd the bay..
A welcome spot to sit & enjoy the view and wonder how this island, this place is still so simplistic and yet so close to Hong Kong..Also nearby Sham wan bay boasts an important ...