Garden View Hong Kong(YWCA)
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We have had a great start to our travels! The first five days of our trip were spent in Hong Kong and this turned out to be a fantastic place to begin our six month adventure. Hong Kong has many elements of Traditional Chinese culture but also has western influences, so arriving here was not too much of a culture shock. Our time in Hong Kong was …
... harbor. We pass houseboats, both small and large fishing boats, commercial boats and more. After about half an hour we are dropped off at the pier and board the bus for the trek back to the ship.
It was a good and interesting tour! That evening before turning in I took some photos of the Hong Kong skyline—it is spectacular. Hopefully I have attached some to this report.
We spend the night in Hong Kong and tomorrow another ...
... minutes here, I decided to head back and call it a night. Recap: Overall, I liked visiting the Buddha statue, it was great to see once and I enjoyed the tram ride each way. However, it's not on my list to repeat again. It was pretty far away from the city, and the views from the statue weren't that amazing. Like I said though, I would definitely recommend a visit if you haven't been before. As for the peak and the observation deck, I would 100% recommend visiting ...
Another early start again with a second attempt to capture the sunrise, after a more successful photography walk and a chance to properly see the city it's become one of my favourite places to visit, it's sad to think we will be flying out this evening but l am determined to make sure it's not wasted. After breakfast and final bag organisation, we ...
... fastest ever Train. It leaves from Long Yang Lu Station in the Pudong New District, and take the 8 minute ride to the Pudong airport. Made with ground breaking German technology, the Magnetic Levitation ( Maglev) Train is the new state of the art mode of transportation in Shanghai. The Maglev has no wheels; it floats on an electromagnetic cushion propelled along a guideway at incredible speeds. Built at a cost of over 1 billion US dollars, it runs over ...