Grand Skylight Hotel Shenzhen
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... but no hassle from the vendors. We then took a Sampan boat ride round the water village in Aberdeen, home to hundreds of people who spend their entire life on the water. Highlight of the day was the sky terrace at the Victoria peak, unbelievable views above the sky scrapers, it was a bit foggy but we still had amazing views. Fantastic laser show every night, ...
... I still love it! The Dim Sum is amazing, and especially for that price! Of course we had already had dim sum the evening before as well, but this experience was very different: this restaurant puts more towards the decor and service, and of course the dishes are different as well. After dinner we went for drinks at Wooloomooloo, one of Hong Kong's many skybars. The drinks were great, and the view not bad - although the visibility was unfortunately still rather low...
... pretty cruel. Just leave the dog at home, right? Fanning it with a tissue isn't going to help.
Inside, the whole thing was less nerdy and more over-stimulating than I'd predicted, with big areas dedicated to Lego, Playstation 4 and Xbox One. There was a huge promotion for Big Bang (a male K-pop group)'s new album, which was apparently visited by G Dragon the next day. We missed out. There were a lot of people in cosplay, although I didn't know ...
... the central city are the Trees that can at times be seen clinging with spidery roots and silken leaf tendrils to small patches of ground and revetted walls. Riding the Victoria peak train up the track gives outstanding views of an ever expanding city and as the journey continues above the flats the skyline and towers become more impressive. After a crammed train ride up to the top of the peak we made our way further up to the top of the viewing platform ...
... the middle of the city and whoever can't afford the frankly eye watering prices gets to live on these stunning islands, explaining the white faces in Mui Wo. Cushty as Del Boy would say.
Tai O is quite different though. The village council is strong and does not want large scale development nor multi national chains coming in. Recent plans by a large supermarket to open a store have been successfully blocked, and all the businesses in the village are owned by locals. ...