Hongkong Chain Hotel (Jiawei)
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Later on we headed down to the harbour to catch "A Symphony of Lights" light show at 8pm over the Hong Kong skyline. Apparently it is in the Guinness world records as the worlds 'largest permanent light and sound show", however we thought it was a bit disappointing, just some music and lasers (not all of the buildings joined in) but still a great experience. Hong Kong has the most skyscrapers in the world, almost double that of New York. ...
... the 5.30 ferry home. The trip took about an hour on the Turbojet, and it was very pleasant as we shot across the Pearl River estuary, past some of Hong Kong's 263 islands, many uninhabited, some just little rocky pyramids covered in dark green scrub. Unfortunately the windows of the ferry were dirty, so I couldn't take an decent photos.
We have come home to pack up for the final time, as we are flying home tomorrow night.
... s busiest beach, packed with holidaying Chinese was also a bizarre highlight.
Our five days in HK came to an end and we said our farewells, firmly on the side of positivity towards HK -a bustling lively place, urban yet distinctly tropical, full of wonderful sights and tasty food. Not to mention a lovely few days catching up with friends in their family home. it was also a fitting end to our long-haul Asian adventure as Europe and more old friends and family beckoned.
... traveller, so all those frustrations over street names and specific location of restaurants was a pain. This time, I'm just complacently following people. Haha! It felt like eating breakfast at night- the french toast was extremely good. It was a nightmare health-wise, with an inordinate amount of butter and honey drizzled on it. Taste-wise, it was a dream. What ...
... sadly undergoing renovation work so was covered in scaffolding, (bamboo of course) and we only had access to one room, but we had a good look around before climbing up to see Buddha. Up up and up we climbed until we are at the foot of the marvel. The views were spectacular and the mix of people diverse. You had the devotees meditating and praying for whom this visit was a spiritual event, but most people were like us, there for the spectacle and the ...