Hongkong Chain Hotel (Jiawei)

No.2 Building, No.16 Jialianwei Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the 尖沙咀 area of Hong Kong, is near Hong Kong Museum of History, Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade, Hong Kong Science Museum, and Hong Kong Museum of Art.
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Travel Blogs from Hong Kong

China - Hong Kong

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Jul 01, 2014

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... lunch in Pizza Hut (at about 15.00) we were ready to experience some sightseeing around the city of Hong Kong. First of all, we decided to explore the neighborhood called “Tsim Sha Tsui” where our hostel was actually situated. We immediately noticed that Tsim Sha Tsui was home to a variety of restaurants offering a huge range of international cuisine, plenty of large modern shopping malls and historic buildings. The scenic waterfront promenade offers some of the ...

Day 43 Hong Kong

A travel blog entry by cherylpaul on Jun 21, 2014

... on the roof tops of some buildings/ part of a hill. The park was lovely. Beautiful lush gardens, waterways and small waterfalls, hundreds of turtles and some very large Koy (fish). There was also a bird aviary and a large flock of flamingos, even some ducks!! so I was glad we made the effort to go, although it was even more steamy & humid in there than anywhere else we had been. We had also commented previously wandering around HK that it was ...

Hong Kong one

A travel blog entry by kathrynelliott on May 11, 2014

... had a simple lunch of tomato basil soup and a grilled shrimp Caesar salad. Brian seems to be coming down with the cold now, so we decided to have a quiet afternoon. I may try to see if we can download MacLeans now that we are not in a restricted zone. It seems we can access CBC now - sometimes we have been able to get the Globe or the Citizen on line, but we are a little starved for news (CNN heavily censored doesn't quite cut it).


Reflections on China

A travel blog entry by carrhaughan on Apr 16, 2014

... the significant cultural differences, even within the biggest cities, can be very hard to deal with. The pollution levels are also challenging, definitely as bad as they’re made out to be. Given its place in the modern world, it’s surprising to realise that foreign tourists in China are still an utterly insignificant minority – travel to see the Forbidden City, for example, and you’ll be outnumbered probably 1000:1 (possibly higher) by ...

Day 1 in Hong Kong

A travel blog entry by nickandjo on Apr 01, 2014

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... saw Norman Foster’s HSBC building and the Bank of Hong Kong
Building which was designed by the Architect of the Louvre in Paris (whose name escapes me just at the moment). Samsung, Panasonic, and lots of others all seem to have their own skyscrapers.

We arrived back on the ship in time for lunch and to capitalise on an empty launderette to deal with our increasing supply of unwashed clothes.

After dinner we went to see the show which tonight was a ...