Horaton Hotel

Intersection of Bao'an North Road and Taoyuan Road, Shenzhen, Guangdong, 518101, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Intersection of Bao'an North Road and Taoyuan Road, Shenzhen.
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Travel Blogs from Shenzhen

Another day in Hong Kong

A travel blog entry by wellesbourne on Jun 16, 2014

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... the buildings are involved with them changing colour and making patterns to music. The show tonight was in English so we understood the commentary. In the harbour we could see a sampan. Evidently it is the only traditional one left. Afterwards we walked along the promenade, watching the world go by. Hong Kong is very pretty at night. Returning to the metro, we passed lots of street art installations. They were great fun and very effective. It was difficult at times to decide which were ...

Friday in Hong Kong

A travel blog entry by geoffdawe on Mar 21, 2014

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... Island and Kowloon put on a light and laser show which is quite spectacular. Spurred on by our success on the public transport system we decided to go to Lantau Island on Friday. We took a ferry and then caught a a bus to Ngong Ping to see the giant Tian Tan Buddha and the Po Lin Monastery. The Buddha is enormous and can be seen for miles. It was interesting to see Buddhists lighting joss sticks and putting down ...

Hong Kong day 1: a Peak experience.

A travel blog entry by billnpat on Dec 05, 2013

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... our next objective. Hong Kong is essentially green heavily vegetated hills with gully like valleys descending to the harbour. At the tops, the hills are sprinkled with big villas, and then apartments and condos, getting more and more dense as you descend. At the base of the hills are towering skyscrapers of commercial buildings, hotels and apartment buildings lining the busy harbour side. Much of what was once grimy and congested shanty towns has now gone, replaced by swish ...

Weeks 3 + 4 - Junk Boat and Mid-Autumn Festival

A travel blog entry by sferrazza23 on Sep 25, 2013

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... occurred than what was expected. A few trees down here and there but nothing extremely severe. Classes were canceled on the following Monday though so although I was paranoid about the storm, I got an ultra long weekend! :) I TECHNICALLY survived a typhoon, sort of..

Overall, it was an amazing week. So much happened, and it was great to experience a real part of Chinese culture. Stay tuned, as a trip to Macau is on the agenda for Week 6 !






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Hong Kong

A travel blog entry by colchar on Jun 25, 2013

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... it turned out you needed photo ID to be able to go up, Col had his driving licence on him but I didn't have anything with me so Col had to go up alone. I was well annoyed/jealous!! Lol, he took great pleasure in telling me that the views over the city where amazing. After that we took a ferry over to another part of the island to see the worlds biggest sitting Buddha. Once the ferry docked we had to catch a bus to the statue, as we got closer the weather got worse ...