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We had three days in Hong Kong to see the sights on the way to the Philippines.
We stayed on Kowloon island right near the harbour so had a good central location. The first day after a pretty gross breakfast at the hotel we wandered along the harbour front, where there was alot of sculptures and of course had to make a visit to the Bruce …
... from exploring Hong Kong and Singapore to racing down the streets in the trishaw to meeting Steven Tyler. The food was different but outstanding, the people in Singapore were especially nice and the architecture, both in Hong Kong and Singapore, was unique and interesting - I wish more American buildings were as creative.
Well that is about it. I hope you enjoyed our adventure as much as we did!
... place with a feel that a lot of stuff is going on and its a booming city. Pretty much everyone speaks english as well, so there is no real language barrier problem.
We then got another ferry to a smaller island called Llama, which is where Tom lives. It was a magnificient island that had its own whole subculture completely different to the mainland. Similar to how a London worker may wish to commute to the countryside to get away from it all. Except this ...
... and very crowded. So it is definitely not a place where I would have liked to spend much time at all. However, Hong Kong is also very convenient in terms of availability of all kinds of goods and restaurants, and most importantly known for its very efficient bureaucracy, also positively impacting the process of getting a visa for other countries. The latest was the key reason why we went to Hong Kong in the first place, i.e. to obtain a new China visa.
So after ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Imperial Hotel Hong Kong
The hotel room was clean and well taken care of. The only draw back was that the bathroom smelled a little moldy after taking showers. However, the service at the hotel was very good and they let us leave our bags there when we arrived early and left late. The best part was by far the location, convenient to the MTR, Kowloon Park, ferries and the Tsam Tsim Shui waterfront. I highly recommend this hotel if you're looking for a place to stay on a budget.
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