Li Jing Gulf Hotel
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Li Jing Gulf Hotel Shenzhen
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We arrived in Hong Kong late yesterday afternoon and were instantly hit by a cloud of hot, humid air and a sea of skyscrapers! It was certainly a relief when eventually we entered the air conditioned hotel and we were awed by the view from our window. Having forgotten to take our No-Lag tablets on the flight we suffered from a we dose of jet lag this morning, not sleeping until about 3:30am or so ...
... so we exited the walkways and went to the nearest tram stop in the direction we intended to go and met two other passengers from the ship. We decided to go right to the end off the line to the terminus so we could see the whole of the route from the tram and sightsee en route. We boarded the first available tram. The cost was 28p each single. The journey took one hour and twenty minutes as it was slow going with many stops but we had a marvellous view of the areas we ...
... am very happy in my shoe box and I look forward to filling it slowly over the next few months as the HKD rolls in. Speaking of which, I’m glad to report that I’ve survived my first 2 weeks of work. To say I’m feeling out of my depth is a massive understatement – new to Asia, new to Logistics, new to Learning & Development and new to working across continents, I sure as eggs am a teeny tiny fish in a big big pond. I have a lot to learn ...
Buses here don't give change and the
price should be visible on the bus.
Of all the places we have seen so far,
not so much. If it is on your route then it is worth a couple days
stop over, but we wouldn't mark it as a must see place. Then again,
we only stayed in the HongKong island and Kowloon area and there is
much more to HongKong then that so perhaps getting out to other areas
may make a trip more worth ...
... that it is similar to London in a lot of ways. There is the financial district, the restaurant area with street performers like Covent garden, the bar area like Leicester square, the underground packed with commuters, the expensive shopping road like Knightsbridge and of course a Marks and Spencer's! I left Hong Kong not really feeling like a backpacker but more like I had been on holiday. Something tells me we are going to be in for a shock when the real hardcore travelling gets ...