Gloucester Luk Kwok Hong Kong
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- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
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... out to Lantau Island to see big buddha. I'd bought the charm so I couldn't not see it. We stupidly didn't book online before we went, so had to wait in line for about an hour and a half before we finally got on the gondola. Longest gondola ride of my life, it was absolutely freezing!!!! But when we finally got there, big buddha was incredible! There was a lot of steps up to him, but when we finally made it, legs slightly shaking, it was awesome!! We even got the selfie stick out, and ...
Making the most of our last day we set off after breakfast and walked down Nathan Road past the Peninsular Hotel and into the 1881 Heritage Centre where we stopped for a rather expensive morning coffee. The Heritage Centre was an administrative centre for Kowloon and the New Territories in the latter part of the 19th century but is now an upmarket mall stuffed full of expensive jewellers and designer shops. ...
... we looked down at this morning were now across the water, standing tall and bright. Every evening at 8am there is a light and laser display. The sky scrapers light up in sync with music played on the promenade. Green lasers shoot from the top and rainbow colours twinkle and fall. It's not spectacular but it does let you sit back and take in the size of the harbour. Huge sky scrapers, tens of them, boats churning back and forth, so many people...an amazing ...
... bit. The hotel was built on top of a shopping centre and the basement was actually an IKEA ! We did have a peep but could not buy anything, could we?? The park opposite appeared very busy and when we checked it out it was the registration for the marathon the following week.
We met Sue for dinner and she took us into the city to a fab place called Jasper's. We had to approach by escalator up the steep hillside which was slightly odd! We did wake up about 3.30am and had ...
... say I got to try half the menu! I took notes and plan to share them when I get back to ZZ. Now, I bet you want to know how much this cost me, with my four dishes and a mineral water, that now thinking about I never actually got (service issue) it came to 65HKD$ which is 9.78CAD$. Crazy right! I couldn't believe it. If the line wasn't so long and such a hit or miss for wait times, I would definitely go back. PS if ever you are in HK, this Restaurant ******* is a must! ...