Marco Polo Shenzhen
Travel Blogs from Shenzhen
... my irrational distaste for the language, but I can't, so sorry Cantonese lovers/speakers. I do, however, worry that the Cantonese speaking may interfere with my ability to learn Mandarin as fast as I did before, but that hasn't been the case so far. Perhaps it's the fact that Cantonese sounds like somebody is speaking Dubstep or making "clop, clop" noises like a horse's hooves. Luckily, Shenzhen is a business city, therefore the majority of people who live here are from ...
... the amazing light show across Victoria Harbour, despite the rain the buildings looked stunning and as we'd imagined. Having been spoilt in China by always having our own room it is a bit of an adjustment moving into a mixed dorm in a hostel. The deceptively named 'mansion' is a huge, sprawling rabbit warren of shabby apartments, narrow corridors, dingy stairwells and ...
... where we would stay for just one night before flying on to Hong Kong for the weekend and then finish up our tour in Singapore. We were staying in the Sheraton Great Wall, a normal Sheraton that despite its name was nowhere near the great wall so not sure what that's was all about.
On the night we arrived my colleague and I fancied sushi so we searched the internet locally and found a bar we could get to easily and despite some concerns as we entered it ...
... experience. I really enjoyed everything there.
The reason I enjoyed it so much I think, is because Hong Kong Disneyland is much more than a theme park. There are plenty of rides to enjoy, but there are so many other fabulous attractions - shows, parades, experiences. The nightmare before Christmas parade was also amazing.while I'm watching in the parade I ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center