Mission Hills Resort Shenzhen
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMission Hills Resort Shenzhen
Without a doubt the best golfing experience in my life, with easily the best service I've encountered from the highly competent and friendly staff that treat you like Royalty.
The beautifully appointed Hotel and surrounding add the framework for a Golfing adventure that everyone should experience at some stage...
Thankyou for the memories Mission Hills!!!
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... are grouped together. There is not a lot of quick food except in the area that we first arrived in.
It seems that our group had a difference of opinions on where to eat as we looked at the floor full of restaurants. Lisa was wanting to go back where we arrived and have some of the cheap food but H.S. was thinking hell nah! So there was a little tension while people talked about where to eat. For my part, I just kept thinking “I’m not even hungry.” ...
... but we didn't buy them anyway. We got a bit wet but it was more from the water Paul decided to chuck over my back at the beginning of the ride! As we were already a bit wet, we went across to the rapids. Guess who met us.... Some more of our friends from Kodak (not the same ones). Again they didn't ask us if we wanted a photo just told us to smile and be HAPPY and clicked away! Three other lads in our boat did the same. At home, the rapids don't tend to get ...
... handbags, all appeared very good quality. Then onto a jewellery factory, again I could have spent a million dollars, I did buy a lovely pearl pendant. Resting up for a night out. Back in our hotel 11pm after a lovely night, first a Harbour Cruise, which was spectacular we watched the sun go down behind the buildings, a pretty site, then we boarded another boat to take us for a eight course dinner on the Jumbo Floating Restaurant, we viewed ...
... overnight. See yesterday’s blog.
On the way to the next stop we passed the Hong Kong Cemetery. Hong Kong is very overcrowded with limited space and burial of the dead can be a problem. Lots of Chinese are concerned about cremation and so a practice known as 50/50 is practiced whereby the dead are buried for 7 years then exhumed and cremated thereby vacating their grave for use by another occupant!
The next visit was to Aberdeen. ...
I awoke on my first morning (at 4am sadly), feeling a little more refreshed I sat and had breakfast, a confusing matter when you don't know a thing, but rice noodles with scrambled egg and Chinese tea seemed to do the trick. What was I to do today, hit the ground running is my only thought, so with this it was time to find the Peak tram. En route to the station I stumbled upon St Johns Cathedral, a rather grandiose name I think, Hartley Wintney have a claim to be ...