New Hong Kong Hostel

Address: Flat C1,Floor 6,Block C,Chung King Mansion,Nathan Road 36-44,Kowloon, Hong Kong, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the 尖沙咀 area of Hong Kong, is near Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade, Hong Kong Museum of History, Hong Kong Science Museum, and Hong Kong Museum of Art.
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    26th-30th Oct Hong kong

    A travel blog entry by mcgrtwtrip on Nov 26, 2014

    3 comments, 25 photos

    ... 8217;t even notice until they turn up as a fabulous photo on his screen. We did notice walking around the business areas that there was no one on the streets - loads of really ( I mean really) expensive cars but no people. Then we realised there were walkways above the traffic connecting all the buildings. We tried those out and realised that the walkways aren’t just corridors connecting buildings, they are in fact full of - you guessed it - more shops! Never ending posh ...

    Shanghai to Hong Kong

    A travel blog entry by farmersmart on Oct 08, 2014

    40 photos

    ... report that there were some very nice cars in Beijing, as there are in all the cities. The cars might have been a bit older in the western parts of the country, with many older VWs in particular. It seemed to me that the car fleet is newer than in South Australia & probably with a higher percentage of luxury cars. I read somewhere recently that car sales grew by 16% last year, so I don’t know where they will fit all the cars after a while.

    It was ...

    Big Buddha

    A travel blog entry by cwscott on Jul 29, 2014

    9 photos

    ... clearing with a dozen 30ft tall plans of wood arranged in a figure of eight, each bearing an inscription from a Buddhist holy text. On the way back along the path, we passed some absolutely huge butterflies and dragonflies but mercifully few other tourists.

    Before heading back down on the cable car we did some souvenir shopping. We got the Mums some 'blooming tea' that opens up into the shape of a flower when hot water is poured over it. Wendy looked ...

    So Class Begins

    A travel blog entry by keiminhongkong on Feb 10, 2014

    4 photos

    ... the possibility of 10 years in prison (maximum penalty for theft) and the life-ruining shame one would bring to their family and friends for getting caught committing such a petty crime.

    Another thing I've noticed about Hong Kong is it is no wonder they have such a booming economy, consumerism is basically forced down everyone's throat. There are advertisements literally everywhere downtown. Flashing billboards, interactive touchscreen signs with catchy songs. And ...

    Day 20.5 - Rome - Helsinki - Hong Kong

    A travel blog entry by bss-tour-2013 on Dec 11, 2013

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... effect during the first 20 years of Chinese rule. Hong Kong is a world city. It is one of the Al­pha+ cities and it usually be considered as the fifth most important city in the world, after New York City, London, Paris and Tokyo. Also, a Time Magazine article in 2008 coined the phrase "Nylonkong", which referred to New York City, London and Hong Kong, that these three cities form a global network that facilitates the global economy. As one of the world's ...

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