Newton Place

Address: No.163 Wai Yip Street, Kwun Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the 观塘 area of Hong Kong, is near Lantau Island, Lan Kwai Fong, Tai O, and Sham Shui Po.
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      Hong kong

      A travel blog entry by bartlett_100 on Oct 24, 2014

      4 photos

      Day 1 flew into Hanoi from London Gatwick with Vietnam airlines! Comfortable quiet apart from the woman sat on front who kept hitting me with her chair! Arrived in Hanoi and onto dragon air flight to Hong Kong leaving the next day, the aircraft had what I thought was smoke pouring into the cabin but no one else batted an eyelid to I kept stum maybe it was the aircon? Got to Hong Kong safe met a crazy Serb guy who kept talking rubbish and then wandered round causeway ...

      Shanghai to Hong Kong

      A travel blog entry by farmersmart on Oct 08, 2014

      40 photos

      ... which the map says is 1,840 metres above sea level. The track we hiked on was concrete all the way & mostly steps, thousands of them. Yellow Mountain is not a place for tranquillity, as there were thousands of other people on the mountain the day we were there. It was a Saturday, which might have made it worse for crowds. It was quite a gruelling hike, but very satisfying when we got to where the cable car went & then climbed even higher past Beihai ...

      Hong Kong Museum of History

      A travel blog entry by cwscott on Jul 30, 2014

      1 comment, 10 photos

      ... the trade imbalance generated by China's exports of tea and textiles. And to think UKIP get annoyed about a few Romanians. Although even if UKIP get into power I don't think even they'd go as far as employing the same gunboat tactics used by the 19th century British government to ensure Her Majesty's interests were protected and promoted. Still, at least it wasn't as bad as the Japanese occupation during World War Two. Whilst ...

      The Peak and Big Buddha

      A travel blog entry by caroline63 on Dec 15, 2013

      54 photos

      Today was really wet and miserable all day. We got the subway to The Peak and then the funicular. Railway to the top, but visibility was so poor. We had breakfast in the cafe and after a while it started to clear a bit so we caught the escalators back up to the top again. We managed to catch some views as the clouds swirled in and out. We then got my luggage and checked out of the hotel and got a taxi to the airport, where I left my luggage. We then ...

      Zaijian China

      A travel blog entry by meganlang on Nov 03, 2013

      1 comment, 13 photos

      ... a massive, international city; kind of like New York City, minus the amazing live music scene. We traveled by foot through million dollar neighborhoods to reach Victoria Peak which overlooks the Hong Kong side of skyscrapers and buildings. An easy metro ride over to the Kowloon side allows you to stroll down their version of the Avenue of Stars and check out Bruce Lee and Jet Li's hand prints in the concrete all while ogling the gorgeous skyline illuminated at ...