Park Guest House

A1 15/Floor Block A, Chung King Mansion, 36-44 Nathan Road, Tsimshatsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Hong Kong


A travel blog entry by terry-christina


... Lady of Penha church, high on a hill, very old, with at least 6 couples having their pre-wedding photos taken in the blazing heat, with the church and gardens as the backdrop.

Next was A-Ma Temple, built in 1488, in the historic centre of Macau.The area was a fascinating blend of Asian and European architecture. I had a Portuguese egg tart under the shade of a banyan tree. That tart was almost the nicest thing I have ...

Day 1: Food Trail!

A travel blog entry by rongenontheroad


... over the exorbitant pricing, but if you only consider the taste it is indeed deserving of the accolades- the dumplings were firm and savoury while the noodles were springy.

There was still some time left after dinner, so we went to The Peak for great views of the Hong Kong skyline. I didn't get to try this during my last trip so I was excited!


Zaijian China

A travel blog entry by meganlang


... 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 ...

Giant crabs ahoy!

A travel blog entry by olivernzer


... station as I wasnt quite sure where it was. So I trudged off under the weight of 300 kilos of learning Chinese literature, sweating like the guy who has to carry the crates of giant crabs into the restaurant, and walked for half an hour around the station I thought had the left luggage office. I was half dead by the time I found it, and so I went to get an iced coffee. Unfortunatly it was really strong coffee and was undrinkable, but at least it was cold. When Id recoverd a bit I ...

Hong Kong

A travel blog entry by emilie.girard55


... in the Causeway Bay area. There, we got to visit the Victoria park, little temples tuck away in alleys, have a break in a cat cafe and finally go see a horse race at the Happy Valley Racecourse. Busy, busy week!

I leave you now the pleasure of looking through my pictures from the trip! I warn you though, I was trigger happy during this trip so you may be a little overwhelmed by the quantity of AMAZING shots :P


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This hotel, located in the 尖沙咀 area of Hong Kong, is near Hong Kong Museum of History, Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade, Hong Kong Science Museum, and Hong Kong Museum of Art.
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