Regal Hongkong Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Banquet room
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... nowhere near doing it justice as there was no photography allowed in the halls. But if you can just imagine the temple, barely lit by the sun and on each wall there were thousands of individual Buddhas, each slightly different and with its own little light. The effect was mesmerising. Outside there are more statues and giant incense pots and devotees praying. But this wasn't the end....
We continue to climb up the mountain with the ...
... sweet but savoury mushroom tart and a milk tart that I was not very keen on, but Mark seemed to really enjoy. Today is a relaxing day as its ment to rain and there is only one major thing left in HK that we are eager to do when the weather is nicer tomorrow. There is a Michelin star famous Dim Sum place in central HK called Tim Ho Wan. We tried to go early, but the branch we go to is closed for renovations so have to go the the main one and don't arrive until ...
... in between. All very lively and good just to soak up the atmosphere but without some of the high pressure selling that we have experienced in some local markets in other cities sweetened with a large dollop of what we can only describe as charm. And don't forget the postcard views.
While here we visited Stanley and Hong Kong Peak. Stanley, a seaside village, reminded us of places in the West Country in the UK as did the bus ride out ...
Oh my! Indeed Hong Kong is one of the grandest city Ive ever visited! When planning our Asia adventures, one thing on my list was to show my friends around the one city that I now know very well. I could not bear going to Asia without showing them Hong Kong, it would have been the epitome of traveling to the US without visiting New York City. HK is a balanced mixture of Glitz and Ghetto all from a short distance from one another. This city defines "East meets West" phrase.
I love HK ...