Regal Oriental Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... islands is breathtaking to say the least.
Amazingly Hong Kong has a population of 7.2 million crammed into an area of only 250sqm.
Whilst at the Peak we went to the Trick Eye Museum. It consisted of 3D paintings where one could pose as part of the scene. This allowed for some interesting and humourous photos.
We also dined at Bubba Gump Shrimp Restaurant. This was themed on the movie Forrest Gump. The meals were delicious.
... to the fishing village of Tai O. Here we boarded a boat tour through the village which is built on slits over the water, providing some great photo ops. We the headed out to sea where we were lucky enough to get a glimpse of the rare Chinese pink dolphin swimming around while locals fished with nets from their boats. We then tool the return bus trip to Nong Ping and onto the cable car foe the ...
... some hand cream, because you can literally never have enough, and some face products! YAY, it's amazing what items you get excited about when they aren't readily accessible to you! When I finally got back to my hostel, I was beat. I opted for bed, no packing, shower, figuring out tomorrow trip to the airport, or breakfast, I was done. I was up and on my way to the airport by 8 the next morning (Sunday), I had a flight at 11:45, but I had a ways to go, plus, Hong Kong is ...
... people who live there. The escalator and stairs beside it carry people down to the CBD and harbour in the mornings and then back up in the afternoon – they run downwards from 6 -10 am and the up from 10 am to 11 pm. It is apparently one of the longest series of escalators in the world. Either side of the escalator and stairs are shops, restaurants and apartments. It is certainly a different way to travel to and from work. We went right up as ...
... the steps and caught the minibus to our favourite place, Stanley Markets, to once again have a quick look and buy a couple of things we just couldn't live without. It's funny how you see a few different things each time you go.
While we were waiting for our bus to come we all searched for our octopus cards so we had them ready. I couldn't believe it when mine had disappeared and wasn't in its usual ...