Regal Oriental Hotel

Address: No.30-38 Sa Po Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong, China | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Kowloon City area of Hong Kong, is near Chi Lin Nunnery, Ladies Market, Lady's market, and Kowloon Walled City Park.
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    Bonkers For Honkers

    A travel blog entry by landjwanderlust on Aug 27, 2015

    1 comment, 22 photos

    Hong Kong was a breath of fresh air after 3 weeks on the mainland. Well maybe not literally as she has a few air quality issues of her own but it was great being able to trade censored internet that wasn’t always reliable with ridiculously fast internet; hawking and spitting for signs cautioning against such a filthy practice; signage in only Mandarin to signage in Cantonese and English; no queues, pushing and shoving to orderly queues, please ...

    Day 1-7: Hong Kong

    A travel blog entry by colesy4 on Jul 26, 2015

    10 photos

    ... too far from Lantau Island, the island where Norman Foster's cutting-edge airport was built on land reclaimed from the sea. As one of the larger constituent islands of Hong Kong, there is plenty to do on Lantau and we took a blue "Lantau" taxi up from the airport to the Big Buddha (the largest iron Buddha in the world) before proceeding to a small fishing village called Tai O for dinner and then returning to the airport to collect the last of the day's ...

    Shanghai to Hong Kong

    A travel blog entry by charliedaniel on Oct 25, 2014

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... of the mountains lit up at night. But they also had a beer pong table and that's where it all began. A few games of beer pong and then a few rounds of flipcup and everyone was pretty drunk. I decided to stay out after most people went home and ended up with about 6 of us at Monkey Janes, a quiet hostel bar that seemed to stay open all night. I talked and talked my way to about 4am and finally decided to call it a night. The next day was pretty much a write off for everyone ...

    Day 2: Cable Car to Ngong Ping

    A travel blog entry by rongenontheroad on Jun 30, 2014

    37 photos

    ... of outdoors turned out to be quite an experience- shopping that is. It is the location of my epic purchase of S$20 Armani Jeans and S$10 Calvin Klein Turquoise Snakeskin Print belt, where there was a further discount of 10% for "2 purchases or more". Even though outlet shopping invariably means that sizes are on the strange (and somewhat impossible side), I bought my Size 0 jeans with a marked determination. Barely fits, but there is hope yet.


    Bangkok to Hong Kong

    A travel blog entry by cam_and_leah on Mar 10, 2014

    53 photos

    ... end of a long haul We get offered immigration cards on the plane but turn them down as we didn't need them a few weeks ago. Bird at immigration is quite insistant though so we have to go fill some out and join the queue just as a plane load of people rock up. We luck in with the magic queue again though and end up through in 2 minutes. Bird next to us starts shouting at the woman next to me, asking what relationship she is to a small girl with her. Daughter? ...