Regal Oriental Hotel
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8 am start to beat the crowds! Caught the funicular rail to the peak for fabulous views over Hong KONG. Huge complex on top with lots of cafés, shops etc. Better 25 years ago! Walked back to harbour and caught the ferry to Lamma island. A 25 minute trip. Small island with lots of restaurants and shops. Had a nice Chinese lunch in a restaurant …
Started out at 9 and caught the bus to the star ferry for the HKD 2.50 trip across the harbour. Amazing views . After our Starbucks start to the day we caught the bus to Stanley Markets. Very scenic drive through old part of city, Happy Valley racecourse and the cliffs overlooking the coast. Huge amount of building since our last trip. Had a wander …
Cathay Pacific flight from Perth at Midnight to arrive 7.45am on the 5th. Coach transfer to hotel . Quick shower then bus to Mong Kok for wander around markets, lunch then bus down to harbour. Looked at the beautiful Peninsula Hotel and area around then bus back to our hotel. Drinks at our hotel bar then really nice dinner at Elephant Thai nearby.
... 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 ...