Royal View Hotel [Subsidiary Of Sunhung Kai Properties Ltd]
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Does Hong Kong Pong?
It's a big question because the service kids that went to school with me said it stank all the time and they hated it. The answer is... No not really. Near the sea it smells seaish and in the traffic it smells like most other cities. It's thickly smokey in the Taoist temples but otherwise the air is clear, …
... free time in Hong Kong. We went to the
International Financial Center and had breakfast on the rooftop. Afterwards we
went shopping a little in the mall adjoining the IFC and were met with
incredibly luxurious goods and exorbitant prices. Needless to say I didn’t buy
anything. Later that night we met up with Charlotte, one of my friends in this
program, and her dad, who lives in Hong Kong. He took us out to a French
restaurant which ...
Thanks for the comments guys and I can assure you that the minions are all well. One of them did make a brief appearance in yesterday's blog, check the photos again :). Pendevour, we will try to comply with your request, in all honesty last night was a bit much for us too :) Today is a day for business, as our travels will soon take us through Vietnam and Indonesia we decided it was about time we crossed Victoria Harbour, and went over to Hong Kong Island. This is 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 ...
... confirm the exact length of rail pass we'd need. With few other options at that time we headed on the MTR to the south viewing area on Kowloon to catch the impressive light and sound show of the skyscrapers on Hong Kong island. After this we started walking back until it began to rain and we ducked inside McDonald's (for a McFlurry!) before hopping on the MTR back to the guesthouse. Stayed at Oi Suen Guesthouse, Kowloon, Hong Kong [T&J Rating: ...