Royal View Hotel [Subsidiary Of Sunhung Kai Properties Ltd]
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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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, …
... they come down, for the rest of the day they go up. They are very steep and you do have to keep hold. The views on either side are fascinating. We visited the Man Mo Temple. We have been before. There are lots of incense coils hanging from the ceiling and lots of fire buckets just in case. Our winding route along the street continued in the direction of Star Ferry. On the way we saw The Center, an amazing polished glass and ...
A downside of being built on the side of a mountain is the amount of escalators and elevators I have to take to get anywhere on campus. The hall I'm in is the closest to campus, so fortunately I only have to take two elevators, and 4 escalators to get to the business school building. Some students have to take as many as 4 elevators and 4 escalators.
The group of friends I have been hanging out with the most lately is ...
Néih hóu from Hong Kong!
We arrived in Hong Kong a few days ago and it has already blown us away! It's basically like New York meets the Caribbean and it's absolutely gorgeous! After flying over to the border of Hong Kong and China we took us bus to Harbour City in Hong Kong that ended up being right near our hostel which was great! Our hostel is owned by 2 Canadian guys and even though it's super tiny and we're in separate rooms it's actually the ...
Didn't really sleep well and woke up with an anxious feeling in my head.
"Oh no, I hope the typhoon UTOR changed its track and deviates from Hong Kong!!!"
I was praying as I checked the Hong Kong Observatory first thing in the morning.
Big bold warning sign "TYPHOON 8 hoisted" was right on my face when the webpage was finally loaded.
(For those who are unfamiliar with the warning signs, typhoon ...