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, …
After a quick trip down to the avenue of the stars to see the Hong Kong equivalent of the Hollywood walk of fame (spotted Bruce lee, jet li and Jackie chan), we headed over for a bit of shopping on Nathan road, a 3.6km road full of shops. We then took a trip to the ladies market where every possible item under the sun could be purchased and haggling was key. Bought all kinds of everything so good job the case is 30kg heading home because we'll need ...
... in the nick of time! We were on the edge of our seats as well as literally on the edge of the cliff so hardly dared look down! Not sure of the height of the peak but when we finally got to the top, we were probably twice the height of the tons of tower blocks that make up the Hong Kong skyline below! Beautiful views all around and strangely reminded me of Rio de Janeiro! We took the tram back down to the bottom and realised the bus was actually the better option so ...
... Day 1 of our tour, we headed up to Victoria Peak, which is the best vantage point for views of the spectacular harbour. (252metres), highest mountain on the island. Mist hindered the view. Shopped at Stanley market and visited Aberdeen and the harbour, where we had a boat ride on a sampan. Viewed the largest floating restaurant. Drove past Repulse Bay, the local public beach. We then visited the mandatory jewellery factory, no one bought. We caught up with an old friend, Darcel, who ...
... the hotel.
After a swim and some down time we headed to Pier 9 for our Acqa Lunar night 'cruise' to see the Symphony of Lights nightly light show put on by the buildings around the main harbour- worth seeing.
We found the escalator/travelator which climbs to Soho and sampled the atmosphere there in a small bar called Twist and a Nepalese restaurant opposite. Back down to the harbour to catch a taxi back to the hotel - really ...