Royal View Hotel
Travel Blogs from Hong Kong
The only airport where you have to take a train to get your luggage. Over here everything's about speed and efficiency. People are always in a hurry and never seem to have enough cellphones. You even see them gaming in the escalator. Their fear for bacteria shows everywhere : even the elevator button is « sterelized » and taped with plastic.
Jet lag set in.... During our jet lag we went in search of food and stumbled across... Marks and spencers, yum! Once recovered we ventured to Jumbo Kingdom a floating restaurant with some yummy, some slimmy and interesting food! Next day was Victoria peak where we had to get a cool tram up a very steep mountain, but proving to be the best views of …
Day 2 - Blow, Wind Blow
Disclaimer: None of these photos are mine. They belong to kind souls on Flickr.
The next day came and we had an early start, determined to make up for lost time. There was also a tai chi demonstration organised by the Hong Kong Tourism Board, going on at 8am at the Tsim Sha Tsui promenade where we were …
Day 1 - Settling In
It's 5:30am when the alarm clock rings and I stumble awake, eyes not as bleary as feared. After a last-minute check to make sure the essentials (passport, tickets, hotel reservation) are in place, I then grab a quick breakfast before setting off. Mom's kind enough to wake up early and open the door for me, so I needn' …
Well I woke up at 4am this morning (thanks jetlag!) and spent the next 3 hours trying to sleep through to a more normal time. The hostel has some pretty solid beds which aren't the most comfortable either. Day Two in Hong Kong presented us with a complicated decision! What to do on a day with low clouds and the chance of rain. Having seen a bit of the harbour front in Tsim Shai Tsui (TST), we decided to journey over to Hong ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center