Singhs Guest House

Address: 7/F D7 Chungking Mansions, 36-44 Nathan Road, Hong Kong, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the 油麻地 area of Hong Kong, is near Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade, Hong Kong Museum of History, Hong Kong Science Museum, and Hong Kong Museum of Art.
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    Travel Blogs from Hong Kong

    What to do on a rainy lazy Sunday Afternoon

    A travel blog entry by hazelandmartin on Dec 15, 2013

    4 comments, 11 photos

    ... after some dodging and wandering we enter the IC Mall. We go to the interactive map tap movies and the palace cinema appears. Wonderful, but where is it? This place is big. Fortunately a young man told us to keep left and walk to the end and we would find it. So off we trot, we even see signs saying cinema, excellent. We are on the right track, but on the track we stay. Like a pair of hamsters running around the wheel we knew something was wrong when ...

    DAY 14 - Tod Tseh & Bye Bye Hong Kong!

    A travel blog entry by kaleonyc on Sep 28, 2013

    1 photo

    ... crack of dawn and board the plane for a 15 hour flight. I was a walking zombie. As I waited for the cab right outside the lobby of the hotel, I saw the sun start to rise over the mountain and Harbour in front of me. It was rising sooo fast. I quickly snapped a photo before I said, Thank you! Bye Bye! to this wonderful city.


    On our way home

    A travel blog entry by vanderhoek on Mar 18, 2013

    22 photos

    ... ve met some nice people and seen some behaviors that make you wonder
    why. But they are what they are and it’s
    just a reminder that there are a lot of people in this world, and at some
    point, even though we act differently and talk differently, we all live lives
    in a bit of bubble. Our idea is to burst
    the bubble once in a while to see what happens out here. It worked again. ...

    Beijing should have been a closed casket

    A travel blog entry by nealinthailand on Apr 10, 2006

    ... the city as a dead body which let him stop and look and examine and peer until he had had his fill and felt he had really absorbed the city. in his words, you couldnt do that with a modern city because the body is always moving and changing but he was afforded a rare oppurtunity with the dead corpse of vienna. I feel the same way about beijing in a sense but not in such a positive manner. its not just a dead body that lets you stare unflinchingly at its exposed form but instead it ...