The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong
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- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
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Our first regret of the honeymoon.....that we only had one night in Hong Kong. I'm a huge city fan and Paris will always be my all time favourite city but I've got to say HK comes a close second. It has so much to boast.....a fascinating history, mountain vistas, stunning harbour views and a mesmerising skyline. For such a small island there is so …
... previous post was this area really did make me feel like a superstar. Random locals kept coming up to me asking to take a picture with me. I had no idea why, but I didn't mind. I had gotten about 10 of these requests during the trip. The minority pessimist in me is wondering what the real reason is they want these pictures, while the majority optimist in me is happy to be getting the attention. After the Avenue of Stars, I made my way back to Nathan Road to do some ...
... With incense burning and the odd Monk wandering around, it felt like I was somewhere not in amongst the smog and bustle of Hong Kong. I wandered round taking it all in before moving onto the Garden connected to it.
From here I used the subway to get to Wong Tai Sin Temple with only an hour until closing. There were statues of the chinese zodiacs and multiple temples with burning incense and people worshipping each of the different gods and buddhas.
... between the island and Kowloon.
Leaving Central, we traveled to Wan Chai, then to the eastern part of the harbour - Causeway Bay,before returning along the northern aspect to Tsim Sha Tsui. From there it was to the western part before returning to Central.
With such good weather this was a very enjoyable way to spend an hour on the water.
After arriving at Central, it was lunch time, so it seemed a good idea to walk to the French Window and ...
... lets not discuss the technicalities of the Hong King/China land specifics right now) it's hard to get away from Facebook. At least now it's legal. For our second last day we've (britpack: aka four girls from Britain) decided to enjoy the local delights of Kowloon and Victoria Harbour. Therefore leaving our last full day for a trip to Hong Kong Island, Victoria Peak, ...