Universal International Hotel
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TripAdvisor Reviews Universal International Hotel Shenzhen
Travel Blogs from Shenzhen
... Celine Dion’s song from Titanic (which makes me homicidal), then there was Beyonce, Katy Perry and Adele. Now I like 3 of those artists but in the quantity that they were selected it was exhausting. Then the other issue was that my picks didn’t really come very often. In fact, I only had one song I chose come on. Now this karaoke place is known as KTV. It is huge here in China and it consists of a lot of small rooms for your party to rent out for the evening. ...
... happening place. Mum spent the day reminiscing of time with our family friends Barbara and George when she went to visit in around 1974 (give or take) and couldn't believe how much it has changed Bottom line.... you have to love Hong Kong!! I have been a bit lapse on the selfies of late (lol) as my stick broke but I have a new selfie stick now so stand-by!! ...
... sell you everything from a taxi service to grade A narcotics. It grew very tiring and I was definitely looking for a more peaceful time in smaller cities to follow. We also went to the cinema to see Guardians of the Galaxy which was awesome!!
So after a somewhat anti climatic time in Hong Kong, it was time to head to our second Chinese location - Guilin. Being the organised selves that we are, we left ...
... number active, so people could still contact my Singapore number) and when I answered the phone, it was from the company where I applied that time and did not contact me for quite some time after the first interview. They called me for a second interview! I was completely amazed by this occurrence and could not stop smiling by myself for a while (FYI this is the company where I am working at now). Even though ...
... all we could see was a momentary glimpse of the carriages travelling in the opposite direction, otherwise the view was a white cow in a snow storm. The trip was recovered by a sudden clearing of the mist with great views across green hills to the airport and yet more skyscrapers seemingly in the middle of nowhere. We boarded the MTR and headed back to Kowloon, then taxi to Tsim Sha Tsui. Walk, ferry, ferry, bus, cable car, train, taxi. All modes of transport covered. ...