Zhicheng Hotel

Address: No.15 Building Huangshanghuang Mansion, No.648-652 Wangjiao Midun Road, Hong Kong, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the 中间体的大潭水塘 area of Hong Kong, is near Lady's market, Ladies Market, Flower Market, and Yaumatei.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Zhicheng Hotel Hong Kong

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

Travel Blogs from Hong Kong

Hong Kong

A travel blog entry by tayrocfam on Aug 27, 2014

2 comments, 19 photos

... Grand Harbor, Kowloon. A beautiful hotel with the most amazing views across the Harbor. The weather is extremely humid and uncomfortable. We make enquiries as to what we can do for the afternoon and we are advised to visit the Ladies Market and Templers Night Market. Our taxi driver drops us off on Nathan Road with a vague wave in the direction of the markets. Phil and I have really terrible map reading skills and no ability at all in getting around. So ...

Hong Kong Harbourview - good to see it again

A travel blog entry by tridentalx on Jul 30, 2014

3 photos

... on cost - 33HKD vs 100.

Stepping outside the terminal building the humidity and heat hits us for the first time (34C / 75%) . At least we have a few days to get used to it. A bus is loading up in the bus station so we are on, sat down and moving within a few minutes. The journey takes us north across most of Lantau Island - I can remember, just, how it was before the airport was built - and then down into Kowloon.

First Day on Hong Kong Island

A travel blog entry by lisacoates on Jul 02, 2014

2 comments, 7 photos

Our Canadian/American gang gathered at 8 am in front our hotel on Lanteau to catch a bus to the north part of the island. We had arranged to be picked up by Anwar in a 7 passenger van and were taken to our flat in Happy Valley on Hong Kong Island. We were greeted by Sylvia, originally from Hungary, who owns the flat. The entryway to the flat reminded me of one of those Bourne movies. The elevator ...

Day 1: The Peak

A travel blog entry by rongenontheroad on Jun 09, 2014

15 photos

... for me. Haha! The weather was much better when I reached the top- there was some semblance of breeze, which was a godsend. Air-conditioned temperatures was sadly, missing during summer in Hong Kong.

The price for a return journey up The Peak was HK$40 ($6.40), which is surprisingly cheap. We chose the other option (HK$80) which included the Sky Terrace 428, which is ...

Chineses queue

A travel blog entry by justin.lina on May 19, 2014

6 photos

... the peak tram opened everything seemed normal, but as soon as the doors cracked the slightest bit everybody in our general area surged forward. It was like a scene from Walmart on black Friday where 3 flat screens are on sale for 15$ and 300 people are determined to get them. People passively pushed and nudged there way forward through the doorway to board the tram. A small women in an unfortunate spot was getting smashed until ...