South & North House

Address: 8/F, Pollock Building,No. 9-10, Tak Hing Street., Jordan, Kowloon, Hong Kong, China | Motel
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This motel, located in the 尖沙咀 area of Hong Kong, is near Ma'in Hot Springs, Mujib Nature Reserve, Aljun Castle (Qala'at ar-Rabad), and Mukawir.
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        Travel Blogs from Hong Kong

        Arrival in Hong Kong

        A travel blog entry by iseliner on Sep 24, 2015

        7 photos

        ... Wan that apparently has one Michelin star. Afterwards we took a tram up to Victoria Peak to enjoy a view of the city's skyline from there. The view was absolutely breathtaking, with lots and lots of skyscrapers that we lit up in lots of different colours. Then we took the tram down again and the bus back to the hotel to go to ...

        Hong Kong - week 3

        A travel blog entry by maaikelaura on Sep 19, 2015

        ... are incredibly grumpy, and I am not talking about the kind of grumpy where you don't get a warm and friendly smile. I am talking about the kind of grumpy where they just stare at you obviously annoyed when you need some time to fish out your money, and when you cheerfully say goodbye you get another deadly glare and if you're lucky a growl. And then the worst thing; the other day I was walking around on campus and I saw a girl falling from the stairs. She kept down for a good half ...

        Victoria Peak

        A travel blog entry by chris_a on Aug 05, 2015

        5 photos

        Sleep was hard to come by overnight. While feeling tired after our flights from Ireland via London to Hong Kong our bodies were out of sync with the Asian time zone, so we woke early and struggled to get back to sleep after that. Following breakfast in the hotel's executive lounge we helped ourselves to a few pastries and fruit for consumption later in the day and hit the hot, humid streets. Our plan was to visit Victoria Peak and enjoy the relatively clear ...

        Day 1 in Hong Kong

        A travel blog entry by davidwilko on Jul 30, 2015

        10 photos

        ... Very busy, lots of hustle and bustle, buses, trams (I am going on those today), taxis everywhere. Culturally very interesting, they drive on the left, lots of English signage, even British style registration plates, so it seems familiar. However as you walk through the streets, the contrasts are amazing. Times Square, where we ate, is modern, high tech, affluent - you could be in the US, easily, with Prada, Rolex, Tiffany ...

        Day 2,3,4

        A travel blog entry by ggmuir on Jul 10, 2015

        ... next door that served Dim Sum. This was a very flash restaurant that specialised in wedding banquets and could seat at least 200, and it was full. We were the only white faces in the room. Guess we over ordered as we staggered out. No dinner that night or breakfast next morning. That night we went on the night bus tour, interesting but not memorable and got of at the night markets, which we considered a waste of time. Thursday we were ...