South & North House

Address: 8/F, Pollock Building,No. 9-10, Tak Hing Street., Jordan, Kowloon, Hong Kong, China | Motel
 
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Location

This motel, located in the 尖沙咀 area of Hong Kong, is near Mujib Nature Reserve, Ma'in Hot Springs, Aljun Castle (Qala'at ar-Rabad), and Mukawir.
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