Vienna Hotel Shenzhen Guowang
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... 800 metres and rise 135 metres. The system is not a single continuous escalator, it is a series of 20 escalators and 3 inclined moving walkways, connected in places by footbridges, and with 14 entrances and exits. To ride the complete length of the escalator system one-way takes about 20 minutes.
We rode to the end of the escalator system and had to walk down and then all of the way back to ...
... We also visited the Sin Shut Study Hall, which was built for a specific ancestor of the Tang clan. The hall was used for worshipping this ancestor, as well as a study hall and as a school (it was quite common that children were educated within the clan, rather than going to a public school). We visited one more walled village (San Wai) until our stomachs started to cry for attention.
We walked back to the area where we had initially taken the minibus, since we ...
... and watching the world go by we headed back down and out of the peak shopping mall and guess what was opposite... another shopping mall. This one seemed a little more reasonably priced it also had a 7/11 at the entrance and we really needed a cold drink after our time on the viewing platform. We also noticed that there were a few Mr Men characters for some form of promotion so headed inside to take some pictures.
Our original plan was to walk down to the mid-levels and jump in and ...
... at their best. When we did go to see them, it had been so cold and cloudy that you couldn’t see much so all we did was walk down the Avenue of Stars. We quite enjoyed that though, as it includes all the famous Asian actors, with statues of some of them, such as Bruce Lee and Wong Man Lee.
But for the big evening, we went down to the waterfront to see the buildings lit up. We arrived just in time for the laser light show too. The show is something ...
... the amazing skyline and a major banking and corporate centre. No journey to Hong Kong would be complete without a trip on the star ferry. Armed with our map, and the address kindly supplied by the Hong Kong tourist centre we set off. Now as this is business we take the metro over and promise ourselves the ferry back, when we have time and have completed our business. We get off the metro at Admiralty Station and head off into the great unexplored. We arrive into a ...