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... to Stanley Village. For my money, the most scenic bus route in the world. Another is doing the Peak Trail, the 2.5km hike around Victoria Peak. The views were only slightly clearer than at the Sky100, but the walk is good exercise. And it is always nice to dine at The Lookout, the 19th century colonial house converted into the best restaurant on The Peak. With their astonishingly filling club sandwich a perennial favourite. I had to take the ...
... a traditional metro; no seats just lots of poles to hold on to.
There's some decent views on the train itself - my first impressions of Hong Kong were "mountains! that's unexpected" even though I've seen the pictures with the big green hills. They just seem to appear out of nowhere and then disappear just as suddenly into the fog. There was a good bit of fog/smog when I came in, which I was not really expecting either, but the air ...
Hong Kong, what a city, millions of people living in high rise apartments. Masses of people on the street all going somewhere, but still have the time to be polite and helpful. This time we have found the city vibrant and exciting. We arrived about 4.00 pm in the afternoon and took the airport express and the free shuttle bus to our hotel. The trip was very efficient and ...
... building. But not to be out done the HSBC bank building, built in 1923 looked like a roman temple inside. The window dome on the top showing off an 8 sided window showing that at the time the HSBC bank had 8 branches in 8 major cities. However when the communists came in they seized the banks and thru them out. Later when the banks were allow back in being charged huge rents, some of them such as the HSBC didn't reoccupy this space. The World Financial Center Building is ...
... certainly was outnumbered!! As it is coming into their winter season most stalls had thermals,coats, boots etc for sale..at a fraction of our prices but certainly not to a western fashion style..
The Hong Kong MTR( Mass Transit Railway) opened in 1979 and now has 152 stations.. it is a well run, reliable service.. trains departing every few minutes to keep the approx 5 million daily passengers moving with fares so inexpensive all ...