Cheung Chau B & B

Address: No.12-14 Tung Wan Road, Cheung Chau Outer Island, Hong Kong, China | Resort
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This resort, located in the 長洲 area of Hong Kong, is near Cheung Chau Island.
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    Upside down

    A travel blog entry by maaikelaura on Sep 06, 2015

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... veggie. This really is pretty much the only option on campus though so rice it is for the next four months..), and I am starting to settle in. From here it is very hard to go out and party, as the centre is 45 min by cab. However, there is an amazing gym in my building and the extremely huge and hilly campus provides a great running track. I know I'm not really supposed to run, but it is so tempting! I have been building up extremely extremely ...

    Day 1-7: Hong Kong

    A travel blog entry by colesy4 on Jul 26, 2015

    10 photos

    ... and see the markets again while the others headed to the 10,000 Buddhas Temple. This odd pseudo-religious site (there are no practising monks there) is home to over 10,000 statues of Buddha in various different positions. While not on the 'must-see' list of sites in Hong Kong, the temple is a good opportunity to travel into the New Territories north of Kowloon ridge.

    In the evening we met up again and got the bus back up to Victoria Peak for what ...

    Yim Tin Tsai, island-hopping from Sai Kung

    A travel blog entry by ulka on Apr 19, 2015

    40 photos

    ... to another boat – this time with many Buddhist monks and over a hundred Buddhist devotees.

    There is a beautiful Buddhist ceremony – animal release (fang sheng), which refer to the practice of purchasing animals that are due to be slaughtered and letting them go. In this case the Buddhists bought many boxes of sea creatures and when we were on the sea, after chanting and praying, every person had a chance to release ...

    Red wine and good friends.

    A travel blog entry by samandken on Oct 23, 2014

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... quite reasonable we went and met up with beef again and grabbed a taxi and went to the happy valley Wednesday night races. So much fun. But it absolutely bucketed down for about twenty minutes, stopped and then it really really bucketed down for probably 2 hours. As soon as the last race finished we hightailed it out of there to a bar. Ken and Beef where saturated dripping water for ages. I had a poncho so wasn't quite as wet and cold. We sat ...

    2 Hong Kong

    A travel blog entry by thetwinsontour on Oct 17, 2014

    4 photos

    ... We had spied a restaurant serving yummy looking beverages with kiwi and mango and aloe and other untold delights. (Untold because it was written in Chinese.) We went inside and sat down though, and those drinks weren't on the menu. So we pointed to a picture on the "Jumbo" menu and held our breaths in baited anticipation. We got a giant fishbowl goblet with assorted mango munchies. There was a scoop of mango ice cream floating in chilled ...