I m looking for package forwarding service (it is like a MyUS.com ) ,send package from Hon Kong to Japan.
It would be helpful if you could share information about that kind of service.
We only have on night in Hong Kong, on a Saturday in July, and was wondering if you can buy the traditional women's embroidered dresses and blouses at the temple street night market? We are getting to hkg pretty late, 5:30pm, and with checking into our hotel and getting into the city I am estimating we won't get to the market till 7:30 or 8.
can we get the tram from ramada hong kong hotel to hong kong stadium
are british three pin plugs widely used in hotels in hong kong
I am planning a 16 day trip in Thailand. I will start in Bangkok and head towards south to Khao Sok National Park. My final destination will be koh samui to relax and enjoy my last couple of days.
I want to have a few stops between Bangkok and Khao Sok National Park. What would u recommend me? I want to experience some local stuff, nature, hiking, beaches, motorcycling.
I take into consideration to stop at Phetchaburi and Hua Hin. What u guys can recommend me?
Thanks a lot in advance.
Hi, anyone know of anywhere I can buy model trains & accessories in HK? Not sure where we are staying yet, but we don't mind travelling
Hallo, we want to go by boat trough the Hongkong harbour. Bet we prefere a private Junk or Bark not the tourist ones. Please is enyone having a suggestion?
Regards in advance.
Staying in the City Garden hotel from 23 tilll 26 of may.
Looking at my options for travel methods. We are flying into HKG from Canada and staying at the YMCA Salisbury (Kowloon). If we want to travel to Bejing in 1 day (not overnight train, and yes we'll have our visas), is it easy enough to get some sort of shuttle from our hotel to either Guarngzhou aripoort or Shenzhen airport? The cost seems to be cheaper than flying from HKG, by a few bucks or more, maybe. I looked for a bullet train but we'd still have to get to Shenzhen for that anyway and I'm not sure how reliable they are.We are also going to spend a couple days in Pingyao (via Taiyuan airport), 3 or 4 nights in Zhangjiajie (either direct or through Changsha?), and either an afternoon or max 1 night in Xi'an, and we're travelling by air (preferred) or train (not overnight though). So, here's me trying to juggle the routing around, see what flows better. Suggestions? Also, I need clarification on how traveling from Kowloon to mainland China works, with respect to either Guranzhou airport or Shenzhen (which is easier, less complicated, cheaper?). Thanks!
Doing some research on hotelswith a view of Victoria Harbour from the Kowloon side. The lowest price hotel with a ROOM with a harbour view is the YMCA Salisbury, and I've booked it but they tell me that most of their 'partial harbour view' rooms will be under renovation while I'm there in September thus I'll likely have no view at all BUT what about other hotels? I don't wish to pay higher than the Salisbury however I thought maybe there is a hotel on Kowloon side that has a rooftop cafe or an observatory that we can rent the room (no view from the room) and is cheap or cheaper but you can still get a nice slice of the view if you go up to the roof and hang for a while? I don't want a bar or lounge, just an observation deck or rooftop cafe/restaurant I can take photos from at sunset/night. Suggestions?
Please help me with directions...from HongKong international airport, how do i get to Queen Mary Hospital using public transportation? The hospital is located at this address: 102 Pokfulam Road, Hong Kong
Are 10 days are enough in Hong Kong? we are not planing going into China, only HK and macau
Hi, me and my husband would like to travelling to shenzen from macau on middle of may 2013. Is there still available for voa for indonesian passport? I've heard that voa is applicable only for group not for individual.. Anyone can help? Thankyou
I will be in Hong KOng to attend a gift fair from the 27th of april till the 30th, I have a young teenager accompanying me , any suggestions where to send him, I have disney in mind, but open to suggestions
Where can i find vegetarian breakfast next to Mirador Mansion in Tsim Sha Tsui? I do not want Hong Kong congee as i do not eat pork. Please advise.
Just wondering can anyone recommend an airline that offers lowest flights to Hong Kong. Looking at Skyscanner it seems to be Cathay Pacific....
I'm booking for June.
There have to be a restaurant on top of a very high building, which turns arround 360 degrees. We can help me and tell me the name and the adres.?
Please is there someone you know and we can trust, how shows us Hong Kong in a few days?
Hi there kind expert travellers! My 7 year old daughter and I will be visiting Hongkong-Shenzen this 1st week of April. Our third day of stay is free but I want to bring her to Ocean Park. Where can I buy OP tickets and how much would it cost? How do we get to Ocean Park coming from Gorgeous Fad Hotel? What time should we observe when going back to hotel? Is there a free shuttle we can avail of? As for our fourth day, the morning is free until check out time. Where is the best place to do some quick and economical shopping? Thanks very much for your help.
Our third day at Shenzen is free and I would like to bring my 7 yo daughter to Ocean Park. Where do I purchase the OP tickets and how do we get to Ocean Park if coming from Gorgeous Fad Hotel?
does anybody know where I can get My Little Pony toys in Hong Kong city?
Is there any particular toy shop to consider ?
My daughter is a fan of these toys, and I'd like to
get it as a gift for her from here. :)
Cheers and thanks!
we will be in HK airport on May for 10 hrs stopovers....what is the easiest way to reach HK Disney? thanks!
Hi everyone. Me and a friend will be staying in hong kong for 5days. On our last day, we'll go to disneyland until the end of the fireworks then go straight to the airport since our flight for that day would be 10:05pm. My question is, is it doable?
Hello everyone. I will have a 3-day stopover in Hong Kong soon and I would be grateful for some tips in terms of timing and suggested area for accommodation. I will arrive Hong Kong on 14 March at 3 p.m. and leave on 17 March at 5 p.m. What I am planning is: shopping (mainly clothes, maybe some electronics), take a ride on the Ngong Ping cable car, have a harbor cruise and see Macau (half day there – I’ve heard that is enough time to spend there). Is that all doable in your opinion? If not, what shall I skip from this short list? Could you please let me know in which area shall book a hotel to have possibly easy and convenient access to a/m attractions? Any tips will be greatly appreciated, thank you in advance!
What is best way to get from The Salisbury YMCA Hotel to the cruise ships at Modern Terminals Ltd., in Hong Kong?
Hello - My Husband and I are planning a trip to Australia This September, with a stopover for 3 nights in Hong Kong. I have read that September is the worst month for typhoons in HK. I understand that this is the rainy/humid season, but this isn't a problem for us. My main concern is flying into and out of HK. Does the weather normally affect many flights during September time? Thanks in advance!
Hi travellers I'll be travelling to hKG wz my two young children on 19march to 22march 2013, 22march to 24 march to ShenZhen and back to Hong Kong for 2days. Could anyone here in virtual gives me some advices n tips of budget/ family Room hotel 3/4* hotels in HKG and Shenzhen that are safe for family w young kids. *hKG / shenzhen hotels near mrt, food centre/ halal foods , ladies market, nites markets, shopping? How do I get to Disney ? Ticket show I buy online or at ticket booth, and how much is the ticket Per adult n per child? Tqs sugarpies LOVEzcute@yahoo.com
Hi there, we will be in HK for the last leg of our honeymoon from the 4th to the 6th of May next. We would like some advise on where to base our selves if possible. We would like a good area with lots of dining options (not M Star but good quality local and international), and a few good lively bars for a few drinks after. Location would have to be near the metro so that we have easy access to the tourist sites. Also from reading other reviews of hotels in HK, alot of people seem to spend the extra in hotels to get access to club lounges, so I am wondering is this a benefit we should spend the extra 200$ or so on or just go local for dinner/drinks and have b and b in the hotel? Any assistance on this would be great!
Hi all, My husband and I are coming to HK for our first visit (well, I was there as a child in the 60s, but I'm not counting that:) this June. We're staying at the Silvermine Beach Resort on Lantau for one night as we fly out to Guilin the next day. We will return 2 weeks later, however, for another 4 nights. I have a few questions I'd love some help on from anyone who is really familiar with HK: 1) We are considering staying at Silvermine again, as it seems a really nice & quiet place. We are in our 60s and not interested in clubbing. Mui Wo looks like a nice little place with good restaurants, and I know there's a ferry. We would be taking it to HK every day, I expect, as we definitely want to see all the sights! Does anyone think it would be silly to stay so far out, ot would it be fine to take the ferry out to Central in the morning and return in the evening or late afternoon? I guess it would also be good for visiting the Giant Buddha. 2) Has anyone got any helpful tips for which places are must-sees, where one has the best skyline views, which restaurants - with good food but also good views and/or atmosphere? 3) We will be arriving by train from Guilin. Would it be a good idea to get an Oyster card for 5 days? Do they cover the ferries too? Where can one get them upon arrival in HK by train? Thanks very much!
It looks like a taxi cab from hk airport to central ( we want to take the ferry to Macao, this looks like we can catch it here??) is about35 one way for two passengers? We won't have luggage, we are thinking about staying at an airport hotel (maybe the regal). We will be very pressed for time, so we do not want to spend time figuring out the mtr, etc. we want this quickest way to Macao (unfortunately the direct ferry from hkia to Macao doesn't work with our flight schedule).
I know this can vary but we will just have a bit of time in hk and I wanted to estimate how long it will take my husband and I to get out of the airport--flying in from bkk on emirates, we will have checked baggage. I just want to make sure it's not something crazy like we experienced at heathrow last year, one hour, at least in immigration line, I stopped checking after an hour! We land at 5:45pm on a Thursday and hope to stay at an airport hotel (our goal is to have dinner and drinks in Macao that night).