We are travelling with a group of 15 retired people from Perth and arrive in Hong Kong on 13th March for 4 nights at the Ibis Hong Kong Central Hotel - Sheung Wan - #28 Des Voeux Rd. Our group leader booked the Ibis Hong Kong without breakfast to keep the budget low. We will be travelling from Macau where we
I understand there is a Starbucks close by, however does it open by 8am and cater for a reasonable breakfast?
Are there other breakfast options open within walking distance of hotel? If so , would appreciate name and address of the café/restaurant and estimate of walking time.
Appreciate all advice and any suggestions!
Me (British) and my partner (French) are getting married in Hong Kong on Wednesday February 3rd and one of our witnesses cannot make it. We are looking for someone (just one person is needed, though a couple would be ok too) who will be in HK and free at around 3pm. Resident, tourist or student is fine, so long as you have a valid passport or travel document. It'll take around 30 minutes of your time and will save our wedding. We'll happily compensate you with drinks or dinner, let us know if you can help. Thanks.
Its my first time to travel to HK, ill be having approx 13 hrs lay over there, any suggestions where to stay near the Intl airport and places i could visit. Is it risky to leave airport, wont i miss my flight? Thanks in advance!!
Taking a taxi from the Hong Kong International Airport to Tsim Sha Tsiu, do you ask the driver how much the fare will be or do you pay the metered fare plus whatever charges he may ask at the end of the trip? Thanks for your replies.
My husband and I are visiting Hong Kong on the way to Australia in Feb and we are staying on Hong Kong island. Have we made the right choice as many people we have spoken to say we should be staying on Nathan Road, Kowloon.
Is it easy and cheap to cross over to Kowloon ?
Thanks for any advice.
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