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    • Hotel to stay

      Hong Kong Sep 22, 2016 at 11:01 AM

      I have a plan to visit HK next nov. Arrival time at 8pm, and i'm thinking about where is the best area to pick the hotel and easy to explore the city by MTR or bus.

      Better i choose north point area or tsim tsa tsui? Until now i'm still searching about operational time for mtr and the bus. Because taking taxi to the north point area is expensive, 10times than taking a bus..


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      Decent place to stay for 10-odd nights

      Hong Kong Island Sep 22, 2016 at 11:43 PM

      Any recommendations from personal experience for a decent place to stay in for 10-odd days (Dec 23, 2016 to Jan. 02, 2017) in the heart of Hong Kong? I'll go through the reviews alright but in the meantime, do answer.

      Thank you!

    • must visit place, hotel & transportation to macau

      Hong Kong Sep 29, 2016 at 3:37 AM

      hello, i'm planning to go to HK next november for 5days. do you have any suggestion about what place that i should visit? i'm thinking about tsim sha tsui (avenue of stars), victoria peak, peak tram, ladies market, 1881 heritage, lantau island, and macau, or maybe disneyland :)

      about hotel to stay, which one is better? tsim sha tsui, mongkok or north point area?

      and one more question, do i have to buy turbojet ticket via online? i read some article, they said in busy times, the ticket will be sold out on the spot.

      thank you!


    • accommodation around Pak Tam Chung

      by Ottouberswengen2 Online Now Nov 7, 2009 at 3:18 PM

      I generally come to HK for a holiday every year and have been meaning to spend some time at Pak Tam Chung (PTC). Can anyone advise me if there is accommodation there/nearby that is reasonably affordable? Also, how about the general accessibility to the MTR. I am looking at a few days in the month where I can go to a rural setting, talk walks and photographs of a more "natural" and unspoilt area of HK...
      Any advice is welcomed...especially from someone living in the locality...

      2 Answers Nov 9, 2009 at 7:42 AM