English is not difficult to understand here but cabbies still prefer local language...so hotel address written in their language is a big plus. Beautiful n highly safe city at night.Very conscious of hygiene, great food options, great bargains at Ladies Market & an awesome touristy city with superb connectivity with their subway trains.People are generally courteous n educated lot.They have some great landscaped parks & HK Disneyland is a dream destination for kids.
Hi, I am going to Hongkong next month only for 4 days. I will be travelling alone, as I have to attend an exhibition there. Can somebody suggest me some Cheap and good hotel or hostels near tsim sha tsui. Also, since all my day would be busy at the exhibition, what are the places which I can see in evening. THanks Anant
Very nice country, weather is good. A lot of theme parks and shopping centers which open day and night. Dont forget to bargain for the goods that you want start with 50% less, they are aware of it. Not most of them understand english. sign language will help a lot.
Hi I'm going to hongkong next month from the Philippines. I'd like to ask if from hk airport can I ride the ferry to Shenzhen and get the visa pass at the airport?
If you’re looking a good Chinese restaurant with a view on Nathan Road try Hot Pot restaurant located in the iSquare (63 Nathan Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong) building. We found it to be exactly as it is reviewed: a little pricey for hotpot cuisine, but with unbeatable views and excellent food that make it well worth the trip. Because we are late diners, we were able to score a window-side table, but I’d recommend making a reservation if you know you are intending to take in these views while...
Where are the places to see when visiting? Are there nice places to stay that are affordable in the city? Where are the best places to eat at?
HK is a fab place...there are quite a lot of tourist attractions both on HK island & the Kowloon side (New Territories). The Peak is worth a visit & if you want to do it the traditional way, get the tram up. The Big Buddha is worth seeing not only the bronze shopping, there's Temple Street or The Ladies market over on the Kowloon side. When it comes to the night life, you have Soho & Lang Kai Fong, in Central...bars & restaurants along with a similar choice in Wan Chai!! There are also...