Bridal Tea House Hotel (Aberdeen)

No.150 Aberdeen Main Road, Aberdeen, Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong, Hong Kong Region, China
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first time in HK

by bttrSwt

hi fellow VTers,

i'll be making my first trip to HK in early March. any tips on which are the best shopping places / areas? and recommendations for muslim food?

Re: first time in HK

by leics

I can't help with shopping (I'm sure other VT-ers will be along soon with specific info) but

http://www.zabihah.com/sp.php?l=hong+kong

lists halal restaurants in HK.

Re: first time in HK

by xelor74

HK is great for shopping. It depends a little of what exactly you are going to buy. If you stay in Kowloon, Nathan Road is the main road. Do NOT buy electronics here, it is run by the local mafia, and they do not display any prices. They are professionals, and convince you to buy stuff you maybe not want. There are also a lot of hustlers who will try to well you fake watches or tailormade clothes. Just avoid them.
But apart from the above mentioned, Nathan Road has a great selection of jewelry and watch shops, as well as clothing stores. I also recommend Harbour City shopping center.

Re: first time in HK

by Homanded

I second Xelor's posting.
We recently returned from Hong Kong and stayed in Kowloon area (right next to Kowloon Park).
Nathan road does indeed have a lot of shopping as does Tsim Sha Tsui area.
Actually, once in Kowloon you can literally just go out and walk and you won't be pressed for places to shop.
Hong Kong is very handy as there are actually areas of Hong Kong divided into specific shopping needs. Electronics all together, Clothing shops even pets.

We love Hong Kong and can't get enough of it.
Enjoy your trip.

Re: first time in HK

by bttrSwt

hi VTers,

thanks for the tips! any idea what's the weather like in early March?

Travel Tips for Hong Kong

Side Trips

by AVSENT

Hong Kong is a great jumping off place for other destinations. Macau and Shenzen are great places to visit if you have a few extra days. Macau can be reached by ferry from Hong Kong rather easily. It is about one hour and isn't really expensive.
Shenzen (PRC) can be arranged from Hong Kong as well. Several places at the airport offer visa services as early as the next day. This is a little more expensive but, not too much more than getting the visa before you arrive. It probably is a little faster getting it in Hong Kong if you didn't have time before you started your trip.
This can also, be done in Macau to other parts of China as well. Macau is the 'Las Vegas' of Asia-great one day trip or just stay one night. Great Transportation system.

English Road Signs, but more exotic!

by easyoar

Check out the Road Signs. They appear typically British, but with a more exotic twist in that they squeeze in some Chinese letters at the same time.

Although Hong Kong is now under the Chinese, it used to be British for decades before that, and many old British ways of doing things still exist there.

one thing i remember about the...

by glydel75

one thing i remember about the food is this super duper yummy fried rice. i could eat just that... without any ulam to go with it. yummyyy.... fondest memory was walking along kowloon area at night - even around 10 am, the street is still bustling with people, foreigners - shoppers... even if there were a lot of people, u wouldn't feel so scared...

but shopping sometimes gets so tiring...

El chino es el ser más...

by Juanjo

El chino es el ser más comerciante que existe sobre la faz de la tierra. Hong-Kong, cuándo la visité seguía siendo colonia inglesa. La moneda es emitida por los bancos allí presentes. A nivel de visita, es encontrate cómo en New York comprimido. Tiene alguno de lo edificios más altos de Asia, y alguna de las obras de ingeniería más importantes del mundo (p.e. el tunel que comunica la isla con la península). Para comer ojito, la comida aquí es de estilo cantonés, muy fuerte. Recomendable la sopa de aleta de tiburón. No recomendable el comer carne (el perro joven y el gato viejo).

La noche se concentra en la isla en varias discotecas de alto nivel (ojo, no puedes bailar en la pista con una copa en la mano).

Lo que más me chocó, es ver a algún indigente (practicamente no existen), pidiendo de cara a la pared (cómo en simbolo de humillación).

Hay miles de tiendas en dónde comprar de todo (telas, tallas, joyas, electrónica, pinturas, marfil,.....)

Kowloon

by traveldave

Kowloon is five square miles (12 square kilometers) of the most densely populated urban area on earth. It is on the mainland, just across Hong Kong Harbour from Hong Kong Island, and stretches north from the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront to Boundary Street. Kowloon means "Nine Dragons" in the local Cantonese dialect.

Unlike glittering Hong Kong Island, much of Kowloon consists of low, run-down apartment blocks. The streets are narrow, crowded, and sometimes dirty. However, Kowloon, and the lifestyle of the people who live there, is reminiscent of Old China, making it an interesting and exciting place to visit.

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