Bridal Tea House Hotel (Sham Shui Po)

No.170-172 Kiu Kiang Street, Sham Shui Po, Kowloon, Hong Kong, Hong Kong Region, China

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Need some advise or even guide to Cheung chau or rural village

by wengbzai

Hi

I heard of some rural village at Hong Kong. I wish to visit some of the places. Anyone can guide me? I'm will be at HK on 17 Feb 2011.

Need some advise on prepaid card during my HK stay. I'm using iphone 4. I need data usage more than calling.

Pls kindly advise.

Thanks

Re: Need some advise or even guide to Cheung chau or rural village

by donnanolasco

you can get to cheung chau island by taking a ferry in central, i forgot if its pier 4 or 5, its just near ferry going to tsim shat tsui ...about 15mins walk from IFC mall. you have the option to take fast ferry or the normal one, which takes 45mins to get to the island & HK$22 fare. when you get to the island its very easy to go around (coz its just a small island) you can hire a bicycle when you get to cheung chau pier or take a walk going around the island.

Travel Tips for Hong Kong

Lai Chi Kok Amusement Park

by hopang

Lai Chi Kok Amusement Park was located at western part of Lai Chi Kok Bay. It was once the largest and the only amusement park in Hong Kong when it first opened for business. It opened to the public in the year 1949 with many attractive and exciting all fashioned rides for the whole family. It was one of the favourite nightspots for the residents of Hong Kong for many years. Unfortunately the Park was closed in 1997 when the government acquired the land for some residential projects due to its strategic location. Since then the owners Far East Technology International try to find a new location at Lantau Island to revive the amusement park!

Exchanging your money on Hong Kong Island

by Jeeem

I'm sure most people bound for Hong Kong are on a flight, so they can exchange their money at the airport on Lantau Island before heading to Hong Kong Island, Central or Kowloon.

But, since I took the bus from Guangzhou to Hong Kong, via Shenzhen, once through customs (which is a real pain-in-the-ass) our bus was non-stop until it reached Wan Chai, where it stopped service. So, here I was in a strange place, walking with a heavy backpack and a bunch of Chinese Yuan in my pocket that no taxi driver would take.

Eventually I exchanged my money at a bank, which charged me 50 Hong Kong dollars for the exchange.

I learned from my mistake later....after finally finding out that Western Union (Big can't-miss-it yellow and black signs) exchanges many different types of denominations (they even took my Malaysian Ringget) and they don't charge a thing!

So, look for a Western Union if you're stuck!

Go to the Junk villiages in...

by politigal

Go to the Junk villiages in Aberdeen harbor. They are floating cities in a part of the harbor where families along with all of their belongings, including live stock live on boats the size of some large fishing boats. It is a sight like no other. Crashing an embassy party on New Years Eve!

The Kowloon Ferry at night,...

by davidgb55

The Kowloon Ferry at night, followed by the tram up Victoria Peak. Use the underground for getting from place to place, it's efficient, frequent and clean. Very few westerners seemed to use this mode of transport. Buses and trams are ok for sightseeing but a lot slower. The city comes alive around 10:00 pm.Walking in the streets and alleys until the early hours, haggling for bargains and eating great food.

Visit Tai O, an old fishing...

by ciaramalone

Visit Tai O, an old fishing village on the north west of the island. There are a few temples here worth a visit: Kwan Tai temple, Hau Wong temple and Kwun yum temple.

take bus no.1 from Mui wo pier(takes about 40 mins).

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