Lis Hostel Hong Kong

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Ngong Ping-Cable Car and Aberdeen-Fishing Village

by darlaf

We have an eight hour layover in the Hong Kong Airport and we were wondering if it was possible to go to both of these places in one day. If so, what would be the best transportation options? Thanks for your help. :)

Re: Ngong Ping-Cable Car and Aberdeen-Fishing Village

by Mikebb

We visited the Aberdeen Fishing Village when in HK several years ago. It is well worth the visit and using public transport was easy to reach. Our hotel was on Kowloon and we took the Star ferry across the harbour and then caught a bus. With limited time it would be worrth taking a taxi from the rail station. I assume you will take the airport train to the city.

Re: Ngong Ping-Cable Car and Aberdeen-Fishing Village

by mim95

I would suggest you to visit Tai O instead of Aberdeen. Tai O is also on Lantau island, where Ngong Ping and airport are located. Tai O has the traditional village feel and it's quite unique as some of the houses are built on stilts.

You can take bus S1 to the Ngong Ping cable car terminal from the airport (bus details here: http://www.kmb.hk/en/ enter S1 for route #). At Ngong Ping, you can also visit the Big Buddha and the monastery, as well as have a veggie lunch there. From the Ngong Ping bus station, you can take Lantau Bus #21 to Tai O. To get back to Tung Chung, take bus #11, and from there, you can take S1 back to the airport. There are restaurants and shops at Tung Chung.

Bus 21 schedule: http://www.newlantaobus.com/road_21.htm
Bus 11 schedule: http://www.newlantaobus.com/road_11.htm

Re: Ngong Ping-Cable Car and Aberdeen-Fishing Village

by al2401

I would agree with Mim. Some of you time will be taken up with getting out of the airport and then you need to be back in time for your flight.

The Ngong Ping cable car is great as is the monastery of Po Lin and the Giant Buddha. The restaurant at the monastery serves a great selection of vegetarian dishes.

The Tai O fishing village is one of the few remaining with the houses on stilts in the water. The fish market is amazing and you must try a Tai O donut.

This will take up all of your time! Have fun!

Travel Tips for Hong Kong

Hong Kong Tourism Board, Singapore Branch

by dachel

You can call its Singapore office in Suntec Tower 2 #34-03 on 63365200 to ask for free traveller guide & maps. The information provided are good enough to guide you to travel easily in Hong Kong by rail.

Ten Dollar Note

by tangymp

This is not fake money! Relax when you received it. It is a new Ten Dollar Note issued since July 2002 and the ten dollar coin will be phased out gradually. No need to call the police when you receive it! (Really happened some time ago)

Best Restaurant to try...

by Andy17

Best Restaurant to try Cantonese food is the famous 'Spring Deer' restauarant in Mody Road, Tsim Sha Tsui. The Peking Duck is fab and the atmosphere great. 'Gweilos' or foreigners are welcome and is reasonably priced. What i miss most about H Kong, mmm so much.
1. The long walks from Parkview to Stanley
2. An ice cold beer in the captains bar at the Mandarin Oriental
3. The harbour walk from Star Ferry to Tsim Sha Tsui East

Star Ferry 1965

by Nemorino

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I stayed at the International Hotel on Cameron Road in Kowloon, but of course I won't do a hotel tip on it since this was 45 years ago and I don't remember anything about it.

In a letter from Phước Vĩnh, Vietnam, dated March 23, 1965, I wrote:

Hong Kong, though, is quite the place. I did nothing but walk around and breathe for five days. Out of the hotel, around downtown Kowloon, over to Hong Kong island on the Star Ferry, through downtown Hong Kong, up the side of the peak on winding, switchback walks through the woods and past the fantastic houses and gardens of the rich, Chinese and European alike, perched all over the hilltops and hillsides overlooking the city and the harbour -- yes, HARBOUR.

In 2010 I looked up the Star Ferry and found that they are still going strong, running four ferry routes and a harbour tour with a fleet of twelve ferries. The company was founded in 1898 and has been operating ever since then, except for an interruption during the Second World War when Hong Kong was occupied by the Japanese.

http://www.starferry.com.hk/

TSING MA BRIDGE

by ancient_traveler

The world’s longest suspension bridge carrying road and rail traffic, the graceful new 2.2 km Tsing Ma Bridge forms part of the infrastructure for Hong Kong International Airport at Chek Lap Kok and has quickly become one of Hong Kong’s defining landmark. www.tsingma.com.hk

MTR Tsing Yi stn exit A1, take a minibus no 308M OR take a taxi and ask to driver to stop at Visitor’s Centre.

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