Mingle Place With The Star

No.137 Wanchai Road, Hong Kong, Hong Kong Region, China
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MTR in HK

by t5776

Hi,

I have tried to secure an e-mail contact for MTR in HK without success. What that has been listed in their official website are phone numbers in various MTR station. Am interested to know if there are any special rate for senior citizen?

Thank you.

Re: MTR in HK

by appleseed81

I think you can find it here
http://www.mtr.com.hk/eng/whatsnew/fam201005.html

You might have to proof your age before you can purchase the pass. Not sure if it is applicable to non HKID holders.

Re: MTR in HK

by t5776

Tks for the info. It's great to have people like you. Will check it out.

Re: MTR in HK

by kaps_4

Hi !

If I can suggest you can also try out the "Airport Express Travel Pass" which gives you 3 days unlimited travel on MTR network, some buses also. It gives you HK $50 refund back while departing. I am not sure about Senior Citizen discount on this one.

http://www.mtr.com.hk/eng/airport_express/tf_index.html

Hope its useful

Kaps

Travel Tips for Hong Kong

"Che Zai Min" (Noodles)

by samantha_chee

I was attracted by its name. "Che Zai" means small car in cantonese. Min means noodles.

I have tasted it during my trip into Lantau Island, visit Big Buddha. Though the stalls are right in front of the Big Buddha, they are charging standard prices. A bowl of Che Zai Min costs us HKD 15, a homemade Tau Fu Fa or black sesame costs HKD 8 only. Unlike some tourist spots in Malaysia, a fresh coconut water could cost you RM 10 (normal price is about RM 3.50) !

So, you can take some refreshments here before climbing the staircases to "meet" Big Buddha. Che Zai Min = Noodles* + Side Dishes**

*Noodles like Hor-Fun, Mi-Fun etc.

**Side dishes like chicken feet, fish balls, fish cakes, fried eggs, wan-ton, vegetables etc.

Building- Skycrappers

by yen_2

The photo is in the Bank of China Cheung Kong Centre. There's so much to see in this place but so little time for me. I had a headache looking out for the buildings and looking for the specific names for me to put it here..It's best time to visit HK during summer as August is the Big Mega Sale for my shopping! I mean, i'm not weird shopper...I jus shop good things like for home decors that has a good deals. And sandals for my satisfaction...=)

The Star Ferry runs from the...

by Bernard_Maje

The Star Ferry runs from the island of Hong Kong to Kowloon, from several piers. Personally, I prefer to stay in Kowloon, and commute to my appointments in Hong Kong via the Star Ferry. It's really a unique treat.

Tsim Sha Tsui Star Ferry Pier

by kwanmichelle

it's probably the cheapest way to go from kowloon to hong kong island ( or vice versa ) and also the cheapest way to appreciate the view of the victoria harbour, it costs only HK$2.2 ( around 22 Euro Cents) one way. from Tsim Sha Tsui, the Star Ferry could take you to Wan Chai or Central. from Central, it could take you to Tsim Sha Tsui or Hung Hom (HK$5.3)

fare subject to changes, please check :)

Rooms in HK are Really Small

by JaneCajuguiran

actually, the rooms in HK hotels are very small unless you stay in the 5 star ones. The Ah Shan Hostel, although a hostel, can accommodate up to about 6 persons to a room but then it would be really tight.

Ideally, when booking with a hostel, you need to get accomodations for at least 1 person more than your party. for instance, because there are 4 of you, then get a room for 5 or 6. that way, you are sure that the room or space will be large enough for everyone.

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