Ocean Guest House

A4 15 F Block A Chung King Mansion, Yau Tsim Mong District, Hong Kong, Hong Kong Region, China
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Need your help

by disney1976

Hello everyone! i am looking for a cheap but clean and decent place to stay near HK airport. we will be arriving a little past midnight and we want to stay in a place where we can have a nap until around 6am. i checked the traveler's lounge but i find it very expensive considering that we are a family of four (me, my wife and our 2 children ages 7 & 4).

Our other alternative is to take a nap at the airport benches until around 6am. do you think this is ok?

Your suggestions and ideas will be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance.

Re: Need your help

by craic

i found hk to be a very comfortable airport - but perhaps check out the site Sleeping at Airports

I used the place in the airport - was it the travelers lounge, you could rent a mattress on the floor by the hour, or take a shower

but i did think it was expensive for what you get

Re: Need your help

by craic

http://www.sleepinginairports.net/asia/hongkong.htm

the prayer rooms look like possibles

Re: Need your help

by craic

i spent 10 hours during the day in HK airport a few years back and it did look as if there were plenty of places to have a snooze

the website says the guards don't hassle you if you are sleeping

Re: Need your help

by TravellingGugu

Not sure if anyone could help you if cost is an issue. The only option (which will be expensive too) is to exit immigration, take a A21 bus to Kowloon (HKD33 per person, children half price), say u go somewhere in Mongkok or Yaumatei, there are some hotels much cheaper than others, but after that, u need to take the bus again back to the airport, it can be tiresome and time wasting. You might just have to bite your lips and pay a bit more just this once....since u only need to kill 6 hours.

Re: Need your help

by disney1976

Thank you Craic and travelling Gugu for sharing your inputs. This helps a lot.

If we are going to travel to Kowloon area around 2AM, will there be bus no. A21 available?

Thanks again!

Re: Need your help

by TravellingGugu

I think A21 bus has a midnight version called N21, click on the following link to find out all about it:

http://www.nwstbus.com.hk/routes/airport-bus/route/index.aspx?intLangID=1

Re: Need your help

by xymmot

Children must be considered and four hours at a airport is not too bad as the children can sleep at the benches. If in a transfer thru HKG consider all the bags you have to carry and the family in tow. It will take about thirty minutes just to exit the airport. Instead, have a meal at the Coral another hour gone, shop around and read a book. Have the kids if tired lay down and sleep. The departure areas have a lot of spaces to strecth out. I would bring a small blanket for them to lay on. It is ok to nap at the airport...I do it on long delays everywhere in airport lounge.

cheers Tommy x

Re: Need your help

by TravellingGugu

I agree with Tommy on this. However, as u make your "bed" at the aiport, make sure one of you stay awake and guard the luggages, that goes for any airports anywhere in the world. There are thieves lurking everywhere for unalerted and tired transit toursists. Just to let u know, I believe there is also some kind of lounge (pass the immigration entry, on your way to buses and taxi). This give you a good base to rest and catch a hot shower and some snacks.

Travel Tips for Hong Kong

touring Macau

by seagypsy

If the prices you're quoting are in Hong Kong dollars (U$1=~7.7HK$) then those prices are an excellent deal BUT if they're in US-$ then I think you'd do better on your own with a guidebook and DIY.

For example, the cost for a oneway ticket from HK to Macau via the Turbojet ferries cost at least 140HK$=~U$18.

Macau is quite small unless you're going to visit the outlying islands of Taipa and Coloane in which case buses are one option but if you're visiting the casinos on the Cotai strip between Taipa and Coloane (the huge Venetian Hotel for example) they offer free shuttles to the Venetian from the Macau Ferry Terminal, the Macau Airport, and the Chinese border.

Macau is also less expensive than HK but if you want to save money, then it's best to visit during the weekdays since weekend hotel rates go bup.

Macau also has excellent food, such as Macanese, and on Taipa there's one street called food street in old Taipa village for some great meals.

I'd recomment visiting on your own if those prices are in U$. The Macau government has an excellent tourist website and you can pickup free brochures on walking tours. Many of the casinos on mainland Macau are within walking distance of Leal Senado on San Ma Lu (a mainstreet).

Anyways, have fun and safe travels.

You simply must use the *STAR FERRY*

by EdinburghRoc

For pennys you can sail on the Star Ferry, the views are great and one of the most wonderful experiences to be had in Hong Kong. My mother losing half her teeth in Hong Kong Harbour. {The other half she lost in Australia}

I sat in a restrauant with tears running down my cheeks when I learned that her teeth went overboard the night before. People must have wondered what I found so funny.

Sailing at night seeing HONG KONG lit up with whisky flowing freely.

Thier is so many wonderful...

by Pushvanbob

Thier is so many wonderful sights and places to single out just one.ie:- The Peak tram, Hong Kong by night (even better from the revolving restaruant)New terrotories and village life its such a contrast from Kowloon The friendliness of the people

Hong Kong Tip

by Kallista

To enjoy a break from all the shopping … I took a tram ride up to a lookout point, the Victoria Peak. My friends & I had dinner at the Peak Café, … well, the food wasn’t bad but it certainty doesn’t worth elaborating but the incredible view is …

Other places to visit / Food to eat

by dachel

1. Avenue of Star - Symphony of light
2. HK space museum
3. Clock tower / starferry
4. Victoria harbour
5. temple night market Jordon 4pm-12am
6. Ladies market = tong choi jai
7. Teddy bear kingdow

1. Peking Garden, starhouse 3rd - 3 salisbury road (peking duck)
2. Macau Restaurant, 27 lock road (Portuguese egg tarts, roast pigeon, pork rib signature dish, Fried rice & curry)
3. Tang Chao - Tsim Shan Zhui Guang Dong dao 88 hao (nice bean curd)

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