Oriental Pearl Hostel Hong Kong

Flat A4, Block A, 3rd Floor, ChungKing Mansions, No.36-44 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsu, Hong Kong, Hong
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Forum Posts

Fashion wear??

by vtecturbo

Hi I be at hongkong for 2 days. My priority is to shop for fashion clothings.can anyone advise mr where I can shop for mens n ladies fashion apparels..preferably walking streets or wholesale kinda places ... What are the streets to recommend?? Thks advance

Re: Fashion wear??

by mim95

You can go to cheung sha wan road to buy wholesale. Many shops there require you to buy 5 or 10 for each item, otherwise they don't bother to sell to you. You can take the MTR to Sham Shui Po Station.

Re: Fashion wear??

by TravellingGugu

Welcome to one the most fashonable cities in Asia! You will be spoilt for choices on this one. It really depends on your budget and time. If you wanna see the high end ones, and have a budget, then I shall opt for Ocean terminal in Tsim Sha Tsui, three connecting huge shopping centre take up the whole block, that's what shopper's dream is made of!

Let's do Kowloon first:

For the middle to lower end, which there are plenty in HK, opt for Mongkok, u will see endless streams of good clothing shops dotting around, just use your instinct. Some brands are pretty good and nicely priced such as Giordano, Bossini, Baleno, Samuel and Kevin, etc....the list is endless.

For the ultimate experience is outlet clothes or factory seconds, opt for Fa Yuen Street, which can be reached via MTR (Prince Edward) This is no longer a secret that foreigners flock to here to buy some of the latest fashion at cut throat price. But beware, most shops here take cash only and no fitting, you may want to bring a tape measurer to see if the clothes will fit. Also check carefully the condition of the garment, as there will be no exchange as well.

For Hong Kong island:

The high ends are in Central (Landmark, Galleria, Prince building, etc), Admiralty (Pacific place), all can be reached by MTR easily. For middle to lower ends, go for Causeway bay, possibly is the best place to hang around for fashion on HK island, there are good department stores (Sogo!) and shops everywhere u eyes can see, let your instinct takes you....

Happy shopping!!!

Travel Tips for Hong Kong

A History Lesson

by deeper_blue

Hong Kong has a unique and colourful history, shaped by the Chinese and British and briefly the Japanese. Prior to the British arrival, Hong Kong was merely a fishing port, China later ceded the Island and Kowloon to Britain and in 1898 they also leased the New Territories on a 99 year deal but in 1997 all the land was given back to China as a special administrative region after it was proved Britain used unfair tactics to secure the land. Today traces of British influence are still present but fading as Chinese culture is quickly reestablishing itself.

POSTCARDS : Affordable Memories

by coolpanda87

Like many cities, Hong Kong has many shops that sell postcards. Usually the postcards are so beautiful that we ourselves could never capture it that way. Many shops sell postcards around 10-50 cents USD for one, with the high quality postcards selling below 1 USD.

Try make a point to the...

by daryll

Try make a point to the Kowloon Observation deck, there you will able to see a full view of Hongkong skyline, to get there, you may travel by MRT at Tsim Sha Tsui station or take the famous star ferry with a promise unforgetable view. It doesn't cost you much. (4HKGD-6HKGD). Tips! Come during sunset. It's really amazing! As you will witness two different kind of situation of the skyline. The best as i mentioned, the observation Hongkong skyline on the 1st day! I was so excited, running towards the observation deck!!! Unforgetable!

consider the YMCA hotel in...

by pjallittle


consider the YMCA hotel in Kowloon. It is a short walk to everything and has excellent accommodations at reasonable prices.

Across the street is the Space Center and a lot of other interesting places to visit in this large center. If you enjoy Dim Sum, some of the best and most beautifully presented! Check out the Mongolian Barbecue also.
Ferry to HK is a short walk and the train station is right up the street in the opposite direction. From here, you will be able to go into the New Territories. It is very reasonable.
Try booking your entire trip through a Hong Kong travel agent like China Travel. Get two agents to bid for your trip. Save thousands over booking from US or Canada.
Such food, simply the best. And the culture, it is fascinating. But be sure and look into getting over to Shenzhen to see Splendid China and the two related adjacent sites. Almost like touring all of China in miniature. Most tourists miss this site and it is a really 5* place but you will need a China visa. Get there easily by train. Also by jetfoil up the Pearl River. Great fun, like a China trip at hardly any cost at all. Worth a day or two.

Learn more about Splendid China, you won't be sorry.
Take the train, it's easy.






When you get to this page, there is a little work to do. First, Click Tourism Product Inventory. Then next you will see PRODUCT STATUS, click Existing.
PROVINCE- Guangdong CATEGORY Tourist Attraction.

Type Splendid China in SEARCH.

This is accessible in less than an hour by frequent trains from HK. Linger awhile and explore this site, lots of useful information here.

SPLENDID CHINA

China Visa in Hong Kong

by John6868

To be safe you had better get your Visa while in Hong Kong.
You can get the visa the same day, or pay less and get it overnight or 3 days later.
The reason that you hear conflicting reports is that:-
1) The regulations change. A big change happened during the Olypic period but every now and then other changes happen.
2) For each nationality there is a specific rule. As a UK citizen I cetainly cannot get a visa at the border. But Irish MAY be a different matter and expect Phillipino passport holder could not.

There are plenty of travel agents in HK that can get the Visa. Just remember a passport sized photo.

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