TWH-Tai Wan Hotel

Block A, 3rd Floor, Chung King Mansions, 36-44 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, Hong
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Best Hotel to Stay in the City near MTR Stations

by usisero_ako

Hi. I'll be going to Hong Kong this May but haven't decided yet where to stay. Would love suggestions on what hotel to stay that is within the city and near MTR Stations so we won't have troubles with transportation. Thanks!

Re: Best Hotel to Stay in the City near MTR Stations

by iblatt

Hi!

We were happy with the hotel we stayed in: the Holiday Inn Golden Mile, which is very centrally located, and right next to the Tsim-Sha-Tsui MTR station.

Read my tip:
http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/d29d6/5d6/3/

Ilan

Re: Best Hotel to Stay in the City near MTR Stations

by GrumpyDiver

You ask for the "Best" hotel, and this requirement is wide open to interpretation. People seem to view this as anything from the top 5-star, to the least expensive place without bedbugs. A bit of range there.

We stayed at the YWCA Anne Black Guesthouse (really a hotel) in Mongkok, not far from public transport. It met the second description of "best" quite nicely.

http://hotel.ywca.org.hk/eng/AnneBlack/anne_location.htm

Travel Tips for Hong Kong

Foggy Hong Kong

by writeonthespot

To combat the winter cold in HK, make sure to wear layers on your clothes. It's not necessarily the bulky jackets. You can have a shirt, then sweater, and a muffler or shawl (which you can wear in different styles). Be sure to wear closed shoes or rubber shoes with socks.

The hotels I've stayed in the Tsim Sha Tsui area were not really that good hotels, in terms of cleanliness and luxury, since they were more of a backpackers' inn. We stayed in Mirador Mansions, no good view, but pretty cheap and a good walking distance to everything.

I've written a blog about my HK trip, which you may find useful. http://firsttimetravel.wordpress.com/2009/02/13/first-time-in-hong-kong/ I love Victoria Peak. The first time I visited HK, we went on a morning and saw the exhilarating view of the entire metropolis. When I returned the last time, I made sure to climb the peak late afternoon so I would have a view of HK in daylight and at night when the city lights are turned on.

My other favorite place was the Buddha at Lantau Island. Since I went there at the end of the winter season, the place was all foggy and we couldn't see the Buddha from the bottom of the stairs.

Starry Starry Night

by JoanPhua

I like the experience riding on star ferry, cheap and the scenery is great, everyday a lot of people using it to travel between islands.....

opps...me holding maps looks like very obvious among others...! i miss the wind, the light, and the shopping dynamics of this city.

went to the Bird Market in...

by RWRocks

went to the Bird Market in Kowloon listening to a traditional Chinese band play their (to my ears) eerie music in a night market - no white people around (except moi), lots of smoke and funny smells in the air - I wasn't in Kansas anymore

Everytime I return to...

by loobear

Everytime I return to Hong Kong, I must make a pilgrimage of sort to the Buddhist temple situated on one of the many hills of Lantau island. Known as Po Lin Temple, it has the biggest sitting bronze statue of Buddha in the world and perch right on top of a hill and only accessable by climbing a series of steps.....series??? Did I say series?..... more like a few hundred series of steps ..... phew!!!... exhausting man...The exhilation that come after you made it to the top kind of made it very satisfying...The cooling breeze that plays on your face made the effort worthwhile... and once on top....man it's like you are the king of the hill...
It is like a mini adventure.....Have to start early in the morning.....Have your breakfast.... Go on down to the MTR station and take the train to Central on Hong Kong Island itself....Get out of the station and walk towards the sea....Look out for the Star Ferry pier....You can't miss it.... By pass the Star Ferry and walk on down to the other piers.... Look out for pier 7 which will shows Lantau or Mui Wo on the board...Pay the fare and board the ferry.... it should take about an hour to reach Mui Wo, a small little community on Lantau Island. Disembark from the ferry and join the crowd of people heading for the bus stop just after the pier.....Everyone has the same destination in mind... and that's to get to Po Lin Monastery. The journey by bus would take approximately another hour.... see, told you, it is a mini adventure of sort.

Despite the British influence...

by pastaayd

Despite the British influence the culture here is pure Chinese. Six thousand people work or live on the junks in Aberdeen harbour. Floating restaurants and sampan tours are highly recommended for a real experience of Hong Kong. The bustle of Central Market with its all-pervading mouth-watering scent is one of the most satisfying ways to literally taste the flavours of Asia's playground

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 TWH-Tai Wan Hotel

We've found that other people looking for this hotel also know it by these names:

Downtown Backpackers Hotel Hong Kong

Address: Block A, 3rd Floor, Chung King Mansions, 36-44 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, Hong