Pequeño y muy pintoresco monsaterio a las afueras de Hong kong. Muy bien accesible por tren pero muy duro de subir si de por si te encuentras con un típico dia de verano en Hong kong; es decir 41 grados y 100 de humedad. Es un pequeño calvario que merece la pena hacer. En el comienzo de la subida hay que tener mucho cuidado porque comparte entrada...more
Take the MTR to the Shatin stop and get off -head towards Park Road. You will see Ikea straight ahead. Walk in front of it -you will see a small yellow sign for the 10,000 buddhas monastery. The signs then suddenly stop. We ended up in Shatin cemetery -you need the little alley way between the cemetery / multi story. After a few seconds you will...more
The museum is an open-air museum. It encompasses the old Tai Po Market Railway Station building, a narrow gauge steam locomotive, six historical railway carriages, and a red-brick office block. The station building, erected in 1913, has the pitched roof of the traditional Chinese building.more
Witness a different type of culture at the Hong Kong Heritage Museum, the largest of its kind in Hong Kong. Traditional Chinese design and modern construction techniques are reflected in the five-storey building with Chinese-style roofs and the courtyard characterised by a central axis. Inside, various aspects of history, arts and culture are...more
The fortified Hakka village of Tsang Tai Uk, or 'Tsang's Big House', built in 1848, is the next stop on your tour. The three rows of granite, brick and timber houses were arranged to form a rectangle, all interlined by passages and courtyards, and include defensive towers at the four corners.more
ASRA is good place for family gathering.Nice ambience,good atmosphere & friendly staff.
Its a thematic indian restaurant,i like this place.
Favorite Dish: My favourite dishes are:-
mix veg kebab
I love asra's food taste very much,even they can make mild/spicy for you.Specially seekh kebab,chicken tikka were really-2 great.
Ride along the Shing Mun River and around Tolo Harbour at midnight. There are a couple hundred cylists on a midnight ride.
Of course this cycle path is popular in daytime too. I love the contrast of riders with Tour de France jerseys and adults riding with training wheels.
From downtown of Kowloon, you can travel to Sha Tin by KCR train. There are interchange station between MTR and KCR at MTR Tsim Sha Tsui and Kowloon Tong