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Nice to see the old fishing village in Tung Chung. It still exists after the strong typhoon, only flooding occur. Can have boat tour to see dolphins at HK$20-30 per person. But cannot see this time maybe because there are a lot of constructions nearby....More
Wonderful experience highly recommended after visiting the hustle and bustle city of Hong Kong Trip was made complete as manage to view the pink dolphin in the middle of the sea from the boat ride Highly recommendation to use Holiday 360 service especially during the...More
The closest shopping area near Hong Kong airport, adjacent to Tung Chung station.
Many international brands, good prices.
Also some restaurants and bid super market on the lower floor.
Worth visiting if you are staying or transiting in a hotel near Hong Kong airport.
Tung Chung is away from the city on the island of Lantau, not far from the airport. I enjoy staying here on most of my trip. There is MTR connection to all major stops in Hong Kong. This is usually my overnight base to get...More
My son and I took the train from Central to go to Tung Chung. It's a good 20-25 minute ride so try to get a seat rather than stand up for the duration of the trip. Makes it more comfortable sitting down.
They have a...More
The ordered plate of Sweet and sour pork was by far the best we had in Hong Kong.
Excellent meat and well filled basket with fresh fruit.
Quick and friendly service.
This all for a more than acceptable price.
We took the metro to Lantau island, where we hoped on the Tung Chung cable car.
It was an amazing ride where you can see all of the Hong Kong bay, airport and Lantau island.
The ride finishes at small "traditional village" where you can...More
I didn't enjoy the breakfast in urban, I think everything was preheated, the scrambled egg looked like baby's puke, the bacon was burnt to a crisp, the only thing I liked in that plate was the tomatoe.
I shall not be going again
1) I will be staying at Hotel Ibis at North Point next week. I understand North Point is a popular place for noodles. Would appreciate if someone can recommend me a few places for noodles. 2) I have been to HK a couple of times and have been to Disneyland, Big Buddha, Lan Tau island, Tung Chung, the Peak, Tsim Sha Choi, Ladies' Street, Temple Street, Stanley market, Ocean Park. Would like to venture somewhere new. Is there anything particularly interesting to do / see in places like Sha...More
November 20, 2010|
Response fromGuerilla Surgeon|
Museum of Coastal Defence a couple of stops up the line eastwards.
itinerary for hk (10 Replies)
Hi I would need help to see if my below itinerary can work out... Pls help.. Thanks.. Or any recommendations is highly appreciated =) 10/3/10 Wed 10.00am Arrival at Macau Macau Tower Senaldo Square (Shopping) St Paul's Ruins (Porkchop buns, eggtarts, local products) Fisherman's Wharf Casino Hopping 11/3/10 Thu: Venetian hotel and shops Taipa Village (Porkchop buns) Macau Greyhound racing * Not sure to continue staying in macau or travel on night ferry abt 10pm back to hk) ...More
January 26, 2010|
I can't really comment on your Macau itinerary (may be best to post that on the Macau forums, if you haven't already done so), but, your HK itinerary looks to be quite alright! Where are you staying in HK? The Ladies Market actually opens from around 11:30am-ish right through to night time, so, you could combine it with "Sneaker/Sportswear Street" (Fa Yuen Street) in Mongkok. Avenue of Stars: Are you going there for the actual "stars" or will you be watching the free Symphony of...More
Lantau Island (14 Replies)
Hi guys. Need some advice regarding Lantau Island. My little girl is pretty prone to motion sickness, so which option should I take to minimize the chances of puking: Option A MTR to Tung Chung Cable Car to Ngong Ping Village (for some selfies, early lunch & 12.30pm Stage 360 show; no interest in Big Buddha and the monastery) Bus 21 to Tai O (Will she puke? I have ginger tablets for MILD winding roads) Bus 11 to Tung Chung (Looks like a VERY LONG winding road???) Citigate shopping ...More
November 19, 2014|
Response fromRaelene C|
Road to Tai O is very windy roads Cable Car - I hate that cable car - and if she's prone to motion sickness I wouldn't use it, but would use the bus (but again, pretty windy) Cab - might be easy to get one there - but I can tell you - it was hard getting one out of there