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I booked this "hotel" through Hotels.com in March, along with several other Asian places. This one was mid-range, cheaper thanany Hong Kong hotels, but more expensive yhan Kuala Limpur and Saigon. In Kuala Lumpur, I spent $50 at a Ramada and got a suite with...More
I personally like the variety of Hong Kong. The people around Chungking Mansion are from every corner of the globe - Russia, Ukraine, Pakistan, India, Kazahkstan, Turkey, Sierra Leone, Nairobi, Brazil, United Kingdom, Canada, and the U.S. There are many solicitors pedaling fliers, tailor services,...More
I did not stay in Chungking Mansions, but I just popped in for a gander at the infamous place that's a modern heir to the Kowloon Walled City. Certainly dizzying, and a lot going on. People will likely try selling you stuff. Probably not a...More
Located at the southern tip of Kowloon Island walking distance from Star Ferry and Victoria Harbour, this building is loaded with guesthouses on every floor. During so-called "peak times" it may be difficult to find a room, but if you can secure one, no matter...More
It is like an eerie building with foreigners. Not much to do except for you to get a cheap hostel or hotel but a little bit cramp. However, it is secured with cctv and for Muslim tourists, theres a lot of halal food inside, pick...More
This is one of the worst place I've ever stayed at. The room and bathroom is very tiny. The size room was just slightly bigger than size of a normal standard USA bathroom size. You can now picture how small the room really is. There...More
If you want to go to Hong Kong and you want cheap place to sleep, I think Chung King is a good choice. I spent only 350,000 IDR per night (24USD) I got 2 single beds, and a small bathroom, a fan, a good wifi,...More
Tsim Sha Tsui is one of the major tourist and shopping areas of Hong Kong. With a high concentration of hotels, retail shops and commercial offices – it’s a busy and bustling neighborhood that never sleeps. On the surface, Tsim Sha Tsui seems to only feature an abundant number of high-end retail stores selling designer brands and jewelry, owing to its popularity with high-budget shopping tours. However, it also
contains a diverse range of attractions for the entire family. Whether taking a walk in Kowloon Park, exploring museums, going shopping or grabbing a bite to eat – Tsim Sha Tsui has something for everyone.