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"If you're interested in HK history, this is the place to go!"
reviewed November 11, 2019 by bmartin992
A bit off the beaten track but well worth the effort to get there.
The invasion of HK during WW2 was not a high-point in British colonial history, with HK being completely unprepared for the Japanese invasion from the mainland.
Makes this historical event come alive.
And found out that a family friend had actually played a key role in...
Went there for a overnight camping with a few families with young kids. Overnight residents need to check in by 2pm. Each person gets a pink tag so the staff can differentiate if you are a day tripper or an overnight resident. Check in process was quite smooth. You can borrow their hairdryer at check in too.
Family dormitories -...
...on your way to the Coastal Defences Museum (which is closed until next year despite there still being a million signs up) for example, then you should drop in to this beautiful little temple. The vast array of gently burning incense discs hanging from the ceiling is particularly pretty.
Have been wondering why this noodle shop famous for its beef briskets attracts so many customers. I think the answer lies in the management. Apart from the standard Hing Kong style efficiency, the cleanliness is a far cry from most famous noodle shops. We ordered the Hong Kong style French toast and the condiment containers were the cleanest I had...
This is quite a famous restaurant that has been featured on TV several times and is visited by many local celebrities over the years, but despite this, they have kept up the quality and continue to introduce new tasty dishes. Staff and ambiance are friendly, very typical Honkkie.
First visit here and the food was quite unique and tasty. A definite must try for foodies. The squid cakes are very good. The clay pot crab with rice rolls is a must try, and the clams with pork liver is also worth trying.