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All across the Island are hidden paths to walk and escape the busy streets of Hong Kong, last year we discovered the Bowen Road Fitness Trail behind our hotel in Wan Chai (The Emperor Hotel). On our recent afternoon hike from the same hotel after walking along the Bowen Road Fitness Trail we came upon the Green Trail but instead...
"Declared Monument - 1930's Chinese mansion house on Stubb's Road"
reviewed 2 weeks ago by BradJill T
King Yin Lei is a historic mansion house along Stubb's Road in the Mid-levels area of Hong Kong Island. This is a Declared Monument building that is open to the public several times a year by the government, tickets for timed sessions must be arranged in advance.
The mansion was designed and built by British architect A.R. Fenton-Rayen in 1936-37....
Just up the hill from the exit of The Peak Tram. A small store but with lots of interesting items on the shelves.
Shirts, bags, water bottles, cards, books, maps, China that breaks down in 24 months if broken and put in the ground - how good is that! Worth a look inside.
Stubbs Road Lookout was a disappointment. Most of the view were blocked by the overgrown shrubs. If you really need to see the beautiful skyline of Hong Kong with its tall buildings, go all the way to The Peak. It will be worth your time.
A Cantonese restaurant which is better known for its Sichuan dishes. Though not big, the environment inside was cosy. Services were good. Price tags were a bit high but acceptable for the overall product delivery.
This place is great for desserts...and anything sweet.
Their fresh juices are also quite good, try their watermelon and pineapple which come on the actual fruits.
Their salty dishes are not great unfortunately.
It’s nice to be living so close to the Club and of course one of the perks is to dine in all the different restaurants it has, if we fancy a family dinner Chinese Cantonese style we often end up at the Gallop. Food is above average fair and the part that I really like is the service. Nowadays, in...
We spent three nights here. The quadruple was a bit small and cold, but nice and clean. Good breakfast and friendly staff. Perfectly located close to shops, restaurants and the subway. Great high speed WiFi.
Pros: Clean room, bigger than average size in HK, nice decoration, toilet and shower worked perfect, great view.
Cons: the WIFI connection awful, after 2 seconds you need to reconnect again and again. If you need to work online, then this hotel will not be good for you.
Location, on the top of a small hill, no shops around, subway...