Discussion in 'Travel/Holiday Advice' started by Froggy, Oct 20, 2014.
HK$1000 is less than S$200, most places accept no problem.
Yes , i got into an argument with an old woman at 7-11 , i used 1000 bill and she KPKB ... but i tell you Hongkee old woman don't play play ....
Any place like our Sim Lim Square to avoid?
Not about the value.
it is that there are fake hkd1000 circulating.
causing alot retailers refused to accept.
wow, feel like gg back there again.. the food T.T ... I so wanna eat the dim sum and the roast meats!!
maybank cx got promo now. super tempted to go. miss the food there sobs!
I will be gg hk next week
I love this Destination for traveling. Hong Kong is the most populous and attractive city in China. I visited there almost one or two times with my friends. The Hong Kong Disneyland, Victoria Peak, Ocean Park Hong Kong and Lamma Island are my favorite spot there. I love to go there and again.
Hk now bird flu....
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nabeh....so many new account of the same person ???
Traditional HK breakfast is a must
For a 1st timer, where is best(hostel/cheap) place to stay AND for local street food n BIG wet market as wellearly (May).
Was there many many years ago. Stayed in a hotel (forget name) very near to YauMaTei (油麻地) MTR station.
Short walking distance to Temple Street (庙街), Tung Choi Street (女人街) etc
No problem traveling to most other places because MTR is so very convenient (but no escalator).
Hotels in North Points are reasonable. And accessible to MTR station.
local food can check 开饭喇 website
So large wet market, open air food, access to airport easy?
B.P. International at Jordan MTR. Opposite hotel full of delicious street food and Temple Street, one station after is Tsim Sha Tsui Station and one station before is Yau Ma Tei Station (Lady's Market)
Not a fan of wet market. I think few well known large wet markets in HK. The one in Kowloon is located at Kowloon City, about 2-3 km east of YauMaTei. No MTR. Take taxi.
Temple Street is known also for its open air food. Note night market.
Airport got airport train linking to normal MTR services. Not a problem.
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