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the Central station connections to Hongkong station requires a very LONG walk. So it is better to transfer at Laiking which is just across the platform or down a platform transfer only.
Use the MTR Journey Planner to compute travel time.
thanks for the reply. another question, i hope you don't mind. which has better choices of men's wear (quality,price) and affordable food outlets, lingham place mall or grand century place both in mongkok. Or advisable to see both places? thanks in advance.
Unlike Manila, stores are not all inside malls and there's no 1 mall in HK that has everything you need.
If you want to shop you will have to walk around Mongkok because the shops are scattered. Langham Place is a very small mall with only a few stores including a small H&M.
Like what I said in Page 1, go to Tsim Sha Tsui for shopping. Harbour City, The One, K11, iSquare, Canton Road, Silvercord, Granville, Nathan Road, main street, side street, just go around the whole area because everything is scattered. Alternative is Causeway Bay which is another shopping district. Start with Times Square then walk around the district.
Walang 1 stop shop sa Hong Kong. Quality is based on the brand, not the mall. I will say it again, food is not a problem because restaurants are everywhere, both cheap and expensive.
Gather all your questions para hindi sayang sa post space. Malapit na umabot sa 5,000 posts ang thread.
Guys i need your suggestions. Will be going to hongkong on September 11. Will go straight to macau on our first day to spend overnight there. Here's my question, what will you recommend, riding a ferry from HKIA Skypier but the fees are more expensive compare to ferry from TST and Sheung Wan around hk253 compare to hk151 or sa TST na kami mag ferry para mas mura. Is there a cheaper ferry ride from skypier going to macau? Our flight will be arrived at HK by 9am. Pls help what is the best thing to do. Thanks
Chinese new year next year is on Feb 10 which is also my birthday. I want to go back to Hong Kong sana to experience winter and spend my birthday there. pero it will be very crowded to go to hk on a new year. When do you think should i go? 1 week after maybe? thank you!
1 - Aug 7 (TUE) : "Walk around TST after check-in, take Star Ferry to Central, 15C to Peak Terminus, Avenue of Stars after"
2 - Aug 8 (WED) : Ocean Park
3 - Aug 9 (THU) : Macau
4 - Aug 10 (FRI) : Disneyland
5 - Aug 11 (SAT) : "Go to Stanley in the morning, ride the tram on HK island, head to Nanlian Garden then Shatin for Snoopyworld after."
6 - Aug 12 (SUN) : "Shop in the city. Mongkok and TST."
7 - Aug 13 (MON) : "Ngong Ping and Citygate. Back to downtown for more shopping."
8 - Aug 14 : 7am flight back to manila
OK na ba yung itinerary ko?
Can you also recommend a good place to eat an authentic Claypot Rice and steamed blackbean spareribs in a reasonable price? Been looking through blogs and open rice kaya lang wala akong mahanap, naka-chinese letters yung mga reviews.
This is the most popular restaurant for Claypot rice but it's always full so be sure to arrive early or dine when it's not lunch/dinner time: http://www.openrice.com/english/rest...ewlang=en%2chk
Steamed spareribs? All restaurants that serve dimsum should have this. If you're staying in TST, look for Chuk Yuen, Canton Deli and Very Good Restaurant for dimsum.
pay pal query, pasenxa na po no idea talaga, we need po to pay our down payment sa golden crown, can we use somebody else's paypal account? hindi po namin ** kasama sa trip XD
Hi! I just want to share kasi yung officemate ko bumili ng hong kong dollars sa bdo kanina.
Walang kahirap hirap daw. Though may account naman sya talaga sa BDO. Tumawag lang daw sya last week, sinabi nya how much and when nya kailangan. So by schedule po talaga.
Then kanina, ang hiningi lang daw sa kanya is PASSPORT and TIN Number and super fast lang daw. nag fill-up ng form and viola!
Conversion is 1 = 5.40
I will be in hk before the month ends.
I will stay in my tita's house for a month(mag eexit na lang daw ako after 2 weeks).
school break ng 2 cousins ko so they will be my guide pag namasyal kami.
Ask ko lang kung may makukuha ba kong part time job dun? any job will do. Matagal tagal din yun 1 month eh.
hello po. alam nyo po ba kng kailan kadalasan ang promo ng cebu pacific going to hongkong on december? i've been waiting for almost 3 months na kasi po eh, but sadly until now *** parin akong ma makita..