We did not intend to see Hong Kong. But…
Foreign employers must get work permit, cross the boundary only for day or two, receive Z visa, they can go back again to mainland and leave China. (Regardless of the reality that Hong Kong now could be particular administrative area(SAR) of China (PRC), boundary still exists). Hong Kong (HK) is situated on China’s south shore, and it borders to the north with Shenzhen city of Guangdong province. The largest of these is Lantau Island.
Our impression was different on all of this visits. Needless to say it depended on a hotel that we have stayed in and locations we have seen. As pricey city honk Kong is known. I saw many terrible comments about hostels and affordable hotels in the centre of the city, when I did an investigation in internet sites. The resort was in the place called Tsuen Wan (new territories). The web sites revealed, that it’s good level hotel with comparatively low cost. It seemed to become an excellent choice: ample room, swimming pool and sauna after long excursion inside and outside the city can enhance any damaged impression. But it needed added expense for route to the centre of the town. It really is preferable to make use of underpass (MTR)., to prevent traffic jam.
Harbour City is certainly one of the very densely populated spots in the world. The roads in that place were so overcrowded that we’re able to go just in same way with several other individuals. Because if you do, then in a single minute you’ll stumble on 1,000 individuals, we advise you to not attempt to proceed from the flow.
The area was like little carton box, without windows, that reminded a dreadful film… Place – that is wat we were spending money on here.
All through our stays in Hong Kong, we have were able to visit Flagstaff House Tea Ware Museum, Hong Kong park and Ocean Park. In Kowloon we now have saw Avenue of Stars, sea-front and Women Market. Two days we spent in one and Sai Kung district on Lamma Island.
Hong Kong Park
Hong Kong Park is similar to little beautiful isle of the character, a breath of freash air within the urban area of Hong Kong. Within the park you’ll locate numerous old garrison buildings constructed between 1910 and 1842. They’re the remains of powerful Great British Empire rule.
At the centre of the Park is situated a waterfall along with an artificial lake. There’s a flowing water running through the park, that has been applied as a thematic theme to link the various attributes of the park by streams, waterfalls, ponds and cliffs from rocks.
The Museum of Tea Ware is situated within the park. Because they evolved as time passes the museum comprises types of the teapots from other different tea ware and various provinces. More interesting for people were types of various sort of tea and explanations about ways and history of making tea. You should see the Tea Ware Museum in Hong Kong, if you’re a supporter of Chinese Tea.
Maria Schindler is a travel consultant who travels a lot. Aside from her traveling career, she also writes several books primarily about travel from Asia to selected states in US such as Florence Colorado.