Love the ambiance and service of the hotel service staff. Room cleanliness requirement had been met too. The only inflexibility was I intended for a change of reservation from Island Shangri-La to Futian Shangri-La but was rejected despite under the same group. Should they be able to extend this ...
It's the best hotel in the airport. Things are beginning to get a little old but they do keep renovating. The restaurants are very overpriced but good. They could give hotel guests a better discount than 15%. Their other hotels give 30-50% off.
The property was about what you'd expect from a United States $60/night motel, but in a relatively nice building. The walls are too thin, and the double bed left nearly no space in the room. The double bed was also just two single beds smashed together. For some of the nights, I stayed in a single ...
Good location and very nice staff,they have helped us to store my luggage after check-out.The room is clean with good Wi-Fi connection,there are bathroom,hair dryer and air-condition.Recommended.
Hong Kong shimmers with neon-lit skyscrapers, buzzes with street markets and rumbles with the stampede of Happy Valley Racecourse. Spend the afternoon at Ocean Park, and watch the Symphony of Stars along the harbor at sunset. Whip your taste buds into shape with shredded jellyfish, shark fin soup and mooncake.
Venture further afield to the New Territories to see the massive Tsing Ma Bridge, or take in the pagodas, lotus ponds and bonsai in Ching Chung Koon. Experience sensory overload and outright giddiness in Macau.
Whether you're fluent in Cantonese or practicing Mandarin, let Orbitz pave the way with 10 must-sees for your Hong Kong vacation.
Check off your must-see list: Chi Lun Nunnery, flower and goldfish markets, the Hong Kong Museum of Art and various temples.
Tiptoe past soothsayers and dragons; walk under archways and golden rooftops. Visit the Good Wish Gardens, zigzag across bridges and ponder your own reflection in carp ponds.
Hop the ferry and, be sure to bring your luck. This island is buzzing with casinos, nightlife and Vegas-style glitz. Explore Macau's historic side on a trishaw ride to temples and ancient ruins.
Take the little ones to meet Mai Kei Lo Su (Mickey Mouse). Zoom through space in Tomorrowland, and defend the galaxy with Buzz Lightyear.
Bring your camera to this floating community, where houses, huts and markets bob on the water.
Find Hong Kong souvenirs such as silks, ornaments, Chinese costume jewelry and lots of knickknacks.
Stroll the promenade at sunset for the Symphony of Stars, a sound-and-light-show along the waterfront. Ride the Star Ferry across Victoria Harbor.
Enjoy the view riding up the Peak Tram, or stroll along Lugard Road. Drink in the vistas of central Hong Kong and Kowloon from the eateries and shops ringing the mountain.
Explore the rainforest, and spot monkeys, capybaras and toucans. Discover the lagoons and thousands of fish at Aqua City. Meet Asia's rarest animals, such as pandas, Chinese salamanders and alligators.
Zip off to exotic treasures such as beaches and fishing towns, and take in the pink dolphins and Tian Tan Buddha. Bring your binoculars: On a clear day, you can see Macau.
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