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Old 16-05-2008, 02:47 PM   #31
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Hi there, i need ur help badly!!! i will be travelling to hong kong soon and i have no idea on where to go there... Can u suggest me places of interests that are must go and foods that are must eat? i will be staying in mongkok area.
Why don't you go peak at night for sight seeing at Hong Kong Night View. It's really wonderful.
If you stay at Mong Kok, you may go Women Street/ Fa Yuen Street/ Temple Street@ Night/ Longham Place. Go Women Street/ Fa Yuen Street/ Temple Street please remeber to have a bargain fun. Try to ask 50%off.

Go Tsim Sha Tsui if you want to shopping for more trendy and fashion stuff. Will spend more expensive than Mong Kok.

Go Ocean Park for a day, will give a lot of fun.

Must try our egg tart and milk tea in our cantonese resturant.
Must go "Ki Tsui Cake Shop" as i mentioned before. Try out their "Siu Ben"
Must go "Lang Kwai Fong@ Central" if you like night club.
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Old 16-05-2008, 03:05 PM   #32
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cha chan ting.....
At Mong Kok got a lot Cha Chan Ting, Most of them are HK style.
But u want traditional cafe , right?
Pls try China Cafe at NO#108 Canton Road, Mong Kok
http://www.openrice.com/restaurant/sr2.htm?shopid=5272

There have a map can help you to get there
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Old 16-05-2008, 03:33 PM   #33
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hello!

I plan to go HK soon I have a budget of $150 per night for hotel. May I know which hotel you would recommend? As I have not been to HK before, may I know which part of HK can I have the best fashion clothings? Where is the place in HK that's comparable to our Orchard Road?

Thanks!
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Old 16-05-2008, 05:53 PM   #34
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Thanks, u've been a GREAT HELP!!!!

Hi
Can go by MTR station "Central" and Pedder Stree Exit (shld be D2)
Pls see at map Green color Exit icon are MTR "Central Exit"

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Old 16-05-2008, 06:10 PM   #35
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Ok, i'll be sure to drop by Tao Heung next trip for dim sum! I dont have any particular favourite dim sum, basically i take (sorry dont have a chinese keyboard) egg tarts, wu kok, hum sui kok, har kow, siew mai, etc. Apart from dim sum, i also like the cha chan teng food. Use to drop by the cha chan teng at Parkes Street (diagonally opposite the Mai Wen Ji Wanton Noodle). The home cooked styled dishes are mouth watering. Salted fish with minced pork, ham vegetable soup, xo sauce scallop, prawns, etc.!

Speaking of Cha Chan Teng, i was looking forward to find this one at Tai Koo. Its a Macau Cha Chan Teng which is supposed well known, featured in the HK Tai Koo Mei Sek food program. Unfortunately, the program did not show the exact address, just that its located at Tai Koo Shing Rd. Some well known dishes are Macau salted fish, pork chop bun, etc. I hunted high and low but could not find it. Any ideas?

Thks!!!

we call 輕鐵for LTR, for Nov is great season to come! comfortable whether.
For dim sum places i recommend Toa Heng Super 88 (稻香超級漁港) , Causeway Bay, Tsim Sha Tsui, Mong Kok also got. Tao Heng also poppular in HK. depends which period you go, part of weekdays costs cheaper then weekend. I tried it before, no doubt they can provide good dim sum food. what dim sum u like the most?
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Old 16-05-2008, 06:32 PM   #36
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limeiyan i wonder are you qqspot? that hero still owe me a small sum of money yet still to return me...
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Old 16-05-2008, 10:54 PM   #37
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limeiyan i wonder are you qqspot? that hero still owe me a small sum of money yet still to return me...
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Old 16-05-2008, 11:41 PM   #38
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Wow! thanks for ur help! btw ur definition of cantonese restaurant izzit cha chan ting?
I reckon there is a wax museum in hong kong right? izzit a must go place too? if yes, can u tell me the location and transportation there?
Why don't you go peak at night for sight seeing at Hong Kong Night View. It's really wonderful.
If you stay at Mong Kok, you may go Women Street/ Fa Yuen Street/ Temple Street@ Night/ Longham Place. Go Women Street/ Fa Yuen Street/ Temple Street please remeber to have a bargain fun. Try to ask 50%off.

Go Tsim Sha Tsui if you want to shopping for more trendy and fashion stuff. Will spend more expensive than Mong Kok.

Go Ocean Park for a day, will give a lot of fun.

Must try our egg tart and milk tea in our cantonese resturant.
Must go "Ki Tsui Cake Shop" as i mentioned before. Try out their "Siu Ben"
Must go "Lang Kwai Fong@ Central" if you like night club.
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Old 17-05-2008, 12:48 AM   #39
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At Mong Kok got a lot Cha Chan Ting, Most of them are HK style.
But u want traditional cafe , right?
Pls try China Cafe at NO#108 Canton Road, Mong Kok
http://www.openrice.com/restaurant/sr2.htm?shopid=5272

There have a map can help you to get there
thank you very much
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Old 17-05-2008, 11:30 AM   #40
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HI~
When you're interested in Gucci, prada, miumiu etc, HK got a shop call "TWIST" which is locate at Causeway Bay "World trade Centre" and Tsim Sha Tsui "THE SUN ARCADE" near DFS. They always offer a sales more then DFS or Gucci, Coach boutique itself. Normally, They sell those product cheaper then purchase at DFS or boutique.

cool! will bring my gf to this TWIST and check it out when we go hk this coming June 28th, cos she wanted to buy a bag from gucci

thanx alot!
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Old 17-05-2008, 11:38 AM   #41
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hi limeiyan1231, do u kno, when will the first phase of Ocean park redevelopement end? cos i m quite excited to go see wat new facilities they had built at ocean park
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Old 17-05-2008, 05:12 PM   #42
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limeiyan i wonder are you qqspot? that hero still owe me a small sum of money yet still to return me...
who is qqspot? i dun understand~?
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Old 17-05-2008, 05:17 PM   #43
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hi limeiyan1231, do u kno, when will the first phase of Ocean park redevelopement end? cos i m quite excited to go see wat new facilities they had built at ocean park
The earilest seems to be 2010.
For last time i went ocean park, they're already being their redevelopment.
pls browse below for ur reference.
http://www.oceanpark.com.hk/eng/main...right,31-1-0-0
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Old 17-05-2008, 05:28 PM   #44
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Wow! thanks for ur help! btw ur definition of cantonese restaurant izzit cha chan ting?
I reckon there is a wax museum in hong kong right? izzit a must go place too? if yes, can u tell me the location and transportation there?

Hmm...I dun think wax museum is must go place. Just depends will you go peak once. if yes.. i suggest you may go waxmuseum as well, coz it at the same place, just go wax museum and beleive it or not. Can spend you around half day at peak.
http://www.nwstbus.com.hk/routes/rou...ID=1&daytime=3
You can by bus from Causeway Bay or central to Peak, pls browse above info. NO#15 or 15B

Yes...Cantonses restaurant = cha chan ting. Worth to try once. If you like sweet stuff, pls go cha chan ting and try "Sai Dor Si 西多士

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Old 17-05-2008, 05:46 PM   #45
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hello!

I plan to go HK soon I have a budget of $150 per night for hotel. May I know which hotel you would recommend? As I have not been to HK before, may I know which part of HK can I have the best fashion clothings? Where is the place in HK that's comparable to our Orchard Road?

Thanks!
May i ask is your pennisula centre at orchard road?? i forgot where is orchard road coz i been SG once only.

For HK fashion, If you're looking for young fashion, pls see my previously post. I did recommended some boutique such as " Dusty, Chocolate, K2 etc and you may go Tsim Sha Tsui "RISE SHOPPING ARCADE 利時"
For high Fashion you can go Central "IFC" / Tsim Sha Tsui "Habour City"/ Kowloon Tong "Festival Walk" , they got a lot worldwdie brand there.

For per night SG$150, pls visit below website for ur reference
http://www.asiarooms.com/hong_kong/index.html
Coz they show all comment and rating for all HK hotels

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