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Old 06-10-2007, 01:11 PM   #2461
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mineral water is in SING dollars...

aiyo u take jetstar aR? wah take care lor...ahahaha...i will try not to take budget airline...Wanna buy this or that...all dont have...sianz half...

HOHOHO...Come Dec...Pls Come...

Anyone heading to HK in dec?
Me!

Going for the 2nd time. Flying SQ. Experience with Cathay was fantastic, so i hope SQ can provide the same level of service too. I visited HK in March for their Standard Chartered 21km.

Anyone else? I'm going from 18-27 Dec (10 days). Besides spending some time at Macau this time, i'm going to try as much food recommended from here! Going to Lamma Island and selected areas in New Territories too...
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Old 06-10-2007, 01:56 PM   #2462
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its $3 SGD for a bottle of drinking water. i know becoz i took a photo of the menu to remind myself never to take jetstar again.
Thanks for the info. journey only 4 hours, any reason for not taking jetstar I thought can save on ticket fee.
can share photo
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Old 06-10-2007, 02:01 PM   #2463
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Me!

Going for the 2nd time. Flying SQ. Experience with Cathay was fantastic, so i hope SQ can provide the same level of service too. I visited HK in March for their Standard Chartered 21km.

Anyone else? I'm going from 18-27 Dec (10 days). Besides spending some time at Macau this time, i'm going to try as much food recommended from here! Going to Lamma Island and selected areas in New Territories too...
10days. so many thing to see meh. i only spend 5 days from 17 to 21dec.
Hope the cable car will resume its service.
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Old 06-10-2007, 02:21 PM   #2464
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you can buy after going through the customs point right...
Yes, you can do so in HK Airport to buy the drink and board the plane.

In SIngapore airport you can only buy the drink after you had checked custom on consume in the airport. When you go to the waiting area you will be check another round of security check. So Please kindly consume any drinks before you board the plane.

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Old 06-10-2007, 02:24 PM   #2465
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wow soo many cool shopcte in HK
makes me wanna go man
those who go HK got pic to share u went there sure take pictures right?
pls share and upload
The Photos are here taken last 2 weeks ago..

Starbuck Mooncake

I dun think you can find in SIngapore Starbucks
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Old 06-10-2007, 02:37 PM   #2466
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Sept HK Photos

Tourist Map of Mongkok

Fortess = Our version of Best Denki or Courts

A Small back aley of Hong Kong in Mongkok area.
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One of the exit of Mongkok MTR

A well known art pieace in Lamham Place

Free Wi-Fi in the Telephone booth anyone?

Mongkok Fruit Seller
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Old 06-10-2007, 02:46 PM   #2468
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Mongkok Veg Man

A range of Autumn Fruits in HK

Mongkok Street Markets Building

Beef Vender at MOngkok Street Market ( IS very very rare to see Street Merkets in Mongkok now of days.
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Mongkok Markets - Galic vender

mongkok Market - Salted Fish

Mongkok Market - Veg Vendor

Mongkok Market - Melon Vendor
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Tsuen Wan Hill View

Condom Ad

Look like To Payoh rite?

Is actually in HK a place call - PO LAM

Po Lam - K Mart
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Mongkok Market - Duck Vendor

Mongkok Market - Tissue

Nice erh?

Busy Street of mongkok markets
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Common Sign you saw in HK

Time to go home!!

Beijing 2008 here i come

Mr Starbuck can i take home all the starbuck mooncake?
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I bought this Version of Wife Biscuit on my way back
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Old 06-10-2007, 03:14 PM   #2474
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Ha ha ha, can save $ mah .... little amount can add up to huge amount
That's what I mean in an earlier post - that the average mainlander who shops in HK is richer than the average Singaporean who goes there.

They really spend big in the restaurants and shopping centers.
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There's just too many pages to read in this thread. I'm still at page 27 since I started at 10am this morning.

qqspot, I've decided to drop Zhu Hai liao. Based on my 12th-17th schedule, I'll just do Macau and Hong Kong, 2 nights and 3 nights respectively or maybe 1 night and 4 nights, depending on where I'm going to visit. Now gota plan itinerary.

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