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- I had great experience, the staff all are friendly and willing to help for any inconvenience. Also they explained everything about the procedure for COVID test here in Hong Kong.
I found out they can speak many languages, like Spanish with is my mother language.
I recommend for any traveller coming to HK first visit here to get Al info about HK.Written 4 November 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- The Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC) has been rather quiet over the past couple years due to massive travel restrictions into Hong Kong and a greatly reduced conference and fair schedule. However, an important new development that will have tremendous impact on future visitors is the recent opening of the Convention Centre MTR Station just outside HKCEC. What this means is that those visiting from around the city have significantly better transportation option, especially from Kowloon, N.T. and Shenzhen compared to the past.
Those attending multiple-day events can now stay in hotels on the Kowloon side and conveniently take the East Rail Line (now extended from Hung Hom to Admiralty) and exit at the new MTR Station and there you are. This means no more need to make multiple changes and walk over from the Wanchai MTR Station. We recently did this taking the East Rail to the Convention Centre MTR to attend Art Central 2022. Our transportation was less than half of what it used to be.Written 30 May 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Quite difficult to reach unless you have a car, but definitely worth the views! Been to Hong Kong many times and I would say I've never seen the bridges like that before. Try to go on a nice sunny day, or during sunset!Written 29 March 2018This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- I stayed at the SkyCity Marriott, which was a convenient 5 minute walk to the arena. The arena has several concession stands outside the venue. Inside, concessions are located at the back of the arena (downstairs), which are a bit more difficult to access during the concert.
Overall, this is a great venue for a concert. I had a lower, side-angle seat, fairly close to the stage - a perfect spot to see Axl and Slash up close!Written 26 December 2018
- During COVID19 pretty much air travels are down to 5 % and consequently the Premium First lounge here only had a few customers.
Only ordered from a small menu, it fills the need to fill the stomach and recharge cellphone and whatnot.
Comfortable couches with charging outlets and USB ports.Written 30 May 2020
- The feeling in the lounge is claustrophobic as it's dark and small crowded and noisy. Food is ok, good selection medium quality. Showers are mouldy. At some point (after shower) there was literally no sit available. Reception kept accepting more people in. After complaining manager said he won't refund cause I've stayed over an hour already. To move to the other lounge at gate 40 I had to pay again. Overall not the worst lounge but far from the best.Written 21 November 2019
- This nice little gift shop is just steps away from the Peak Tram terminal and Madam Tussauds, and without the huge crowds! It has a fairly good selection of boutique items for sale that's environmentally friendly. The prices are reasonable and they accept credit cards (visa/MC); it's a great place to do some quick shopping in an quiet place while you're on your way to Hong Kong Park or the Peak - and you can shop for a good cause!Written 30 March 2015
- My husband and I spent two days with Canny and she was an incredible guide. She is a long time resident of Hong Kong and experienced tour guide and she knows deeper stories and has better insights than any guide we have ever had. She was flexible about customizing things that we wanted to see that are not on the "usual" list (for example: the 10,000 Buddha Monastery) and when we said we wanted to experience Hong Kong like a local, she truly understood what we meant. We walked, took the train, rode the tram, experienced a ferry ride, and saw everything we wanted to see in Hong Kong. She also showed us where to find some other things we wanted to do on our own. We can't say enough good things about the whole experience with Canny and also with our booking with Chris. Highly, highly recommend Chris Rowthorn Tours Hong Kong and our tour guide Canny.Written 4 March 2019
- I had a long layover due to a flight change and the Shekou Ferry terminal so this was a good break. The lounge offers made to order meals, a decent selection of snacks, a choose your own coffee machine, a soda fountain and everything was unlimited. They have a bar which can make highballs, has Carlsberg on tap and a small selection of wine and canned beer. They had a pancake vending machine that cooked the pancakes in front of you. It was a fun concept but the pancakes weren't that good. I ordered a lot of food as they were small plates and my favourite was the Hong Kong noodle with fish balls. A close second for the food items was the scrambled eggs with chicken sausage. I noticed the grilled vegetable sandwich was quite popular too but I did not try it.
The lounge has lots of seating options to choose from including chairs, couches and benches. There are tables and plug ins throughout.
If you book the lounge the shower is also included and that was welcome after a long day of travel from Guangzhou. I stayed for 5 hours at this plaza premium due to my long layover and it was an appreciated visit. The shower rooms were very clean and the towels were nice and soft. The water for the shower is hot and has good pressure. There are quite a few toiletries included like a toothbrush, vanity kit, comb, shampoo, body wash and lotion. I felt the mirror was too far away and the sink's motion sensor faucet was finicky so it made for a tricky shave.
As of June 2022 there is only a couple of restaurants open in the whole airport and it was the only place with food that I could find around the gate 60 area. Please note that when I visited I could not go back to other parts of the airport and had to wait in the gate area. The airport application shows that there are more amenities opening soon but it does not give a specific date. This lounge does not offer private lounge rooms but it was quiet enough, felt safe and I felt rested after.
Some airlines will offer a voucher for plaza premium for a complimentary 3 hour stay. I did not know this when I booked my plane tickets or when I booked plaza premium but make sure you check with your airline first before buying. 3 hours would have been plenty of time to get a few plates of food and a good shower.Written 29 June 2022
- The Sai Kung Country Park Visitor Centre is located at Pak Tam Chung, which is the southern entry point for both the Sai Kung West and Sai Kung East Country Parks. Opening hours are 9.30am to 4.30pm (Wed to Mon), the centre is closed on Tuesdays.
The Visitor Centre offers a range of educational displays that make for a good 10-15 minute visit for those who are interested in learning about common flora and fauna found within the country parks as well as some basic information about the historic inhabitants and their customs. There are displays that cover the construction of the High Island Reservoir and the popular MacLehose Trail Sections 1-3 both of which are highlights of the Sai Kung East Country Park. Another exhibit introduces the basic history and formation of the Country Parks around HK during the second half of the 20th century.
Note: There are some light hikes that begin from the Sai Kung Country Park Visitor Centre. Most notably the Pak Tam Chung Nature Trail, Sheung Yui Family Walk and the Sheung Yui Country Trail. You can also visit the historic Sheung Yui Folk Museum and the lime kiln, around 15 minutes walk from the Visitor Centre along the Pak Tam Chung Nature Trail.
You'll find a snack shop kiosk, public toilets and water refill station at the Visitor Centre. Most convenient means of public transportation to the Visitor Centre include Bus Routes 94 (Sai Kung <> Wong Shek Pier), green minibus 7 (Sai Kung <> Hoi Ha) and minibus 9 (Sai Kung <> Lady MacLehose Holiday Village). On Sundays and public holidays you can also make use of services 96R (Diamond Hill MTR <> Wong Shek Pier) and 289K (Sha Tin <> Wong Shek Pier), each of these bus services call upon Visitor Centre at Pak Tam Chung.Written 2 November 2021
- There is a Geo Heritage Centre open on weekends and public holidays (10am to 4pm) in the historic village of Lai Chi Wo. It is located as you enter the village from the south past the historic temple and monastery.
This is worth a quick visit to learn a bit about the village history as well as the area ecology and rare geological features which can be seen as part of a Nature Trail that runs south of Lai Chi Wo. All of which can be found on a nifty brochure found at the Centre or online if you prefer to print and have sometime prior to setting off on your visit.
During our recent visit, we enjoyed seeing the restored building with heritage room displays of daily life and agriculture equipment related to rice harvesting around Lai Chi Wo. It was a good way to acquire a short, abbreviated history of the village and to learn about rural sustainability endeavours that had been introduced to help revitalise what remains of Lai Chi Wo.
Overall, the Geo Heritage Centre is a nice endeavour worth the time and effort to include a brief stop for those visiting Lai Chi Wo on weekends and public holidays.Written 14 December 2020
- You will encounter the Sai Wan Village Tourist Information Centre along the trail leading into the village from the direction of the Sai Wan Pavilion (Tai long Wan Hiking Trail) or from Long Ke Wan beach (MacLehose Trail Stage 2). It is open from 10.30am to 4pm (Saturdays, Sundays & Public Holidays).
Here you can learn about the extensive conservation efforts that are taking place in the area including the revitalisation of area farmlands, local houses and church that were abandoned or left in disrepair during the 20th century as depopulation hit the village, as has been the case with so many small villages scattered around the Sai Kung, New Territories and within many of HK's country parks. Here they are slowly but surely trying to bring the area back to life, spurred on by the flux of hikers and campers who flock to the area on weekends to enjoy some or Hong Kong's wildest and most beautiful rural landscape and beaches.
The centre and restoration efforts seem to be the result of volunteerism work under the Sai Wan Rehabilitation effort which you can also learn about on the website provided with this listing.Written 7 November 2021
- The Tai Mo Shan Country Park Visitor Centre is located along Tai Mo Shan Road near the western boundary of the country park. It is normally open from 9.30am to 4.30pm daily (closed on Tuesdays) and is similar to Visitor Centres you may have been to in other country parks around Hong Kong.
There are public toilets, an outdoor kiosk selling refreshment drinks and snacks. Inside, you will find maps of the Tai Mo Shan Country Park and staff to answer questions you might have. There is an exhibition area with information about the geography and animal like around Tai Mo Shan as well as meteorology, climate change and the effects on various habitats including our local mountains and forests as well as the polar caps.
Note: Unfortunately the Visitor Centre is presently closed per government restrictions related to the 5th wave of the Covid-19 pandemic. This is the case with all country park Visitor Centres. However, the outdoor kiosk remains open so you can still pass by here for drinks and snacks while existing/entering the country park to/from Route Twisk.Written 15 March 2022
- The Ap Chau Story Room was opened to the public in April 2018 and serves as an information centre for those visiting the island. Here you can learn about the relatively short history of habitation on Ap Chau and a bit on the culture of those who settled here. There is additional information related to the rare and unique geology, red breccia which makes up much of the island.
The Story Room is found in the old school building just above the village basketball court. It is only open on Sundays and Public Holidays (10-4pm) daily and can sufficiently been seen in 10-15 minutes.
Note: Unfortunately due to the pandemic, you might find the Ap Chau Story Room closed at this time. This is also the case of other geosite information centres within the UNESCO Global Geopark.Written 31 January 2021
- One of the interesting places to visit on Kat O (Crooked Island) is the Kat O Story Room situated at the side entrance of the historic Tin Hau Temple along the Kat O Main Street. The Kat O Story Room first opened to the public in October 2019 and is normally open from 10am to 3.30pm on Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays when passenger ferries call on the island from the Ma Liu Shui ferry pier at Science Park.
What you find here is a collection of historic pictures, cultural relics, oral accounts and panel displays revealing interesting information about the island's rich history, unique heritage and culture. All is nicely presented and can be comfortably viewed in 15-20 minutes before continuing on with other intended sightseeing around the island of Kat O.
Note: Due to the pandemic the Kat O Story Room is not presently open. This is what you will find with other Geosite centres and Story Room's elsewhere in the UNESCO Global Geopark.Written 30 January 2021
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