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Monday, March 8, 2010

Saturday, March 6, 2010

Ocean Park How to get there?

Ocean Park is the theme park that most attraction and popular among the visitors from all over the place. Travellers who come to visit Hong Kong shouldn't miss the place. Inside meet a huge Mascot , The Ocean Express, Sky Fair, Cable Car, Ocean Park Tower, Pacific Pier,Shark Aquarium, Atoll Reef, Dolphin University and so much more.

It is a place that you could check out and discover the Asia's rarest and most extinct animal like
Giant Chinese Salamander, Chinese Alligator, Red Panda and Gian Panda in their "Giant Village".

Moreover, other attractions for all the family members could experience a SkyFair Balloon , sea jelly, more of whales and dolphins. In addition, it has successfully bred rare species of birds, sharks and butterflies.

Opening Hour: 9.30 am to 6.30 pm

Visitors can purchase general admission tickets for the theme park from:
- Ocean Park Main and Tai Shue Wan Entrances
- Citybus No. 629 Terminal near MTR Admiralty Station Exit B
How To Get There

Ocean Park Hong Kong
Bus 629 from MTR Admiralty Station Exit B.

Tuesday, March 2, 2010

From the list of a 1000 places to see before you die.
Hong Kong is one of the place on the list.

Interested places such as
Victoria Peak
Victoria Harbour
Hotel Intercontinental
Tea at the Peninsula

Hotel Intercontinental Perched at the tip of kowloon Peninsula and actually built out over habour's edge, the Intercontinental isn't just the city's haute hotel, it's the social vortex, the ultimate see-and-be-seen scene. The heart-stopping views from its 40-foot windows make this one of the most visually stunning hotel lobbies in the world. The Intercontinental shares this 180-degree uninterrupted view of Hong Kong's skyline and unceasing water traffic with its newly refurbished Lobby Lounge, and Yu, the hotel's unique seafood restaurant and oyster bar, where your dinner is still swimming in floor-to ceiling water tanks as you enter. The Intercontinental' s famed Chinese Asia's -and the world's-finest. Traditional Cantonese cuisine is served on exquisite table settings of hand-carved jade and ivory. Guest rooms share the same recurring view, one of the most exiting in the world at any time of day, and the deluxe terrace suites have their own outdoor Jacuzzis. Hong Kong boasts some of the world's most opulent, service-minded hotels, and the Intercontinental is one of the best places to be coddled and pampered, to revel in white-glove service and treat your plate and eye to meals with views you didn't think existed, hoping your business expense account is picking it all up.

Tea at the Peninsula It its late afternoon in Hong Kong, what better way to absorb the city's colonial past than beneath the gilded, coffered ceiling of the Peninsula's exquisite Lobby? A virtual shrine to past empires, it has been the venue of choice for a sedate afternoon tea for lucky hotel guests, and those who wish they were, since its doors opened in 1928 Everyone is here: intercontinental businessmen frazzled shoppers,impeccably groomed tai tais from Hong Kong's old-moneyed families, the wide-eyed and curious. Cognoscenti know to order the traditional Peninsula tea of trimmed finger sandwiches, delicate french pastries, and scones clotted cream, which arrive on three-tiered silver servers carried by waiters i starched uniform. The graciousness and grandeur are palpable,keeping the blunt and impatient city at bay. This is a cool oasis of civilization. in both the neoclassical landmark building or it new thirty-story state-of -the-art tower topped with the theatrical Phillppe starck-designed restaurant Felix, as cutting-edge and high energy as the lobby is dignified and resplendent. In between, classically appointed rooms-with-a-view are some of the most inviting accommodations anywhere.

Victoria Harbour and Victoria Peak at any given hour, it looks like a round of bumper boats in the crowded waters of Victoria Harbour as the Star Ferry threads its way through a melee of tugs,garges,commuter boats, and the occasional junk,sampan, and gleaming cruise ship. The busy deepwater harbor, China's most important, is the soul and centerpiece of this dynamic port city and the place of which it was named: In Old Chinese, Hong Kong mean "Fragrant harbor." Since 1898 the two-tiered green-and-white ferries have been transproting visitors and commuters from Kowloon to Hong Kong Island and back. It is one of the wrold's most unforgettable ten minute ferry rides, not only for the drama of the round-the-clock aquatic rush hour, but to view Hong Kong's granite forest of skycraping banks and trading companies that stand as expressionless monoliths by day , illuminated towers of energy by night. Go first class-the upper deck guarantees a better perspective. Then again, second class promises better people-watching. Even better views are to be had via the world's steepest funicular railway. which has been making the climb to the 1,805 foot Victoria Peak and its relative peace and quiet since 1888.Up top you can marvel at the world's busiest harbor, some of the 235 outer the weather is clear, the distant coast of the mailand China. Landscaped gardens and paved paths such as Governor's Walk provide solitude and greenery. Each time of day has its own magic, but dusk may be the most special as an orgy of neon begins to grip the city, the Manhattan of Asia. Dining is available , but it's really all about the view.

Google top10 destinations Hong Kong(As of 3rd of March 2010) at Ranking 4th

4.Hong Kong
6.South Korea
8.United Arab Emirates
9.New Zealand

My top 10 places I always love to visit are

1 Ocean Park

2. Victoria Peak, Peak Tram , Madame Tussauds

3.Nong Ping 360 degrees,Giant Buddha

4.Wong Tai Sin Temple

5.Avenue of the Stars

6.Ladies Market

7.Temple Street Market

8.Catch the Bus No.15C

9.Lan kwai fong

10.Tin Hau Statue, Tin Hau Goddess

Please be kindly, follow me on my new post for the Upcoming Event in Hong Kong and See how to get there to the top destinations.

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