Archive for the 'Hong Kong' Category

We went to Hong Kong on Friday, it’s weekdays that had less visitors and ferry passengers. So we went through immigration and custom clearance very fast with almost no queue. After passing the ticket checking booth, it’s a short distance walk to the ferry pier to board the catamarans. The catamaran of New World First […]

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Hong Kong is separated by 65km of sea water from Macau, and currently there are currently 2 companies that operates high-speed jetfoil ferry and catamaran transport service between Hong Kong and Macau. The travel times between Hong Kong and Macau normally takes around 1 hour. Turbojet operates three types of vessels from the ferry terminal […]

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We boarded AirAsia flight AK50 scheduled at 10.30 pm to Macau. The flight was delayed for about 20 minutes, much shorter than I thought. It seems to me that AirAsia’s flights have became much punctual nowadays, as some of the passengers who took the AirAsia’s flights regularly told me. When I travelled to Sabah, Malaysia […]

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Travel Itinerary Plan?

Travel itinerary in Hong Kong and Macau? What’s the places that you plan to travel? That’s among the first questions that pointed to me when I met up with my family to catch the AirAsia’s flight to Macao. But I don’t have any plan to visit what places or fixed itinerary in mind, although I […]

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I paid a visit to Hong Kong Tourism Board Office in Suntec City Singapore, before went back to office. I didn’t notice there is Hong Kong Tourism Office here in Singapore until been told by Soo Yee. The office is very quite, with no visitors. However, it has a lot of brochures and leaflets about […]

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After searching around the web and forums such as Virtual Tourist, I finally made the reservation of the hotel, or rather hostel that we’re going to stay in Hong Kong. It’s EastSpider Hostel, which I booked from HostelWorld. It’s a hard decision to select the hotel to stay, as I am travelling with my parents. […]

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Bought Lonely Planet Hong Kong & Macao Travel Guide at MPH for SGD $35.70, due to hand itchy. Expensive, but cheaper if compare with Lonely Planet guide books on other more exotic destination. I personally prefer Lonely Planet as I feel that it’s more straight to the point and simple. For in-depth reading and detail […]

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Hotels in Hong Kong

Been busy with works lately, I just had some time to browse and search for hotel to stay in Hong Kong. Singapore-based forum Hardwarezone has a few long and detailed threads about tips and information of visiting Hong Kong. In those thread, forumers recommend lots of hotels to choose from. Free and Easy package to […]

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Hong Kong Visit

It seems like a bit long to spend 4 days in Macau, especially when my family and I are not gamblers, at least for my parents and me. So the casino is a time waster and money waster for us. And I heard Wai Ling said that a lot of Malaysians going to Hong Kong […]

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