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Old 05-04-2012, 10:59 PM   #796
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I like the Disney touches in the train station and train.
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I did notice your view in the photo of the main bedroom - nice work!

I hate going back to the 'real' world after Disney :-( It's always such a let-down... I actually think it was one of the reasons I didn't enjoy San Francisco as much as everyone thought I would when we went to the US.
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I thought I adored the train station from the outside when you showed it in earlier pictures. The actual train itself is so beautiful and very Disney. Love it. Glad you discovered the cards even if you were reluctant to take the train at first. Tea is not something I like, so I cannot relate there. I do think I would have chose Maxim over McDonald's even though I do enjoy a Big Mac on ocassion. Glad you got a deal on the room and ended up with that amazing view of the beautiful city. Sorry the bed was hard. Cannot wait to read where DS slept on the nights you did not share the bed.
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Wonderful review... Loved the traversing, reminds me of our travels...

Thanks for sharing everything.


The dooney's I am surprised that they used the sketch pattern and just changed the park name... I would have thought it would have been unique, almost like the Hawaiian resort bags... Oh well they are still cute...

Thanks for the lovely pictures
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Very excited about the Disney themed train - we've already decided to do the airport-DLHH-airport using a taxi as we'll get to use the themed train everytime we want to go into HK

We have the Oyster Card system here in London which DBF and I use daily on the buses and tubes so we'll be pretty familiar with using the Octopus system - something else that settles DBF on the HK trip (he was worried about going somewhere where we don't know the language etc but I seem to have calmed his fears on this )

LOVED the view from your room - wowzers!! And I'm really happy you've got the the non-Disney part of the trip too
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I like the Disney touches in the train station and train.
I thought it was cool too.


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I did notice your view in the photo of the main bedroom - nice work!

I hate going back to the 'real' world after Disney :-( It's always such a let-down... I actually think it was one of the reasons I didn't enjoy San Francisco as much as everyone thought I would when we went to the US.
Yeah. Back to real world is not my favourite feeling after Disney.


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I thought I adored the train station from the outside when you showed it in earlier pictures. The actual train itself is so beautiful and very Disney. Love it. Glad you discovered the cards even if you were reluctant to take the train at first. Tea is not something I like, so I cannot relate there. I do think I would have chose Maxim over McDonald's even though I do enjoy a Big Mac on ocassion. Glad you got a deal on the room and ended up with that amazing view of the beautiful city. Sorry the bed was hard. Cannot wait to read where DS slept on the nights you did not share the bed.
I was only reluctant to take the train because we had all that luggage with us. Between us all, we had 4 medium/large bags and 5 carry-ons to wheel through the stations. Add the fact that we needed to change train lines twice, I just thought it might have been too much for my dad.
It was fine for DH, DS and me; and my mum did manage fine. In the end, it was okay.


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Wonderful review... Loved the traversing, reminds me of our travels...

Thanks for sharing everything.


The dooney's I am surprised that they used the sketch pattern and just changed the park name... I would have thought it would have been unique, almost like the Hawaiian resort bags... Oh well they are still cute...

Thanks for the lovely pictures
I totally agree. If D&B had a different theme and more Asian in flavour for Hong Kong, I would have snapped up the bag.


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Very excited about the Disney themed train - we've already decided to do the airport-DLHH-airport using a taxi as we'll get to use the themed train everytime we want to go into HK

We have the Oyster Card system here in London which DBF and I use daily on the buses and tubes so we'll be pretty familiar with using the Octopus system - something else that settles DBF on the HK trip (he was worried about going somewhere where we don't know the language etc but I seem to have calmed his fears on this )

LOVED the view from your room - wowzers!! And I'm really happy you've got the the non-Disney part of the trip too
Hopefully by the time I'm a little bit further along in the TR, DBF will realise that there is not much to be worried about.
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Melenie - don't worry, English is very widely used in HK. We only came across one person who didn't speak English .

PIO, I'm so glad you took the Disney train as it really is very special . We actually took it before we ever got to HKDL . We were at Tung Chung station and Sunny Bay was only one stop away. We couldn't resist taking a little detour and hopping on the Disney train and walking up to check out the fountains and gate before heading back to Kowloon .

Great view! I'm trying to figure out where your hotel was, I need to pull my map out and locate it.
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Melenie - don't worry, English is very widely used in HK. We only came across one person who didn't speak English .

PIO, I'm so glad you took the Disney train as it really is very special . We actually took it before we ever got to HKDL . We were at Tung Chung station and Sunny Bay was only one stop away. We couldn't resist taking a little detour and hopping on the Disney train and walking up to check out the fountains and gate before heading back to Kowloon .

Great view! I'm trying to figure out where your hotel was, I need to pull my map out and locate it.
If you do pull your map out, it is East of East Tsim Sha Tsui and right next to the Hong Kong Coliseum. It was a little out of the main action; but as it only took 5 - 10 minutes on the free shuttle or by MTR, it wasn't too bad.
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I totally agree. If D&B had a different theme and more Asian in flavour for Hong Kong, I would have snapped up the bag.

We took the train in Amsterdam with our luggage and it turned out to be the best way to travel. We would do it again also.

If you had got the bag, and shown pictures I would have beaten ,myself up for not asking you to get me one while you were there.....
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We took the train in Amsterdam with our luggage and it turned out to be the best way to travel. We would do it again also.

If you had got the bag, and shown pictures I would have beaten ,myself up for not asking you to get me one while you were there.....
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Adjusting to the local custom


After we’d unpacked and settled into the room, we were all a bit antsy to get out and about. I had a vague notion of heading up to Victoria Peak and seeing the lights of Hong Kong from up there. DH was keen to go as well.

A quick call to my parents settled the situation. They would be waiting for our TA friend to arrive. She was flying in on this day and was going to be bunking in with my parents. That was all the encouragement I needed.

I checked in with concierge for directions. The recommendations were:
Take the hotel shuttle bus service from right outside the front of the hotel…




…which will drop you at the back of the Peninsula Hotel, opposite the Kowloon Hotel, in Tsim Sha Tsui, 5 - 10 minutes later.

The hotel shuttle runs promptly every 20 minutes and we were to come to appreciate this service very much over the next 8 days.

From the shuttle drop off, we were directly outside of the entry into the Tsim Sha Tsui MTR station. We were to take the Red Line to Central (which was the terminal station for this line). From there, we would walk to the Victoria Tram Terminal and catch the tram up to the Peak.

If you were doing this from HKDL, you would catch the train to Sunny Bay, transfer to the Hong Kong line (Yellow), transfer again at Lai King station to the Central line (Red).

We followed the instructions to the letter. Once again, we thought that the MTR was brilliant and never waited more than 2 minutes for a service.



We checked the tourist map along the way and managed to make our way to the Lower Peak Tram Terminus. I was still being cautious about overtly advertising the fact that I was a tourist, so the camera stayed in the bag for the most part.


It was when we got to the Tram Terminus that we realised it was going to be a loooong week in Hong Kong. I had thought that the queues at Disneyland had been bad; but they were nothing compared to the queue at 4.30 pm for the Peak tram. We did see a sign for “90 minute wait from this point” and the queue was snaking past a sign!


There were HEAPS of people around.


DH and I weren’t prepared to give up on the idea of the Peak at this stage and we looked round to see if we could catch a taxi. We weren’t the only ones with that idea; but there was no taxi rank to be seen. It seemed to be a free-for-all system with a bit of push and shove when a taxi did stop.

And it seemed to be a local custom!




Isn’t it amazing what the mind remembers? As a child growing up in Asia, I had certainly seen the knack of how to push and shove and get ahead of someone else…in these cases, possession is the law and it is rather difficult to kick someone out of a taxi when they are already firmly parked in it.

I will say that I did try to be polite for about 6 taxis only to find other people jumping into the taxi before me; but in the end, I STOLE a taxi away from another family. In my defence…the taxi stopped because I flagged it down and that other family had only just appeared on that spot right where the taxi stopped. As the mother was trying to ask if the taxi would take them to the peak, I got in and sat in the back.

DH and DS followed my lead without any instructions. It’s amazing what 10 minutes of experience can teach them!


Sure doesn’t take long to adjust to local custom.




The taxi driver just took off as soon as the door shut. Seems like they know when not to get involved in minor possession disputes either.





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At Victoria Peak



It took us about 15 – 20 minutes to reach the Peak Gallery by taxi. The cost? HK$55; roughly $8 in our money. For comparison purposes – the cost of the taxi was less that the cost of one-way tickets for the 3 of us on the Peak Tram. The taxi let us down at the transport terminal at the bottom of the Peak Gallery building.

And just in case someone reading needs the information, I did find out later that there is a bus service (#15) that runs from Central Station up to the Peak. It follows the same scenic route as the taxi. Likewise with a Green Minibus service (#1) that runs to the Peak. The bus and the minibus will drop you off at the transport terminal at the bottom of the Peak Gallery building.

The Peak Gallery is a small’ish mall with a collection of shops like a supermarket, a 7-11, Delifrance, a myriad of souvenir shops and eateries. We followed some signs that indicated that we could head outside.


I snaffled these from DH. He got the view looking towards the Peak...





...And the walkway down to the concourse area.






My own sights was still firmly set towards Lantau Island.






There was a genuine imitation tram in the concourse area and it housed the tourist information office.





Orientation time. This is the Peak Gallery building that we’d just come out of.





The replica tram sits to the Peak side.









This building is the Peak Tower, where the Sky Terrace 428 is. There are also a heap of restaurants and shops in the Tower as well.





And on the Central side of the concourse, yet more restaurants.







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That view reminds me of the MK views I've seen at BLT, big parking lot...castle off in the distance! However, when you only look up the skyline is spectacular!

I love the little kitchen, that was sweet, but NO BATHTUB! I don't know what I would do without my tub on holidays!

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Pesky Vegetarian!



DH and I knew we wanted to head up to the top of the Tower after dark and there was still plenty of light. So, we figured it was a good time to have dinner.

I’d checked out a place that I wanted to eat at. Mak’s Noodle shop had been rated by a number of institutions and that Bourdain fellow as one of the best noodles shops in Hong Kong. Their main premise was in Central; but there was a branch right here at the Peak.

Finding the shop wasn’t hard. It was located in that building towards Central and I think you can make out the sign just behind the Haagan Daas neon (check it out).





We eagerly sat down at a table, got served our tea and I took a picture of the menu…





With prices around the HK$48 mark, a bowl of noodles here was going to cost us about $7 in our money.

It was at this point that this plan went all pear shaped. I asked about vegetarian or seafood options as DH is what I call a pesky-vegetarian. He eats seafood (pesce) with his grass grazing habit (vegetarian) and I always check out of habit.



The waiter looked at me and said no. He.said.no.




We were practically chased out of the shop and told to head 2 doors down. Its been over a month and I think I’ve almost nearly forgiven DH now. And if anyone who’s reading this heads up to the Peak and eats at Mak’s Noodles, I’ll want food porn!

The restaurant 2 doors down is Tsui Wah. It’s the restaurant that’s in the corner of that building. We checked out the menu and determined that there were seafood vegetarian options available for DH.


We were shown to a table and I snaffled this from DH’s set.





My view of the restaurant. The restaurant décor was casual in style and this was to mark the first in a few Hong Kong ‘street food’ cafes that we would eat in. In local parlance, this style of restaurant is known as cha chaang teng, which loosely translates to tea café. Eating in a cha chaang teng will guarantee you food that is cheap and ‘nothing fancy’. But be warned – some of the food can be overly greasy; so be careful about what you order.





We placed our order and we all went with a soup noodles dish. In less than 5 minutes, our food appeared.

I went with the calamari balls and noodles.





DS went with the fish balls and noodles.





DH chose a tofu stuffed with fish and noodles.









The fish balls, calamari balls and that stuffed tofu were absolutely wonderful. We all had flat rice noodles in the light flavoursome broth. The combination was delightfully fresh and delicious!


The bill? It came to about HK$140; which is about $19 in our money. We paid cash.



I would definitely recommend any of the 3 dishes we had at Tsui Wah but the pick of the lot by a very slight edge was the fish ball noodles (or yee dan fun).





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Sky Terrace 428



By the time we finished dinner, the day had turned to night. It was definitely time for us to turn our attention to this building.





The current Peak Tower is the second tower building constructed on the Victoria Gap site. The building is NOT located at the top of the Peak; but rather some distance below the top of the Peak itself. The top of the building is shaped like a wok and the open viewing platform at the top is where everyone seems to head to when they go to the Peak for the first time. The building is also home to a number of eateries, including a Bubba Gumps, as well as a Madame Tussauds.





The Peak Tower building is also where the Peak tram terminates at the top of the Peak.

We headed into the building, where I was still being reminded of where we had come from earlier in the day.





We headed to the Sky Terrace 428 desk and we bought our tickets.





The Sky Terrace 428 is so named because the terrace stands at 428 metres above sea level. The most economical way of experiencing the Sky Terrace seems to be a bundle ticket of the terrace entry and the tram. The return Sky Tram Pass runs at HK$65 per adult (about $9 in our money). A single entry adult ticket into the Sky Terrace is HK$30 (about $5 in our money). As we had gotten to the peak by taxi, we just purchased the single entry tix.

We headed up the escalators to the top….





…where we were to go check out the night lights of Hong Kong city.





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