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Very old theatre with Canto Opera performances that the older generation like.
Theatre was threatened with destruction but an outcry from the public saved it.
A throw back to the Hong Kong that we don't know.
Scenery and views. Food onboard is another plus point though taste are so so.
Buffet variety not a lot. There are Chinese nationals using their own chopsticks and pick up food from the buffet table dishes. Those who did that and the staff caught them will tell them not to do so. But u can still see others...
"Who needs Maeklong Railway Market? we have Chun Yeung Street Market!!"
reviewed 1 week ago by Michael L
Every time I watch travel documentry telling how amazing Maeklong Railway Market, I thought, there is one in Hong kong but no body notice! It is an average wet market that sell day-to-day product to the local people, but has a trams that cuts throught the narrow street in the middle regulaly. It is equally thrilling went the tram passing...
This restaurant is just so much fun! We have enjoyed a few dishes from the Cantonese cuisine and had a lot of laugh with the owner Robby. I particularly recommend black ink squid noodles, which will make your face and teeth black, precipitating even more laughter. The prices are relatively high in my opinion but the experience is worth it.
Excellent dim sum selection that you order by ticking a little list. Take the list with bill to the counter at door to pay when finished.
Service is not friendly but we found the same in a lot of places here and was no different to other places really.
We were quite confused about the set up on arrival but...
The selection here is awesome. We had the black sesame and almond paste, the green bean soup and red bean soup (with added rice balls). The friendly service is a plus.
Please prepare to share tables as seating is limited.
We visited the Korean BBQ when staying at the Harbour Grand in Kong Hong. The restaurant is hidden away so you do need to hunt to find it but it’s well worth a visit.
Works the same way to any other buffet restaurant except you BBQ your own good at the table.
All you can eat in 2 hours for...
"Hard to find with no signage - but beautifully appointed though small"
reviewed yesterday by BlairD21
Minimilist is true, but they really could do with external signage for the place !
Staff / service very helpful with assistance for routes and busboy helpful with luggage to shuttle bus.
Internal light levels were all on micro spot lites and very dim ( which was trendy) but made it difficult for reading in poor light
A1 bathrobes and...
A bit puzzling at start, as the hotel lobby sits at the 3rd floor.
Though not huge, my room had a very pleasant layout, fast wifi, great mattress.
Coffe and tea are available all day long at lobby. Friendly staff. Lots of options to eat around. A buzzling area with Electric Road nearby.
Many hotels in Hong Kong and most are overpriced
The empire is the best value for money
Decent sized room good breakfast and very clean
Great staff particularly front desk and room was kept very clean
Would recommend it for solo and family’s
Great room with an excellent view of the harbour. Staff friendly and helpful. Breakfast in the club lounge could be improved and the bathroom needs some hooks to hang the towels ect but overall a great hotel , not to forget the pool overlooking the harbour 🤗🤗🤗
We stayed here for 2 weeks. Very close to the North Point MTR station. Rooms are small so I would recommend an upgrade from the standard rooms. I would also recommend taking a harbour view room. We were on floor 31 (top) and benefitted. Breakfast rotated through three menus and was good.