Discussion in 'Traveling Abroad' started by setshiro, Oct 12, 2013.
Soooo....I'm looking for ideas of good clubs to go in Shanghai/HK mostly. Any suggestions?
In HK, most of the clubs that people go to are in Lang Kwai Fong. So I would head there if you wanted to go clubbing.
Edit: Just noted that this post was from a while back so probably you have already been on your trip, but I guess for anyone else reading or wanting information, that would be the advice I would give.
i'll jump on this post too and any advice/suggestion on what to do and where to go in hk will be appreciated!
Do all the touristy stuff
- TST (Tsim Sha Tsui) for the avenue of stars, bruce lee statue although the TST light show is overrated, the sky100 display was bit better tbh.
-Shopping in Lady Street,temple street ~ Mong kok area and you can check out Stanley market as well,
- Jade Markets
- Ride the trams (ding ding) and starferry
-Go and see the Big Buddha and you gotta check out the Peak/sky100 as well for the views ~ best to plan that on the day due to weather and stuff.
-Lan Kwai Fong if you into the drinking scene
-Temples, Wong Tai Sin and Che Kung temple** ~ there's plenty around but u can google them up.
-Wishing trees in Tai Po
**if u are into Bruce Lee then u can plan the visit to Che Kung temple and Bruce Lee Musuem on the same day cos its in the same area. (Wednesdays are free LOL)
- hiking/picnic at Dragons Back
- BBQ or seafood at Sai Kung
- Ocean park/Disneyland ~ pricewise disneyland is like 100hkd more expensive than ocean park. Disneyland is small but you can still have a good time though. I know I did at both places lol.
If you got relatives or friends that are local in HK, ask them to take you around ~ but everything is pretty much quite simple and relatively easy to find and travel to.
- food wise you will not starve there's like plenty of food places around from stalls to cafes to restaurants etc, majority is cheap and cheerful and filling.
- travelwise - the train system MTR is simple, big double decker buses are ok ~ its the smaller 16 seater buses you gotta be bit more careful of in terms of checking the destination of the bus etc but its like super fast ~ compared to back home speed limit is like 30mph, over there its like 70/80 minimum lol.
There is more stuff to do and I'm sure you will probably research it as well ~ depends on how long you going for as well.
I would suggest you going over to Macau as well ~ and if you got time to, you can go to the islands as well.
Hope this was helpful, have a fun and safe trip!
p.s remember to haggle the prices when you shopping in the markets!!!
Any suggrstion for Basketball locsl communities,.parks, gym in Kowloon, HK, or China?