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Beware of this Chinese Herb/Medicine shop in HK | Hong Kong | Oct 18, 2010 22:30
Dear LTHS_22,

As a Hong Kong-er I am really sorry for the mishap which you have encountered.

I wish to offer some advice to those who are coming to HK :

Based on what you said, that is unfair trade practice, this is against the Law in HK. If similar incident comes up again, insist you are not going to pay and call the Police for assistance, a lot of them are on foot-patrol on the streets. The HK Customs & Excise Department is the law enforcement agency responsible for enfocement of trade descriptions and related trade practices. The department operates a 24-hour complaint hotline : (852) 2545 6182, call this number right way.


Itinerary to HK | Hong Kong | Oct 18, 2010 22:17
Dear Christine,

Reserve one day each for Disneyland and Ocean Park, these two places are ideal for your kids, how fortunate they are!!

In the evening after the Ocean Park trip (probably you will take the route 629 bus back to Queensway), go to the Peak, take a taxi and ask the driver to take you to the Peak Tram Garden Road Terminal, the taxi fare should be around 20 - 30 HKD. Then take the Peak Tram for the Peak, there you can have a marvelous view of the famous Victoria Harbour night scene. There are many Chinese and Western restaurants at the Peak, and also Burger King and MacDonalds, no need to worry for the kids.

If you like a little bit of leisure-walking, reserve half day for Cheung Chau, go there in the morning and have lunch there. There you can have a one to two-hour walk, no cars but bikes, have a look of the countryside scenery, and enjoy Chinese-style seafood. Go to Outlying Ferry Pier No. 5 at Central District for the ferry to Cheung Chau. On return to HK Island in the afternoon take the Star Ferry to Tsim Sha Tsui, the pier is right next to Pier No. 5. Have a little bit of shopping at Tsim Sha Tsui and make sure you are at the promenade before 8 pm to catch the Symphony of HK (exact name not sure, something like that) fireworks and spotlight show. You can also see Bruce Lee at the promenade.

Spend half a day at Wong Tai Sin Shrine. You can have a feel of traditional Chinese custom there, there is also a very beautifful Chinese-style garden, perfect for picture taking. There are shopping arcades next to the Shrine, no need to worry for meal.

Queensway (transfer to Ocean Park), Outlying Island Pier and Wong Tai Sin can all be easily reached by the Mass Transit Railway (MTR), I think the hotel operates shuttle buses between hotel and Tsing Yi MTR station.

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