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    Quote Originally Posted by closedcasket
    I'm guessing he means areas that have a larger proportion of expats....resulting in more western restaurants and western shops. The classic examples being Sai Kung or Disco bay

    A place like Sheung Shui for instance has very few western restaurants and shops (save McDonalds, KFC etc). Of course expats live in Sheung Shui, but if you want to shop at a taste or city super....you are almost 30 minutes away.
    yes, not many westernised restaurants, but there are some, tin shui wai is even worse

    supermarket wise, fanling's park n'shop has very similar range ( ie, western branded food) to international in shueng wan and is also twice as large, though sheung wan has some items not avalible in fanling

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    Quote Originally Posted by imparanoic
    yes, not many westernised restaurants, but there are some, tin shui wai is even worse

    supermarket wise, fanling's park n'shop has very similar range ( ie, western branded food) to international in shueng wan and is also twice as large, though sheung wan has some items not avalible in fanling
    True. And Hong lok yuen has a park n shop intl. hong lok yuen is one of the lesser know expat ghettos... For those expats who miss the suburbs

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