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    Well I was trying to defend Hung Hom but this was the best I could come up with


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    Quote Originally Posted by bdw
    Well I was trying to defend Hung Hom but this was the best I could come up with
    What, bring everything else down to HH level?

    Sent from somewhere....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mat
    PLenty of Japanese in the area which makes it also interesting (Jusco, Restos etc etc)
    Get with the Programme Mat, it's rebranded to Aeon now

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    HH is hardly the worst district in HK, but hardly the best either. It's just another average locale in HK.


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    Average on what scale?


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    wow. logged in this morning to see this. will read it all now and respond. thanks guys!!!!!

    Cheers
    Shaun


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    Hi Virago,

    I'm trying to balance, close to everything as I am new to the city with easy commute to work. The old saying of work to live rather than live to work applies here... I'm trying to be central for social activities while still being easy to get to work. I just cant see myself commuting home to the NT after dinner every night...

    But then again I have never lived in HK so that's why I posted this and I will take it all on-board.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mat
    Wow so much misleading information on here...

    I have lived in Laguna Verde (part of HH) for two years back in 2009/2010:
    - full HK harbor view
    - Very decently priced
    - great faciliites
    - a quick stroll to Whampoa where you have resto, bowling alleys, cinema, coffees...
    etc etc...
    Im looking at Bulkeley St, can you give me any feedback on that area?

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by imparanoic
    unless you like to party in lkf or knutsfords steps, in general, an active lifestyle, what is your reason of living at a place close to the action? you can get twice amount of space in sheung shui/fanling than any place in hung hom
    thanks imparanoic, that's the sort of post I was after. I will have a look at these 2 areas any suggestions for serviced apartments in the area?

    Cheers
    Shaun

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    Quote Originally Posted by imparanoic
    opposite harborfront horizon hung luen rd (under the concrete bridges) lies the government's drainage and sewer department and pumping station
    thanks for the heads up.

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