Staying in HK for the month of June

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    Thanks movingin07. I was just responding to fatpoon in the only English I know. I didn't mean to offend. But when my post was considered "hilarious" I felt I needed to clarify my misunderstanding. No big deal.

    Last edited by djmblue; 19-01-2010 at 09:43 AM.

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    KMB (a bus company) route 87K goes from Ma On Shan to MTR university station.
    http://www.kmb.hk/en/

    Quote Originally Posted by djmblue
    Thanks fatpoon, but I would need something with access to good public transportation, I don't drive, even here in the US.
    Last edited by pizzalover; 19-01-2010 at 10:29 AM.

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    Thanks pizzalover, that is a tremendous help.


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    We are staying at the Regal Riverside Hotel in ShaTin for 26 days. The package deal cost us $1270 USD (for the 26 days/nites) - booked thru Expedia. No complaint at all against this hotel. It is conveniently located with all sorta businesses (mama, papa style) 1/2 block away. A couple of restaurants open from 6 am. to 4 a.m. (yes, it is closed for 2 hrs for cleanup everynite) and others also close very late. Food is good (if you are Chinese, you'll really appreciate the home style cooking) and the prices are 1/2 of that in TST or Wan Chai. The hotel is facing the ShaTin river and on both sides of the banks, there are walkways and bike lanes for your daily exercise. This place is very relaxing and yet it is fully self-sufficient.
    When we come back to HK in the future, this will always be the hotel of our choice.

    Couple of bus routes in front of the hotel will take you directly to TST or Central......an 1/2 hr. ride. 10 minute bus ride to the other direction will take you to two reservoirs where you'll find many wild monkeys, other wild animals and plenty of hiking trails and wilderness -if you're into the outdoors.


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    Thanks Renotommy, that is quite a recommendation, I will look into it.


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