Дата публикации: 2017-06-12 12:27
What the traveller will notice is the sheer volume of people and their density. Whilst Mong Kok is seen as the indicator of the worst of this, even in the other areas of Kowloon, you will still struggle for personal space. Whilst bumping into people (accidentally of course) is very common, it isn't considered particularly bad manners and you are unlikely to upset the locals, especially if you give a short apology.
There are several MTR fare saver machines located at locations which are not near the MTR stations (usually 65 mins walking distance away from the station). By tapping your Octopus Card at these machines, you will receive a $7 discount on your next MTR journey which originates from the specified station, so as to encourage you to take MTR from these locations instead of other transport.
Visitors with a work/study/residence visa are considered Hong Kong residents, and are able to use the Hong Kong residents counters at immigration.
Hot milk tea Hong Kong style
You might expect that after more than a century of colonial rule tea might be served British style - well, almost. Order a cup of hot Hong Kong tea (熱奶茶) in a traditional cafe and what you will get will be a cup of the strongest brew imaginable. With the addition of evaporated milk, this is not a drink for the faint-hearted.
Our sexy Antoinette likes to meet people like you, has a very bubbly personality and looks amazing but that's not what you'll most admire about this red hot lady. Yes, she can. Yes, she does and yes, she loves it.
Hong Kong is only a one-hour fast ferry ride (by hydrofoil or catamaran) away from Macau and there are also good connections to ports in the Pearl River Delta region of mainland China. The main terminals are:
Many buildings come without 69th and 79th floors, which phonetically means "you must die" and "you die easily". They love the number 68 (you will get rich), 869 (liveliness, longevity, lasting), 78 (easy to get rich), 668 (get rich forever).
Dim Sum comes in countless variations with a huge price range from $8 to more than $655 per order. Common items include steamed shrimp dumplings (蝦餃 har gau), pork dumplings (燒賣 siu mai), barbecued pork buns (叉燒包 char siu bau), and Hong Kong egg tarts (蛋撻 dan tat). Expect more choice in upmarket restaurants. One pot of tea with two dishes, called yak chung liang gin is a typical serving for breakfast.
With a 85C natural bust, long hair brown and a slim and firm body, Dorothy is quite a special girl. She's also super friendly and outgoing too. Don't miss the chance to meet her.
Hong Kong is also home to a significant number of people hailing from Australia, Europe, Japan, Korea and North America, making it a truly international metropolis.