Lives in Pasig, Philippines
Since Apr. 2009
35-49 year old male
I love to travel, and I try to experience what the locals experience everyday. I love to try new things, new places, new thrills, and new experiences.
Theme Parks, Aquariums
Points of Interest & Landmarks
Points of Interest & Landmarks, Taxis & Shuttles
Points of Interest & Landmarks, Lookouts
Observation Decks & Towers
Neighbourhoods, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Shopping Malls, Points of Interest & Landmarks,
Conference & Convention Centres, Monuments & Statues
Points of Interest & Landmarks
Neighbourhoods, Piers & Boardwalks
Piers & Boardwalks, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Historic Walking Areas, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Observation Decks & Towers, Tramways, Lookouts
Historic Sites, Monuments & Statues, Points of Interest & Landmarks
A budget friendly hotel with no frills. Just your basic comfortable hotel. There is free wi-fi in room and mostly inside the hotel. Just check for seasonal rates.
This is where you can find the Western Market. It is an old Victorian Style building, filled with trinkets shops, and whatnot. The Shun Tak Centre is located here as well, this is the building where you buy tickets to and from Macau, if you prefer to do a side trip.
This one is for the kids, and kids at heart. Ocean Park is filled with things that would amaze and excite anyone. It is filled with animals, theme park rides, and stuffs.
This is where you can find the famous Bank of China and HSBC main building. Central is also a place for shopping and dining. There are a lot of interesting places to see.
This is the easy way to get to Mid-Levels. Along the way you can find restaurants, shops, trinkets stores, and so on. There are also historical places you can see along the way.
Soho is a fine place for foodies, as this is where a lot of bars and restaurants can be found. Look around for quirky shops as well. This place is littered with fine dining restaurants and art galleries.
Victoria Harbour offers a scenic view of Hong Kong and Tsim Sha Tsui. There are also malls, and shops located in and around the harbour.
The Peak Tram is one of the transportation options, to go to The Victoria Peak. It offers a scenic route, showing buildings, and Hong Kong's skyline.
The Peak Tower offers you one of the best views of the Hong Kong Skyline. It shows you most of Hong Kong, and even Kowloon Peninsula. There are also shops, and restaurants located inside the tower. Also you can visit Madame Tussaud's.
Madame Tussaud's offers you a chance to be with famous people, except they are their wax replicas. But where in the world can you take a photo with the likes of Angelina Jolie, Brad Pit, The Dalai Lama, Barrack Obama, and so on.
Victoria Peak is said to be the highest point in Hong Kong. The Peak is also home to well to do people. It offers one of the most majestic view of Hong Kong.
Lan Kwai Fong is the party place to be in Hong Kong. It is littered with bars upon bars, restaurants, and other entertainment venues. Locals flock this place, especially during Friday evening, as most people have no work on weekends.
The Tram offers the cheapest way to go around Hong Kong island. It also offers the most scenic routes to great destinations. Have your cameras ready.
Causeway Bay is the most famous shopping area of Hong Kong. You can find everything from signature brands to affordable chic here. You can also find watch stores, toy stores, and so on here. A shopaholic would definitely feel heaven here!
This is one of my favourite restaurants. I have been coming here every time I am in Hong Kong. It is my highly recommended place. Not too classy, not too drab, just right.
This is a building filled with shops, from fashion brands, luxury brands, and affordable brands. There are also numbers of restaurants, and this place also has some cinemas.
This is another area where there are lots of restaurants and bars. Wan Chai is labeled as the Red Light District of Hong Kong, but in an effort to bring Wan Chai to a new level, they have been cleaning up their act.
Central Plaza is an office building situated adjacent to the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. You would definitely pass these halls if you plan to go to the HKCEC, and vice versa.
This is the prime location for exhibits, trade shows, etc. This is also a concert venue, movie venue, and so on. I have been here a couple of time, attending trade shows, exhibits, and concerts.
This is a great place to have a high definition camera ready. Scenic location, offering majestic views of Hong Kong, and Kowloon.
This is the most scenic way to go to either Central, Tsim Sha Tsui or Wan Chai. Slow but offer a lot of photo opportunities.
Tsim Sha Tsui is another prime location for shopping, dining, and entertainment. It competes with Causeway Bay as a shopping paradise, and Lan Kwai Fong, as a night life/entertainment venue.
Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade offers a scenic view of Victoria Harbour and the Hong Kong Skyline. This is where the Avenue of the Stars is located. It is also close to museums, shops, and art galleries.
This is comparable to Mann's Chinese Theatre in the U.S. where in movie stars, singers, and other celebrities, leave there hand and foot print. You can find hand or foot print of Hong Kong/Chinese personalities here, such as Jacky Chan, Aaron Kwok, Yuen Biao, Sammo Hung, etc.
Hong Kong has done this nightly. Every 8 pm, they have this fantastic light show. Before there were even fireworks, together with the light show. Music is also provided for a more exciting show.
Tsim Sha Tsui East or TST East, is a good location for shops, restaurants, thrift shops, knick knocks, and whatnots. You can also find a lot of museums, art galleries, etc. You can find the Hong Kong Space Museum, the Hong Kong Science Museum here.
A great place for learning. You can bring kids here, and they would surely enjoy it. Offers kids a lot of exciting stuff.
Ngong Ping Village offers shops, shows, and photo opportunities. This is the way, especially if you took the Ngong Ping 360 cable car, to the Giant Buddha.
This is the biggest outdoor bronze buddha in Hong Kong, or in the world for that matter. This would be a great souvenir photo location. A must see!
The Magic Kingdom. This would be a paradise for kids, and kids at heart. It offers rides, shows, etc. A whole day would be the perfect frame of time to indulge here.
This is adjacent to Hong Kong Disneyland. It offers a more relaxing option.