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We used this obviously to get to the island Cheung Chau. Ferry was punctual, on time, and clean comfortable. On off was typical crowded crunch. Not sure why everyone can’t queue with more class ! But the ferry is recommended.
Tried dodgeball for the first time today. It was lots of fun. It was a mix of ages and languages and a whole lot of fun. The instructor was friendly, explained everything well and was a genuinely nice guy.
The venue was cool, really well done. I’d go again but maybe with friends or for a specific age group as...
A wide range of fun VR games are now available at VAR in D2 Place! 早陣子去D2 Place逛逛才發現這裡開了VR遊戲，裡面有二十多種VR遊戲，種類及刺激度均不一樣，有適合小孩也有適合成年人的，有自己一個玩的也有組隊的！$140可以玩到一個遊戲，但$280三個遊戲更划算！工作人員會細心介紹遊戲也會在旁看著，感覺非常安全貼心。
小孩或親子活動建議玩XXX賽車，比起一般在外面玩到的普通賽車更像真、更好玩！最好玩的絕對是Zombie Jail（Horror shooting game）！最多可以五人組隊，每個人帶上VR的HMD，再選擇槍械。不要以為那只是外型上的分別，功能上也跟他們原本的屬性一樣，絕對要小心選擇及好好分工。只要還有one man standing戰敗了還是可以大概20秒後復活，可惜我們兩個人玩打到最後一隻boss就戰敗了，下次要再挑戰過，順道再玩一下還沒玩到的遊戲！
Aeon is a Japanese department store which is very popular in Japan, you can buy many Japanese product here in variety of food, clothing, sport gears and babies without have to go Japanese. Ideally visit for young family with kids.
Very tasty cookies and cakes. A fun and relaxing tea shop above the store in Wan Chai. They sell the cookies and cakes at the Hong Kong airport duty free when you depart (if you have any spare dollars to spend). Not very cheap though.
"The director is hiding when she has to face responsabilities"
reviewed 22 November 2019 by Charles D
my wife fell from a poor chair (folding chair) on a slippery floor, and fractured the bones of the pelvis. luckily she did not have our 2 months baby in her arms at that moment!
When we ask to talk to the Manager, this one pretending not to talk in English, and when we ask to talk to the Director,...
More pricy than we think given the location and dining environment. But the restaurant is unquestionably popular. Not easy to get seats in peak hours. Average $80 per person for noodle dinner. Nevertheless, the food is tasty and authentic Taiwanese!
From traditional Chinese perspective, “Eat according to seasons” is deeply rooted in the concept of finding balance of life. The weather in Autumn and Winter tends to be cold and dry, eating seasonally appropriate food which not only warms your heart but also heals your body and soul.
Man Hing @ Greater China Club has launched a series of traditional...