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Morning: Causeway Bay This busy commercial district on Hong Kong Island is home to the Excelsior Hotel with its panoramic views of the harbour and Kowloon peninsula, the Park Lane Hotel which overlooks Victoria Park, and the Regal Hong Kong Hotel. All these hotels are within a few minutes walk of the Causeway Bay MTR station.
Afternoon: Wanchai An interesting mix of old and new buildings, this prospering business district is only minutes away from Central. Renowned hotels in this area are the deluxe Grand Hyatt and Renaissance Harbour View, both situated in a prime location adjoining the Hong Kong Exhibition and Convention Centre. There are also more moderately priced hotels, such as the Novotel Century Hong Kong Hotel, Empire Hotel, Hotel New Harbour Hong Kong, and the Wesley.
Evening: Tsim Sha Tsui This well-known tourist area at the tip of the Kowloon peninsula is bursting with hotels, and there are many swanky five-star establishments to choose from. Hogging the limelight, the Peninsula is the grande dame of Hong Kong hotels, while the Hotel InterContinental, regarded as one of the world's best hotels, and the New World Renaissance Hotel both hold prized waterfront locations. Further internationally recognised hotels include the Sheraton, Holiday Inn Golden Mile, Hyatt Regency, Kowloon Hotel and Hotel Miramar. The Prince and Marco Polo, as well as the more affordable Salisbury YMCA, are also excellent choices.
Morning: Fortress Hill Further east past Causeway Bay is Fortress Hill, featuring more moderately-priced hotels such as the City Garden and Newton Hotel, both of which are located near the Fortress Hill MTR station. Central is only a 10-minute journey away, and Causeway Bay's shoppers' paradise is even closer. In addition the restaurants and shops of North Point are only a few minutes walk away.
Afternoon: Admiralty. This up-market business and commercial district is nestled between Wanchai and Central. The luxurious Conrad, Island Shangri-La and JW Marriott are situated on top of the Pacific Place complex of shops, restaurants, cinemas and offices. Behind these hotels is Hong Kong Park with its landscaped gardens and large tropical aviary. Direct access to the Admiralty MTR station is available through Pacific Place.
Evening: Tsim Sha Tsui East This area includes large commercial and office complexes, and smaller shopping arcades. Again this is a touristy area with several expensive hotels. Choices include the Kowloon Shangri-La, Royal Garden, Regal Kowloon Hotel and Hotel Nikko.
Eat and Drink:
Lan Kwai Fong: Starters. Friday night in front of California is where powerbrokers, media executives and lawyers discuss stock options, fuelled by bottled beers and cigars, while the beautiful people recline elegantly outside La Dolce Vita. A few feet away, despite the thumping guitar chords of a live band blasting out of F-Stop, limp lovers dine in the romantic seclusion of Cafe des Artistes and Va Bene.
Wanchai: Main Meal Typical battle cry of marauding Mongolians in the 13th century: "Wine, Women and Wanchai!" Weekend Wanchai warriors are spoiled for choice in this down-to-earth, rowdy part of town. Delaney's warms a warrior's heart with creamy real ales and wholesome Irish stews, and Dusk till Dawn allows the local Knights and Damsels to entertain an all-night vigil. Bars like the Devil's Advocate and Chinatown, spring up regularly and chaotic nightclubs slither to the hypnotic twists and spins of the house DJ.資料來源： IF you have any more English questions, email me: firstname.lastname@example.org
- 1 十年前
Please tell me you didn't copy from the tourist attraction website. Looks like you copied from a hotel guide.
- 1 十年前