Big families visiting Hong Kong shouldn’t rely on MTR

Big families shouldn’t use crowded Hong Kong MTR to go sightseeing Big families traveling to Hong Kong need to figure out how to go sightseeing. A lot of big families just rely on the so-called convenient MTR to visit different places in Hong Kong.   Made in Hong Kong Frank the tour guide thinks that…

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Travelers’ four common mistakes at Lantau Island

Big Buddha, Ngong Ping Cable Car and Tai O are the sightseeing points at Lantau Island.

Travelers often make 4 mistakes at Hong Kong’s Lantau Island Lantau Island is the largest island in Hong Kong and right next to the Hong Kong Airport.   It is travelers’ must-go Hong Kong sightseeing point. However, travelers often make mistakes when they visit this famous island.   Made in Hong Kong Frank the tour…

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What is the best Hong Kong sightseeing point for the big families?

Best Hong Kong attraction for big families is Big Buddha

Best Hong Kong attraction for big families is Big Buddha When big families travel together, they want to find the big enough sightseeing points. So the families can go sightseeing and dining together. Different family members can do and buy what they like. Big Buddha at Ngong Ping Lantau Island is the best Hong Kong…

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Travelers’ FAQ for Hong Kong June 2017 version

Kai Tak Cruise Terminal Alphard Vellfire Mega Box Nan Lian Garden

Travelers’ Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) for Hong Kong and my answers for YOU In this blog, I am going to share my answers for travelers’ FAQ for Hong Kong in June with YOU. Summer holiday is coming. Many families ask for their ‘amusement park private tour’ and ‘private car arrangement’. Although cruise season will resume just…

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Canton Pop Queen Anita Mui and amusement parks of Hong Kong

anita mui statue garden of stars

Anita Mui Statue at Garden of Stars At Tsim Sha Tsui’s Garden of Stars, next to Bruce Li Statue, you can find the statue of Anita Mui, the Canton Pop Queen. When she was a little girl, Anita had started her performance career at Hong Kong’s local amusement parks. Anita Mui and Hong Kong’s…

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