Saturday, October 13, 2007

Shopping Mall Show

Harbour City, is one of the traditional shopping mall in Hong Kong. It located at the southern edge of Tsim Sha Tsui. It is a famous shopping centre for tourist because you may find almost every famous brand name here. You can event spent a whole day here since there is cinema, small playground for child, food court and view station.

Moreover, the shopping mall organize some cultural activities during long weekends, for example some exhibition and music show will be there. The following two videos are some shows that I ever been watched there. One is a young orchestra, and the other is an unplug music show.

Any bus going to "STAR FERRY" in Kowloon; or
MTR Tsim Sha Tsui Station or KCR East Tsim Sha Tsui and walk for 5 to 10 minutes following the road sign of STAR FERRY.


Phoebe said...

hi, i am Blanche's friend and a representative from Taiwan.
I appreciate alot the entry, they offer non-official choices for tourists to see HK.

For Taiwan tourists, maybe you have alreayd known, the average english standard of Taiwanese is mostly "below average". The language of this blog would probably hinder most of the general taiwanese's understanding, and maybe even the motivation to go on reading.

Secondly, i thought this blog targeted advanced tourists who know HK. For people who haven't been HK before, they don't have any clues of arranging the itinerary. They might read the introduction here and have to find elsewhere of how to plan. Here i attach a website which is a very popular website for ppl who want to travel Kenting (south Taiwan). It offers one-stop service. Just for your reference.

George Lee said...

hi Phoebe,

Thanks for you valuable comments on our blog especially the places where we need to improve. :)

The goal of our blog is to introduce to people over the world the culture, eating, shopping of Hong Kong and many more that tourists may probably miss out. We try to share our personal experience as much as possible. :P

The reason we use English is because we think it is an international language. I am sorry that I overlooked the necessasity of using Chinese to cater Chinese over the world like Taiwan. We will review the issue. :>

Thanks for visiting our blog and wellcome to come back soon.

Edmond said...

Hi Phoebe,

Thanks for your comment, we are considering to add a translation link to this blog in order to let oversea Chinese to knwo more about Hong Kong via this blog.