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Offering personal walking tours of Hong Kong www.j3tourshk.com
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Do You Need to Learn Cantonese Phrases When Visiting Hong Kong?

Frankly, you are wasting your time

Let me make this crystal clear, these are my personal opinions and I am sure many people will disagree but it is a question I am asked a lot and I always give the same answer. That’s right you are wasting your time.



Posted on May 2, 2016 at 4:15am

Travel on the Star Ferry, a Real Hong Kong Icon

It ain’t about the cost, it’s about experiencing a slice of history.       

I have filched this quote from a very famous tour guide book which shall remain nameless:

“A buzzer sounds, you bolt for the gangplank. A whistle blows, the Star Ferry chugs forward. This vehicle carrying you belongs to a fleet of legendary ferries that plies passengers between Kowloon and Hong Kong. At only US$0.30, the ride, with its views of…


Posted on December 6, 2013 at 7:40am — 1 Comment

The "Avenue of Stars" in Kowloon, Hong Kong

Avenue of Stars, TST Kowloon

I have NEVER been a fan of Avenue of Stars and believe it or not the Avenue of Stars is the 2nd most visited attraction in Hong Kong (The Peak is no. 1) so I decided a more thorough visit on my part was warranted.

Guess what, I still have not changed my mind, I am still not a…


Posted on July 10, 2011 at 2:10pm

In Hong Kong, How to Beat the Queues at The Peak

Hong Kong’s no. 1 Tourist Attraction has queues, bloody great big queues.       

The Peak Tram is a wonderful way to travel to The Peak for first time visitors and even for jaded old lags such as myself, I never ever get tired of it.

Which brings me to the subject of queues.

Because The Peak is the no. 1…


Posted on June 29, 2011 at 8:18pm

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At 7:11pm on February 6, 2011, EnLinea Media said…

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