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Our Chinese host dined us royally at a special dinner party at the Cricket Club. The main dishes were Peking Duck and Beggar's Chicken, both prepared table side. The other dishes were wonderful too. An unforgettable evening. WOW!
Visited the Kowloon Cricket Club (KCC) with friends in March 2017. Have visited the KCC several times over the years.
KCC harks back to the colonial past and is a haven from the bustling Nathan Road and Kowloon in general.
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The Cricket club is an oasis of calm amid bustling Kowloon. Quiet enough to hear the sounds of leather on willow. The building is colonial in appearance,open to members only. Inside everything is within period in the entrance hall with the resteraunts more modern, spacious...More
Invited to dinner by family relations. A great setting overlooking the cricket pitch. Very convivial and a thoroughly enjoyable evening. For the first time in my life I ate Indian and Chinese food during one meal and both were well cooked and very tasty.
the Kowloon cricket club (KCC for short) was a great place to have dinner. it was very relaxed and it had very nice things to do while adults were chatting or finishing dinner. they had a bowling alley, a games room were it had pool,...More
KCC is a great club that offers many activities and services. We had a good lunch there and I enjoyed the lamb curry. We also played some air hockey there. Unfortunately for tourist you cannot go in unless you know a member.
The Jordan and Yau Ma Tei neighbourhood is where you will find some of the more authentic areas of Hong Kong. Not as glamourous or busy as its neighbours Mong Kok to the north or Tsim Sha Tsui to the south, Yau Ma Tei is often mistakenly overlooked by visitors on their trips to Hong Kong. Exploring parts of this area makes you feel like you’ve been transported back in time. A large part of the neighbourhood draws from the
rich history of Temple Street, stretching from Jordan to Yau Ma Tei, where a mix of dai pai dongs (outdoor restaurants), market stalls, fortune tellers and old karaoke bars bring out the history and culture of the area. The neighbourhood is a showcase of diversity – different ethnicities, cultures, and a mix of old and new.