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A very poor hostel. It is illegally run (it is unlicensed) and was actually busted by the Hong Kong government while we were there - they came into our room and took pictures of us! The rooms were also very small, and according to the...More
Location was great, one block from airport bus, subway, supermarket and a nice park. That said, the beds were ridiculously hard and I didn't sleep well here. I'm pretty sure they just have a box spring and no mattress. The room is small but has...More
I stayed at the above hostel from 31st of October until the 5th of Nov 2007.
Whilst booking the accommodation through a website we had to put down a time that we would be approximately be checking in. My friend and I thought 18:00. We...More
This has got to be the worst hostel i have ever stayed in. Got there in November, even though we had reserved rooms a month beforehand, i thought we would get a room inside the building itself, but after checking it, i found out that...More
I used to always stay at the Wang Fat Hostel and overlook its shortcomings because of the great location of the hostel. But, after my latest stay, I don't think I will be staying there again.
Wang Fat has done great business the past few...More
Wan Chai and Causeway Bay are the retail centres of Hong Kong Island. Filled with shops, malls and restaurants, both areas are bustling with people – tourists and locals alike. Causeway Bay has one of the highest rents on the planet, and is a bit more polished and modern than its Wan Chai counterpart. Beneath the surface there is more than meets the eye – find boutique stores in the above ground floors of
buildings and wander into side streets to find interesting restaurants and shops tucked away from the main roads. Wan Chai especially has experienced a modern revival in recent times, with an influx of trendy restaurants and bars around the Star Street area. In addition, both areas contain many of Hong Kong’s iconic tourist attractions worthy of your visit.