Hong Kong summer spectecular - $199/pax for 3D2N Stay at Park Hotel in Tsim Sha Tsui(尖沙咀) + half day city tour with Ngong Ping 360 (u.p $350) Min. 2 to go.

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  • $199/pax for 3D2N stay at Park Hotel (Superior Room) in Tsim Sha Tsui + half day city tour with Ngong Ping 360 (u.p $350)
  • Return Airport transfer 
  • Prices are all in nett, no additional tax and no additional surcharge for DealCreation members.
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Terms and conditions

  • Booking to be made by 31 July 2011. Travel dates valid from now till 4 Sep 2011.
  • Rates do not include airfare
  • To book:
    - By Phone: Call Michael chong at +65 98258793
    - By Email: Email your coupons to conoseur@ymail.com for bookings, subject 'DealCreation Park Hotel'.
  • Any enquiry, please email to conoseur@ymail.com
  • Not valid with other promotions.
  • Non-refundable, non-exchangeable but transferrable.
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151 Manhattan House,
Chin Swee Road,
#06-15
Singapore 169876

Tel: 9825 8793

Email : conoseur@ymail.com

Details of the Deal

Park Hotel Hong Kong’s recently refurbished rooms offer our guests’ simple elegance and real comfort in a restful and tranquil atmosphere.

Trust me the room is big! Most important Park hotel is in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui. Highly accessible 

Park Hotel Hong Kong

Park Hotel Hong Kong

Ngong Ping 360

Just introduced last year, the new Ngong Ping 360 Crystal Cabins come equipped with a glass bottom, offering up uncluttured 360-degree views of the surrounding environment.

Park Hotel Hong Kong

Ngong Ping 360 is destined to be one of Hong Kong's 'must see' attractions in Lantau Island. Preserving the natural ecological environment and features of the Ngong Ping area and converging the custom and culture of the Lantau Island, Ngong Ping 360 is sure to refresh your body and enlighten your mind, as soon as you step on the Cable Car.


Ngong Ping Cable Car is a visually spectacular 5.7km cable car journey, travelling between Tung Chung Town Centre and Ngong Ping on Lantau Island. Visitors will enjoy panoramic views of the Hong Kong International Airport, South China Sea, the Tian Tan Buddha Statue, as well as the flora and fauna of North Lantau Country Park.

Adjacent to the Ngong Ping Cable Car Terminal, Ngong Ping Village is an impressive cultural themed village, incorporating two major attractions, includingWalking with Buddha and the Monkey's Tale Theatre.

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Tsim Sha Tsui

Park Hotel Hong Kong

'The paradise of shoppers', Hong Kong is famous for its fast developing economy. Visiting this modern metropolis, you could feel its vibrancy and have a good understanding of the local culture. In Hong Kong, there are many prosperous areas, and among them, Tsim Sha Tsui, located in the south of Kowloon Peninsula, Hong Kong, is one of the most famous.
Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

As one sentence describes, Tsim Sha Tsui is a concentration of stores, shopping malls, restaurants and office buildings. Whenever you walk in the street, you will be confronted by heavy traffic and the crowd of citizens and tourist. But everything is very orderly.

It is a tourist's dream come true offering everything visitors need for a trip of a lifetime. There is something for everyone there.

Nathan Road is the leading road of Tsim Sha Tsui. Meanwhile, other streets radiate from there. Many international brands are grouped in those streets. Especially, the Park Lane Shopper's Boulevard which is intended for shopping, and young people like to roam there to buy some fashionable clothes.

Hong Kong - Where to shop?

Park Hotel Hong Kong

Not knowing where to start as there are so many malls and streets to choose from? Being known as a shopping paradise, Hong Kong is the perfect place to pick up an exclusive bargain or pamper yourself in an in luxury item. There are plentiful of streets and department store to cater to your shopping needs.

Park Hotel Hong KongYau Ma Tei
There are always surprises at every turn at Yau Ma Tei(Tsim sha sui) . Illuminated by neon lights Yau Ma Tei's streets offer an assortment of jewellery and clothes shops. Famous for its street markets such as Temple Street Night Market and Jade Market, you will discover this neighbourhood’s charms.
Park Hotel Hong KongKowloon Tong
Festival Walk in Kowloon Tong is one of the most popular shopping malls in Hong Kong. Check out its retail outlets offering everything from home furnishings to fashion, many restaurants, an ice-skating rink and multiplex cinema. It's right above the Kowloon Tong MTR Station.
Park Hotel Hong KongSham Shui Po
Sham Shui Po is renowned for its electronic gadgets. In Sham Shui Po you'll be able to pick up virtually any computer products at a competitive price. Apliu Street, also in this area, is a market with an abundance of character. Focussed on nearly new electronic goods, it's a good place to soak up the Hong Kong market experience and maybe even pick up a bargain.
Park Hotel Hong KongMong Kok
Famous for its themed streets and fascinating street markets, Mong Kok has the latest audio-visual, electronic and telecommunications products at Sai Yeung Choi Street South. There are many cosmetics shops and boutiques too. If you are into up-to-date Japanese and Western fashions and accessories, you should visit Shantung Street and Dundas Street.
 Hung Hom
Be wowed by Hong Kong's inland cruise ship. The Whampoa is now on the site of a former dry dock. Entertainment centre, game station, shops and clubs can be found on board this 110 metre long cruise ship. The Whampoa Gourmet Place also brings several well known restaurants together, offering mouth-watering dishes such as Szechuan’s Dan-Dan Noodles, Wonton Noodles and Guangdong barbecue food.
Park Hotel Hong KongCauseway Bay
A popular area amongst tourists, Causeway Bay has everything from department stores, to small boutiques and bargain stalls. It may seem like a small street but it will still take you one whole day to walk through this shopping district. Many shops here target the younger crowd, enticing them with the latest fashion apparels and electronic gadgets. Walk through Fashion Walk, Island Beverly, Times Square, just to name a few, and witness a whole new shopping treat of fashion and food. Jardine’s Crescent is also another great place to look for cheap and good clothing, accessories and other household goods.
Park Hotel Hong Kong

Wan Chai
Offering a wide range of shopping, you may think you have stepped through time as you walk along the streets of Wan Chai as it is a place rich in history. For excellent rattan and Chinese furniture, head down to Queens’s Road East where you can get a good deal or two. These shops will arrange to have your purchases sent home which is indeed value-added service.

Spring Garden Lane is a great place that offers clothes at very competitive prices. The stalls sells its products mainly for export purposes and customers are able to fetch wholesale prices which are cheaper when more items are bought. Spring Garden Lane also connects the local wet and dry markets offering a multicultural shopping experience in the heart of Wan Chai.

 Admiralty
If you are looking for branded luxury goods, Admiralty is the place to be. Head to Pacific Place, one of Hong Kong’s most popular malls and you will find the perfect gift for your loved ones within its 140-plus outlets which includes Lane Crawford department store and more.
Park Hotel Hong KongCentral
If you are looking for branded luxury goods, Admiralty is the place to be. Head to Pacific Place, one of Hong Kong’s most popular malls and you will find the perfect gift for your loved ones within its 140-plus outlets which includes Lane Crawford department store and more.
Park Hotel Hong KongWestern Market
Filled with Chinese Handicraft stores and fabric shops, the Western Market in Edwardian building is situated at the corner of Connaught Road and Morrison Street, Sheung Wan. The area to the west is famous for its small Chinese-style shops selling dried seafood and medicinal herbs.

If antique watches or old coins interest you, then Cat Street bazzar is the place where you can find great offers.
 Ap Lei Chau
There are always great bargains at Ap Lei Chau. Known mainly for its discounted furniture and clothing warehouses, it is located at the South Side area near Aberdeen Horizon Plaza.
Park Hotel Hong KongStanley Village
Take a stroll through one of Hong Kong's most famous coastal areas, Stanley Market has an array of stalls, shops and restaurants. You can also find a piece of history here through Chinese paintings, silk collectibles, ornaments and a wide range of Hong Kong souvenirs. Stanley Village is open from around 10:30am to 6:00pm daily.

Sight Seeing

Park Hotel Hong Kong

Park Hotel Hong Kong

The recommended attractions are the Avenue of Stars and Tsim Sha Tsui Beach. The Avenue of Stars was designed according to the one built in American Hollywood. The list of honored stars of Hong Long was inlaid into the surface of avenue. The Tsim Sha Tsui Beach seems more charming in the evening. Varied neon lights mingle together to make the night become another colorful world.
The Avenue of Stars, located in Tsim Sha Tsui East, Kowloon, was built to showcase Hong Kong's movie industry, its history, movie stars and those working behind-the-scenes. It is a waterfront promenade, 440 meters (481 yards) long, extending from the Hong Kong Museum of Art to the New World Centre. Completed in April of 2004 at a cost of HK$40,000,000, its architecture was modeled after the Avenue of Stars of Hollywood, USA.

Additionally, the Hong Kong Museum of Art, the Hong Kong Space Museum and the Cultural Center lie here. All those things make Tsim Sha Tsui be an area of entertainment, shopping and education. So the tourists to go to Hong Kong should not miss visiting here.-

The Kowloon Waterfront offers splendid views of the Hong Kong island shore and skyline. The view is similar to what you would see on the other side of Victoria harbor, on the Hong Kong side.
Kowloon Waterfront and Star Ferry

Canton Road is THE place to max out your Platinum credit card. Home to designer brands such as Burburry, Hermes, D & G, Prada, Louis Viutton, and the likes.
Canton Road and Harbour City

Harbour City, located along Canton Road, is the Hong Kong equivalent of our own Megamall. It would be helpful to pick-up one of the in-house maps, as it is easy to get lost in the nearly 800 shops stretched over three kilometers long. It has a pleasant mix of mid-price stores and luxury brands.
Address: Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
Harbour City

Just as we were rounding up the corner of Canton Rd., there's 1881 Heritage. It is a beautifully refurbished historical site that has been turned into a refined and elegant place for upscale brands, restaurants and a hotel.

With its well-designed Victorian buildings, double decker carousel, giant snowglobes and open space, it is a nice place to take photos. In fact, when we visited, there was a pre-nuptial photo session going-on right beside the banyan tree.

Hong Kong - It's a DIM SUM Feast!

Not only is Hong Kong well-known for its shopping, it is also a food paradise. Numerous restaurants and local tea houses or cafes for you to choose from, you will be spoilt for choices. All time favourites are congee, noodles and rice dishes, Chinese BBQ, dimsum and hotpot. With wide varieties and unique authentic flavours of the East, won’t you fall in love with Hong Kong’s treats?

Park Hotel Hong Kong

Dim Sum
Eating dim sum travelled a long way back in history becoming one of the greatest culinary traditions in Hong Kong. They are tiny snacks, usually steamed or deep fried that come around your table on a trolley or in bamboo containers with lid.

Very popular in Chinese restaurants, dim sum is usually paired with Chinese tea, thus the locals have a term called ‘Yam Cha’. This is usually served for breakfast and lunch in most local teahouses and restaurants.

Dim sum can be in the form of steamed fried or baked dumplings, buns and pastries that contains vegetables seafood and meat. If you have never tasted dim sum, you are in for a real treat. Some of the must try dishes are: Har Gau (shrimp dumplings), Siu Mai (meat dumpling), Pai Gwat (steamed spareribs), Ngau Yuk Mai (steamed beef ball) Cha Siu Bau (steamed barbecued pork bun) and Chun Guen (fried spring roll).


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