Disney Sea Tokyo (東京ディズニーシー) is worth seeing if you have the time and money. If you have been to the Disneyland or Disney’s California in LA, then you may be a little disappointed by the small size of the Disney Sea. Its technically larger (176 acres compared to 160 acres) but there is a huge man made lake (Mediterranean Harbor) in the middle of the park that makes the actual walking area smaller.
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Disney Sea Tokyo is definitely not a waste of time especially if you have kids. They will really enjoy it.
Just like the Disneyland in LA, you can expect Disney Sea Tokyo to be ridiculously packed and expensive. If you travel on a dime, then you may want to bring your own food into the park. Also, bring sunblock and a sunhat.
If you have been to Disneyland LA, then I would recommend seeing Disney Sea. It has a different feel than the typical Disneyland and if its hot its nice to go there and get a little wet on the rides and attractions.
Not all the rides are water rides by the way. I was expecting a sort of “splash mountain water park” feel. But its not really like that. They did a great job of mixing wet and dry. Even though Disney sea is not owned by the Disney company, it still FEELS like Disneyland.
What is most memorable to me about Disney Sea Tokyo and what stands out in my mind (besides the insane HEAT and LINES) was the show in Mediterranean Harbor. It was one of the most unique shows I have ever seen i the water.
People in costume in jetskis with giant water guns.
hong kong girls
If you have thought about hooking up with a Hong Kong girl, you have come to the right place. Hong Kong is wealthy with all kinds of beautiful women of all races. If you want a Chinese woman who is strung out on her luck and working for a few years in the sex industry of Hong Kong, or a young fililpina mother of three breaking her temporary visa to survive on world’s cruel justice. Or perhaps you prefer an overprice Russian Blonde bomshell that did not quite make it modeling in mother Russia. Whatever your taste might be, you can find is among the 7 million souls of Hong Kong.
Where to find Hong Kong Girls
So you get the Hong Kong International Airport and you want to know where to find hot, fun girls of Hong Kong. Where do you go?
There are many to choose from. However because the of the fast pace homogenious ways of Hong Kong people it seems the women are unapproachable. But if you know where to go you can find a girl for sure. And NOT just a prostitute. We have broken this up into three categories:
HK girls (NOT for sale) – There are over 7 million people in Hong Kong and MORE than 50% are women and many are single and looking for a man. If you search on the Internet you will see quickly that Hong Kong girls have a bad rap, seen as materialistic gold diggers or even ugly. But you should go to Hong Kong and see for yourself. Hong Kong women are not only attractive, there they have their own money. But don’t be intimidated, successful super Chinese women need love too. I think its true that they are rather selective and most want a guy that is at least as successful and attractive as themselves. Gold Diggers?? Every race and country has them. Ugly? look in the mirror.. how many people think you are ugly? Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. I was in Hong Kong and I will be honest and say that there are many lovely girls and also many that I would not call attractive. But if you are looking for more than just sex, perhaps an average looking lady who is willing won’t cheat you and maybe even shower you will love and respect rather than a Hong Kong girl who is a 10 but want to use you and is lousy in bed and cold hearted. There is more to life than looks.
Here are some places to find HK girls (not for sale):
Hong Kong Redlight District – Yes, you can find NON pay for play girls in hong kong’s redlight districts.
More info into the heart and mind of Hong Kong girls:
successful Hong Kong Girls cannot find a guy
Super Chinese Women – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Women_in_Hong_Kong
4 types of HK girl – http://hkgirltalk.com/2011/05/14/characteristics-hard-to-get-hong-kong-girls/
Hong Kong Prostitues
First of all you need to know that prostitution is LEGAL in Hong Kong. Organized prostitution (i.e. brothels) is illegal but an individual person may sell sex as a service and promote themselves via the Internets and/or local classified ads.
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Hong Kong Red Light District
The locals don’t call it “Red Light District” since that is an English colloquial some Chinese people are not even familiar with that term. These areas are in Mong Kok, Tsim Sa Tsui, and Wan Chai districts. More on Hong Kong Red Light District here.
When searching for “red-light” district You might find it in google map outside hong kong
Jordan Road is another hot spot you may find ladies offering individual service. To get around to all the other spots use the MTR station located at Jordan and Nathan Road.
Hong Kong is a great vacation spot. Its a very wealthy, clean port-metropolis that allows you to experience China in bite size portions. If you have a choice between Thailand, Philippines, or Hong Kong.. then I would be Hong Kong LAST as it is MUCH more expensive though it gives more opportunity for first world comforts.
Transportation, food and hotels are all very convenient since so many tourist frequently visit Hong Kong.
Hong Kong is Expensive?
One of the first things I heard from people that had been to Hong Kong is that it is expensive. After seeing it for myself I would say, yes and no. Compared to other South East Asian tourist spots (Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines) YES .. HELL YES (with the exception of electronics). The “expensive” is relative. Compared to a European holiday NO.. HEL NO its not expensive compared to Germany, for example.
Although you will have a very hard time beating food & lodging prices in Thailand/Indonesia/or Philippines you can find some decent prices online for Hong Kong hotels. Just like anywhere else, you can spend as much as you want but will have to really think ahead to get a reasonable budget for decent service. Hong Kong can get VERY expensive VERY fast. Hong Kong is the New York of South East Asia (not as expensive, not as rude, not as convenient but almost as fancy and convenient).
Hostel to Hotel Hong Kong
If you want SUPER cheap and comfort/convenience is secondary then try a Hong Kong Hostel. You can stay in a Hong Kong hostel for 30USD (200HKD) or less per night like USA Hostel here are some other hostels:
If you want a comfortable place with a good prices then you will have to spend a little more. 60+USD (400HKD) is what you may have to spend unless you get a pretty good deal online.
If money is no object then check out Hong Kong’s Shangrila. It gets up to 500+USD/per night (4000HKD).
Electronics of Hong Kong
Finding GREAT price on electronics is a huge plus for going to Hong Kong. You can get a brand new, name brand laptop for 20-30% less than you would spend in the US or Europe. You will see more variety for better cost than you would see in other South East Asian countries other than main land China (or maybe Singapore). You find cool stuff in Japan but they want you to sell your soul and children along with a 30% mark-up.
There are whole streets dedicated to electonics. And whole buildings such as Golden Computer Center on Fuk Wa street. Other streets include: Apliu Street Flea Market. More here.
Food in Hong Kong
For food try a side street restaurant. The prices are very cheap and the food is good. There is a great variety of food in Hong Kong. There is every type of Asian cuisine but also western foods.
Places to Shop in Hongkong
1. Sham Shui Po
a video of Sham Shui Po Market
2. Ladies Market and other parts of Mongkok are places to shop for cheap clothes, bags, purses, souvenirs and more. There are also many stores selling name brand products.
3. Wan Chai in Hongkong Island – has western designer fashion stores such as Abercrombie, Dolce & Gabbana and other famous brand names.
Cool stuff about Hong Kong
Hong Kong is one of the most populated metropolitan areas in the world. Since its a “Special Administrative District” of the People Republic of China, it feels more like a very westernized country with many Chinese residence rather than REAL China. Its China (communism not included). I have seen more McDonald’s there then I saw of Hammer & Sickle. There is a difference between people from China and Chinese people from Hong Kong.
If you were to generalize all Chinese people, then this difference is completely LOST on you. But if you are interested in Hong Kong even a little you will appreciate that Hong Kongers will be upset if you mistake them for a Chinese citizen and that they take pride in speaking CANTONESE which is NOT Mandarin. Also, most Hong Kong citizens speak some English. English is on EVERY sign and many menus across town (sometimes English is there with NO Chinese). English is the official language of business in Hong Kong. I don’t mean to be rude but I found Hong Kong manners MUCH better than that of my fellow Chinese travelers. And Hong Kong people have better fashion sense than Chinese citizens, in my humble opinion.
I hope this is not taken as a bad opinion of Chinese citizens. So to end on a positive note, Chinese people will rule the world in about 5 years and I plan on learning Mandrin in the near future LOL.. And I am learning to be more rude.. I am working on it… JOKE. Not all Chinese people are rude, of course. I was helped several times while in Hong Kong while lost.. very nice people! I may learn Cantonese instead of Mandarin.
Stuff To Do in Hong Kong
For drinking and girls go to the Hong Kong redlight district. But some of the more popular places include Disneyland, Hong Kong, Macau (for gambling), Tian Tan Buddha, Lantua, Ocean Park.
If you tell a taxi driver in Hong Kong “take me to the red-light district”, they will not know what you are talking about.
When searching for “red-light” district You might find it in google map outside hong kong
Jordan Road is another hot spot you may find ladies offering individual service. To get around to all the other spots use the MTR station located at Jordan and Nathan Road
I was in Hong Kong looking for fun. I jumped in the cab and told the cabbie “redlight district”. He did not know what I was talking about. The locals don’t call it “redlight district”. But they do have areas that have “redlight district” activities.
These areas are in Mong Kok, Tsim Sa Tsui, and Wan Chai districts:
Mong Kok – some westerners call this a Hong Kong redlight district. It is in the Yau Tsim Mong District on Kowloon Peninsula, Hong Kong.
Portland Street –
Mong Kok includes part of Portland Street which is a major Hong Kong redlight area. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Portland_Street If you are on the MTR you get off at the Mong Kok station and Exit C2, C4, E1. Portland street has many brothels run by the Chinese Triad.
8 Mong Kok –
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King Hing Building No. 52-54 Argyle St ( entrance to the building is around the corner on Fa Yuen St. )
Tsim Sa Tsui – abbreviated as TST, this part of Hong Kong Redlight in southern Kowloon, Hong Kong.
All Night Long – is a bar to find ladies for hook ups. Not only prostitutes. 9 Knutsford Terrace Tsim Sha Tsui, 2367 9487.
Wan Chai districts – is a metropolitan area in the western part of the northern shore of Hong Kong Island.
Laguna – 1/F, 17-21 Fenwick St, Wan Chai
Traffik – 3/F The Phoenix, 21-25 Luard Rd, Wan Chai
Neptume – B/F, 98-108 Jaffe Rd, Wan Chai
Playmate – playmate com hk
Secret Woman – secretwoman net
My Secret Massage – hongkonglife net
Dusk Till Dawn – bar for hookups 76-84 Jaffe Rd, Wan Chai, 2528 4689
Bar George – bar for hookups 38-44 D’Aguilar St, Central, 2521 2202
Mes Amis – bar for hookups 81-85 Lockhart Rd, Wan Chai, 2527 6680
Directions to hook up bars of D’Aguilar Street:
The best way to get to Hong Kong island is from MTR. Catch TSUI Wan line to central – and then walk through Exit D1. Walk across the street to reach 21D D’Aquilar strt
We had a few great dishes in Hong Kong. This eel sushi was very tasty with a little mayonnaise dressing on the plate which made it creamy adding to the sweet sauced soaked in the eel.
The noodles are the best in Hong Kong. Good almost everytime. Ramen or udon you cannot go wrong with noodles.
Watch out for under cooked poultry.
We had a great 36oz Steak at the Scene Bar. With live music, mixed drinks and a HUGE salad it was not bad, but the price was too high (600+HKD).