Wednesday, May 5, 2010

High Tea in the Shangri La Hong Kong

People in Hong Kong often plan their holidays months in advance, so that they can all meet up in the crowded airport, only to find out the neighbor next door is staying in the same resort. So during long holidays, Hong Kong suddenly becomes hospitable again. Driving through the central cross harbor tunnel at 9:00pm feels like driving through traffic at early hours in the morning, unlike Japanese who decide to venture out of their homes to face the crowded roads during the long golden week (GW) break.

Alas, if a quiet time enjoying some afternoon tea is all you are looking for during your holiday, you can do worse than staying put in Hong Kong.

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