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Nestled in the heart of Central. An Oasis. Stunning view of modern architecture & greenery of HK Park. Walking distance to CBD, IFC, Admiralty, Peak Tram, Lan Kwai Fong, further beyond SoHo, PMQ, or Exhibition & Convention Centre in Wan Chai

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Cockatoods on kapok tree across my balcony

Cockatoods on kapok tree across my balcony


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Bed type: Real Bed
Property type: Bed & Breakfast
Accommodates: 1
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
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Don't Miss Dragon Boat Festival June 20, or International Dragon Boat Race July 3-5.

Don't Miss Dragon Boat Festival June 20, or International Dragon Boat Race July 3-5.

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Ka Kee
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Dear Tana,
I regret that we didn't have a chance to meet while I was working in Vietnam. I'm glad that you enjoyed my apartment. I look forward to your return to meet you personally.
Best regards
Ka Kee

May 2015

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From Shanghai, China · April 2015

About the Host, Ka Kee

Ka Kee
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  • Ka Kee
  • Hong Kong Park

    Beautiful and peaceful oasis in the bustling financial city. There is a Tea Museum, vegetarian restaurant, Tai Chi Park. Boot camps and yoga classes. A photographer's spot. The aviary is a MUST see

    Cotton Tree Drive Hong Kong Island
  • St. John's Cathedral

    St. John's Cathedral was built in the 1849. It was once the tallest building on Hong Kong Island. It is an Anglican Cathedral, the setting is peaceful. Great to meditate inside this holy place.

  • Hong Kong Zoological And Botanical Gardens

    There are exotic birds & orchids in the Botanical Garden. There are baboons & exotic animals in the Zoological Gardens. They are opposite the former Governor's House.

  • Lan Kwai Fong

    Bar Crawling! This is the bar scene in Hong Kong. Don't come home till 5 am! Halloween, Christmas, New Year.... it's party time 365 days!

    九如坊 Hong Kong Hong Kong Island
  • Wyndham Street

    This is the beginning of the Gallery Strip. The rejuvenated colonial Central Police Station is about to be opened in 2015. A new art hub for art lovers. This street is filled with hip restaurants.

  • Tamar Park

    Tamar Park is right outside the Central Government Offices. It offers spectacular view of both sides of the harbor. It is manicured with grass and dotted with sculptures. Great for photographers.

  • Old Peak Rd

    Hiking from No. 1 Old Peak Road to the Peak offers the view of luxurious living in HK. The tree lined trail is tranquil. Experience the potters carrying the Taipan uphill back in colonial days.

    Old Peak Rd Hong Kong Island
  • Soho

    SoHo is also where the Escalator Walk is. It's the centre of bars, international restaurants and galleries. You will find people of all nationalities here having a good time here.

  • Escape

    Wan Chai bar district was the former Red Light district which used to entertain the US marines during in the 1970s. Now, it's a bar district for all. Escape is a bar with a very good live band.

  • Central Piers

    At Central Piers, you can catch ferries to all the outlying islands, such as Cheung Chau, Lamma Island, Lantau Island, Ping Chau, It's nice to spend a day and to relax on one of these islands.

  • PMQ

    The latest art hub in this rejuvenated colonial Police Married Quarters housed galleries of both renowned & up-and-coming artists. A meeting place for artists and avid artist lovers. Don't miss it!

    Aberdeen St Central And Western District Hong Kong Island
  • Hong Kong Arts Centre

    Hong Kong Arts Centre is a small but interesting architecture on its own. There are 2 exhibition galleries. A cinema which runs foreign and artistic movies. There are frequent art performances.

    Harbour Rd
  • The Peak Tram

    Experience a ride of the Peak Tram cable car. The gradient is 70 degree The spectacular harbor view changes from day to night. 45 min. circular walk around Lugard Road is a Must. Get there early.

  • Joe Banana

    One of the longest standing bar-pub for over 2 decades. It serves food and entertains with nice live band.

    Luard Road Hong Kong Island
  • Central Ferry Pier No.7 (Star Ferry Pier)

    Once an American who rode the ferry 11 times!! It must be magical although the harbor is getting narrower due to reclamation. Sit on the lower deck to be close to the water. Absorb the harbour view.

  • Spring Garden Ln

    See the grannies shop in this interesting hustle & bustle traditional 'wet market'. Swimming fish, livestock, and fresh Chinese vegetables, or delicacies. Watch them bargaining, oh, snake soup too!

    Spring Garden Ln Wan Chai District Hong Kong Island
  • Wan Chai Computer Centre

    If you are a computer geek, or a digital maniac, this is 2-storey computer centre is where you will find the most up-to-date computers, androids, digital and electronic equipment and accessories.

    Hennessy Road
  • Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre

    This is the mecca of Hong Kong Art Basel. Christie's and Sotherby's also hosts their auction previews here. Come to Hong Kong in May for all the art activities, including Le French May.

    Harbour Road
  • Hollywood Rd

    The Gallery Strip which used to be the locale of most galleries in HK. Now, there are mixture of fusion restaurants, designer shops, antique shops, and, yes, galleries. Watch out for gallery weeks!

    Hollywood Rd Hong Kong 香港
  • Macau Ferry Terminal

    If you plan to go to Macau, the once laid back Portugese colonial, to try your luck in the casinos, this is where you should take your jet foil.

  • Comix Home Base

    This is a colonial old building being rejuvenated into a art hub to archive the local comic art and history. It's a small building in an old Wan Chai area.

    Mallory Street Hong Kong Hong Kong Island
  • Kowloon Public Pier

    You can watch the beautiful 8pm Light Show on both sides of the harbour by sitting along the public pier.

  • The Hong Kong Jockey Club Happy Valley Racecourse

    A Night at the Race. This is a wonderful cheap entertainment, watching exciting horse racing, sipping wine, and betting on your favourite horses. Entrance fee is HK$10.

  • 129 Second St

    Ping Pong. An artistic designed gin & tonic bar which also serves dinner.

    Second St Hong Kong Island
  • 143 Second St

    My gallery of humanity, Ka Kee Gallery of Objects, an alternative art space.

    Second St Hong Kong Island
  • The Peninsula Hong Kong

    High tea at The Lobby is highly recommended in this historic hotel built in 1928. An exciting feature menu of delicious delicacies.

  • Eslite

    Eslite Book Store occupies 40,000 s.f. space, 3 storeys inside Hyson Place. This is the largest book store in HK that sells both Chinese and English books. It also has cafe.

  • Hong Kong Stadium

    Every year in March, the International Rugby Sevens are held here. It's an exciting international sports events with wonderful carnival ambiance. It's party time.

    Eastern Hospital Road So Kon Po Hong Kong Island
  • Victoria Park

    Victoria Park is the home for Chinese New Year Flower Market, the Lantern Show for the Moon Festival, and the assembly ground for the yearly June 4th Chinese Pro-democracy Movement.

    Causeway Rd
  • Hong Kong Museum of History

    If you want to understand how did a sleepy fishing village has developed to become the world's financial centre, you must not miss the Hong Kong Museum of History. The narrative display is superb.

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