About Lorelei M
Lives in Hong Kong, China
Since Apr 2014
50-64 year old female
Theme Parks, Aquariums
Architectural Buildings, Gardens
Sacred & Religious Sites, Historic Sites
The best burgers in Hong Kong and reliable friendly service. They have loads of craft beers if that is your thing as well as a good wine list.
This was a nice treat for a good and interesting lunch. Book ahead as they have limited lunch hours (they close in the afternoon)
I loved this quirky little museum. Lots of interesting information and a thorough description of the devastation caused to the city by SARS. Also, and good display comparing western and chinese medicine.
This was a birthday treat to myself and I was completely comfortable being there on my own. I have been to other high caliber places alone, and was not as comfortable as I was here. Everything was delicious and a must do!
Interesting displays and a walk through time- literally. From the pre-historic archaeology through to modern times. A good explanation of the various ethnic groups and a wonderful display of chinese opera.
Need to get away from the elbows and shoves.....or the snails pace on the sidewalks? Step into this park, grab a drink at the kiosk and relax for a few minutes.
An oasis of peace, beauty and calm in Hong Kong. Relax, stroll and enjoy lunch at the vegetarian restaurant- it is underneath the waterfall.
Stroll and relax. Have your fortune told at Man Mo Temple, browse the antique shops, have lunch......
Total nightmare. Avoid at all costs. Lines, pushy people and expansive.
Peaceful, quiet, calm. All in Hong Kong. Take the MTR to Diamond Hill and revel in the beauty of this building.
Go for the show. It is a spectacle of crowds, magic and worship.