Pacific CoffeeCoffee Shop • Hong Kong
Dripped coffee and waffles!
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Direct bus to multiple destinations across Hong Kong. (around 2hrs journey)
If toilets are closed inside the market, try the (free) ones opposite the market at street corner "Rue des Ecoles - Rue des Vignerons". Easy to miss as they're below street level and got a small sign.
You have to walk through the McDonald's to get there. It's to the left after walking upstairs.
At times a busy place. If you are nearby anyway, just visit the shop which might be a lot faster than waiting for a phone answer.
+1 for the free newspaper (to take away) in the early morning but no mugs nor breakfast price sets.
Wheelchair friendly restroom which also makes it a family and changing room.
Hidden power sockets next to hidden floor lights along outer walls of water fountains in Arrival Hall.
Very large, underused and *free* car park next to the city and with highway access to Germany, France and Belgium. Perfect for car pooling and of course the buses.
Looks, feels and smells exactly like a hospital. People's mood is the same too.
Please note that this is only the gift shop and it MOVED from the mall across the street into the Peak Tower. The Hard Rock Cafe is in Lan Kwai Fong (LKF).
Accepts Priority Pass. Use Maxspot for Internet (open browser to connect, free & w/o login). Better than literally camping outside.
You might not mind the very steep (but short) road leading up to it and they also provide free mosquito repellent but be warned there are no shower facilities (only some small changing rooms).
Get off at this station and cross Wan Chai Street Market (Tai Yuen Street) for @BootHK.
Avoid early morning hours like 6-9am when all workers stop over in their way to work.
The place used to be called Vicwood Plaza but changed name to Infinitus Plaza.
In 2003, Wellcome opened a store within the Old Stanley Police station - the first supermarket in Hong Kong to open within a historical monument. Check it out, it even got a different logo (outdoors).
Sandy but mixed with stones. Be prepared to step on the occasional *sharp* one underwater. Well-sourced showers, so no pressure. ~15min ferry ride to get there. Nice place but not a kids' playground..