Travel Kit Provides Insider's Guide For Campus HK Guests Preparing To Explore Hong Kong

Top Quote For Campus Hong Kong guests preparing to leave their student accommodation and explore the city, the Hong Kong Tourism Board's website offers a Travel Kit featuring e-Guidebooks, mobile apps, maps and virtual tours. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) June 29, 2016 - Featured on the Travel Kit page in the Plan Your Trip section of the Hong Kong Tourism Board website, the e-Guidebooks, apps, maps and tours are a great way to familiarize yourself with the fascinating sights and sounds of 'Asia's World City' from the comfort of your Hong Kong student housing.

    There are three e-Guidebooks available. These are the Best of the Best Culinary Awards, showcasing the city's top restaurants and chefs; Discover Hong Kong - A Traveller's Guide, an overview of dining, shopping, nightlife, events, attractions and more; and Your Guide to Hiking and Cycling in Hong Kong, a look at the various scenic routes that can be explored.

    The wide choice of mobile apps for iPhone and Android devices includes those on island, heritage and city walks, using public transportation like the MTR (Mass Transit Railway), buses and ferries, the location of public facilities, using Wi-Fi around the city, cultural events on around town, and locals' travel insights and itineraries for off-the-beaten-path neighbourhoods.

    A Discover Hong Kong Tourist SIM Card is needed to download the mobile apps. These are available from various outlets including 1O1O centres, 7-Eleven and Circle K, as a prepaid 5-Day Pass (HK$88) or 8-Day Pass (HK$118).

    With the virtual tours, Campus Hong Kong guests can catch a 360-degree glimpse of some of Hong Kong's top sights and compile their own must-see list before setting off, thanks to Google Maps with Street View. These include Golden Bauhinia Square (and HKCEC), Madame Tussauds Hong Kong, The Peak, Clock Tower, Stanley Market, Ladies' Market, sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck, Tsim Sha Tsui East, Ocean Park Hong Kong, Hong Kong Wetland Park, Ngong Ping 360, Tung Wan Beach and Kwun Yam Beach.

    The map component of the Travel Kit page allows the user to search Hong Kong by location, attraction or building.

    With their must-see and must-do list ready, Campus Hong Kong guests will find it easy to get around Hong Kong with transportation on the MTR. This is an affordable and efficient mode of travel, and guests can make use of a complimentary shuttle bus to/from their student apartments in Tsuen Wan and nearby MTR stations.

    About Campus Hong Kong:
    On the Tsuen Wan coastline facing Tsing Ma Bridge and the South China Sea, Campus Hong Kong provides modern, stylish and well-appointed off campus student accommodation. Dormitory and private room options are available, while property facilities include a fitness centre, open-air swimming pool and Jacuzzi (in summer time), all day restaurant and social gathering place. The MTR (Mass Transit Railway) is a short drive away by complimentary shuttle bus.

    For more information please contact:
    Campus Hong Kong
    rsvn ( @ ) campushk dot com

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