Hong Kong & Macau 13 (City guide)

Hong Kong & Macau 13 (City guide)

Andrew Stone / Sep 16, 2019

Hong Kong Macau City guide This is a guide to some of Asia s most happening cities and what to do there after dark There are tips on where to eat what food is available and how to order as well as information on where to st

  • Title: Hong Kong & Macau 13 (City guide)
  • Author: Andrew Stone
  • ISBN: 1741046653
  • Page: 407
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  • This is a guide to some of Asia s most happening cities, and what to do there after dark There are tips on where to eat, what food is available, and how to order, as well as information on where to stay whether your travelling on business or backpacking around It also features a language section.

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    911 Comments

    1. Increiblemente Era un libro fotocopiado. Una porquería que no se leía bien, lo peor de todo los mapas. No sé cómo se les pudo filtrar. Libro a la basura y unos euros perdidos. Lamentable.


    2. We recently took this book and the Groovy Map on a 6 day trip to HK/Macau. This book was our go-to reference while in the hotel room, but we usually left it behind because it's kind of heavy to lug around. The maps are really small, but are useful when you take the time to really study them. Most of our dining suggestions came from TripAdvisor and the Groovy Map, as this book is kind of out of date. I understand a newer one is on the way, though. We did use this for our one day in Macau and [...]


    3. I travel a lot and am a faithful purchaser of Lonely Planet guides. It was extremely helpful to get the eBook version of the HK & Macau travel guide and have it with me on my iPad, so I didn't have to lug around a physical book with me, as I was only bringing my iPad. There were some pros & cons to it, though. I'll leave this review short:Pros:Search capabilitiesHighlightingOther user highlighting which allows you a crowd-sourced way of seeing hot spotsCons:Horrible mapsDifficult to navigate [...]


    4. My husband and I used this book for our first trip to hong kong and macau. As usual with Lonely Planet it gave a good overview of both cities but as with any guide book, use it as a reference, not a step by step manual. The maps, particularly the pull out Hong Kong map were quite useful though it needs to be updated to reflect the changes to the MTR system.Hong Kong is a great city to wander around and this book details lots of different sites that you might otherwise miss. The walking tours [...]


    5. As opposed to other Lonely Planet guides, this one is shoddily researched and edited. Its central problem is that it's outdated by years, even though it's dated March 2010: its subway plan doesn't even show the East Rail Line, which has been there for years; the Alan Chan shop is listed as in the Peninsula Arcade, where it hasn't been in a good many years, and the guide doesn't list the Elements Mall, one of the most important newer malls in Kowloon. Because of constant mistakes like that, I was [...]


    6. Wonderful book. After using other types of city guides, I definitely like Lonely Planet the best. I was able to take walking tours on my own without expensive guides. Maps are accurate and very detailed. Usage of the subway was a breeze thanks to this book. Definitely recommend Lonely Planet for all of their city guides. I bought 3 different ones while visiting asia and all did not disappoint.


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