Hong Kong: Macau and Guangzhou
Tom Le Bas
APA Publications Services, Jan 1, 2005 - Travel - 256 pages
The Hong Kong Insight City Guide combines insightful writing and lavish full-color photography with a portable format, emphasizing practical information to prepare you for your travels. Inside this guidebook, you will find: Magazine-style instant orientation such as money-saving tips, activities for kids, free attractions, website addresses, and insider advice. Expert evaluations of the must-see sites such as Star Ferry, Sai Kung Country Park, and the Wong Tai Sin Temple, illustrated with 4-color, full-bleed photos and an emphasis on practical information. A bonus take-it-with-you mini restaurant guide and city map. An 8-12 page street atlas and street listings at the back of the guide provides a grid-referenced index to local streets. Special two-page spreads spotlighting particular topics of interest, such as museums and religious buildings, with captioned photos and floor plans. Appropriate destinations such as Central District, Shenzhen and Macau, included on a detailed map of the
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It's a good book to start planning...User Review - Overstock.com
Loaded with information, very brief, don't have to do much reading. I liked the Travel Tips area. Lots of colorful pictures. Not very many hotel listing. You get a handy pocket restaurant guide. Also gives you a brief introduction to Cantonese. I'm Chinese and speak a little cantonese and thought it was cute. If you're not familiar with the tones, you're not going to get it. But it's fun anyway. Overall this book is a good starting point if you don't know what to do in Hong Kong. ...