Hong Kong Budget Guest House Review Part 2

We compare and review this budget $30 room in Jordan Station to the $25 room in Tsim Sha Tsui at Chungking Mansions. Simply Hostel. Definite pros and cons to each of these locations. Please subscribe and check back every Saturday for our budget Hong Kong Travel series.

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21 Replies to “Hong Kong Budget Guest House Review Part 2”

  1. Checkout our previous $20 room review in Hong Kong that we are referring to below if you are interested in finding the cheapest option in Hong Kong to spend all that money you saved on delicious food! https://youtu.be/BwWvyA086Vk

  2. Chung king mansion isn't for me, never felt comfortable there. Prefer Jordan area. Lots of food choices within walking distance.

    Jia jia dessert is great.

  3. I'm staying there for two days next week and don't really know what to expect based on the booking site photos, so thanks for your review!

  4. when you need to stay in a cheap place, go to ikea and buy a set of linens. use that instead of the house linens. throw out when finished.

  5. Nice video as always. Got a great laugh from that comment about stern father with few words. Next time you're in HK, you might want to check out Kowloon City, the little Thailand of HK. Keep up the good work! https://www.thaiworldview.com/hongkong/thai/kowloonsing.htm

  6. wow, that is high and that with a normal railing on the balcony..that is smart to change your card, to charge your batteries..man, those are small rooms in that hotel, and no outside window..that other hotel was better..haha it's as big as my clothes closet at home..wow, that's expensive for that magazine $25 😳… that's true what Mayu says, that's why we all love Thailand… it was a good video again, so as always👍up from me

  7. Man, the size of the room. And the closeness of the bathroom to the bed. That situation calls for when you're doin' your business in the bathroom and someone is in the other room, you turn on the faucet! LOL!!!!!!!! And I would tell the other person to turn on the TV. HAHAHA!!!!!!

    Because, if I'm traveling with my gf, or even with my wife (I'm single), I would be like, "Yo, you might wanna turn on the TV…" Then she'll hear the faucet running.

    And to continue our chat from the recent live stream, here's my Fuchiko. LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


  8. I will visit Hong Kong in October for 7 days experiencing how locals stay. Hotel price is much higher than China main cities like Xian, Changsha, Kunming.

  9. Hong Kong is not known as a country that likes to smile. Perhaps they are so caught up with their busy city life that they forget how to smile.

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