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Hong Kong & beach resort

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Hong Kong & beach resort

I really want to visit HK. But 5 - 7 days is probably more than enough and its toofar to go for a week.

I understand I can get Dragonair flights to Phuket.

Are there any other practical beach resorts (travel in November) which are reachable from HKG by cheap direct flights?

Anyone tried anything like this?

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2. Re: Hong Kong & beach resort

you do realise that there is a sheraton hotel, just across the border, in china, with a private beach? the place is da mei sha - less than 100 rmb taxi from lo wu (hk side)

though in nov its not so warm.

thailand, south vn ( nha trang or further south) or phillipines (boracay - bit of a hassle getting there, or mactan area - davao if your brave)

phuket is pretty good as an all-rounder - plenty to keep you interested...

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