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Shui Wo Sports Center – Direction

By SARUN SAELEE

Shui Wo Sports Center (瑞和街體育館) is located on 8th and 9th floors of the Shui Wo Street Municipal Services Building, 9 Shui Wo Street, Kwun Tong. From the Kwun Tong MTR station, it takes about 15 minutes to walk.

Start at the exit A1 of the Kwun Tong station. Upon the exit, take two crosswalks at traffic lights and walk to McDonald’s.

Shui Wo direction

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Posted by on 29/02/2012 in Badminton in Hong Kong

 

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Hong Kong Park Sports Center – Review

By SARUN SAELEE

*This review is applicable to badminton only*

Hong Kong Park Sports Center (香港公園體育館) provides one activity room, one fitness room, one table tennis room and one multi-purpose main arena, which can be converted into two basketball courts, two volleyball courts, two netball courts or eight badminton courts. It is a bit far from the Admiralty MTR station but the way to the sports center is not that difficult. Please refer to the previous entry “Hong Kong Park Sports Center – Direction”.

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Posted by on 25/02/2012 in Badminton in Hong Kong

 

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Hong Kong Park Sports Center – Direction

By SARUN SAELEE

Hong Kong Park Sports Center (香港公園體育館) is located at 29, Cotton Tree Drive, Central. The sports center is opposite Peak Tram Terminus. From the Admiralty MTR station, it takes about 15 minutes to walk.

Start at the exit C1 of the Admiralty station. Upon the exit, just turn around to take the escalator to the first floor of Queenway Plaza.

Direction to Hong Kong Park Sports Center 1

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Posted by on 23/02/2012 in Badminton in Hong Kong

 

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Hong Kong Badminton Club – Place for fun, place of joy

By SARUN SAELEE


The Hong Kong Badminton Club is one of the social badminton clubs in Hong Kong, which is open for all badminton players around the world.

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Posted by on 21/02/2012 in Badminton in Hong Kong

 

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How to play badminton in HK part V: Sign up for games in HK Forum

By SARUN SAELEE

Congratulations! Now, you have come to the final part of the “How to play badminton in HK” episode. In this step, I am going to guide you how to register yourself for a game in the Hong Kong Forum website. Let’s begin.

First, after logging into the website, you can choose whatever badminton sessions you want from many threads.

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Posted by on 18/02/2012 in Badminton in Hong Kong

 

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How to play badminton in HK part IV: Get free 50 posts for PM in HK Forum

By SARUN SAELEE

Before the hosts in Hong Kong Forum will allow you to join their arranged badminton sessions, they will usually ask you to send them your contacts, especially mobile number in Hong Kong, through the personal message system or PM. If you miss this required process, they will certainly not provide you, particularly non-Chinese speakers, with any games.

You may ask why it must be made via PM only. The answer is simple. The website does not allow you to post and show any email addresses as well as telephone numbers. Why makes it important? That is because the hosts just want to make sure that you will certainly show up on a court.

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Posted by on 15/02/2012 in Badminton in Hong Kong

 

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How to play badminton in HK part III: Game information in HK Forum

By SARUN SAELEE

Now, you should already have your own username and password to log in into the Hong Kong Forum website. If not, please refer to the previous entry, Registration of Hong Kong Forum, in the second part of this ‘How to play badminton in HK’ series.

For this step, you will be asked to learn some need-to-know information about badminton sessions held by local organizers in the website. This would help you make a right decision on the games participation later on.

Let’s begin with the login process for the Hong Kong Forum.

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Posted by on 11/02/2012 in Badminton in Hong Kong

 

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