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Cause for me to reach the MTR train I have to walk 20 mins and that is not counting waiting for the elevator down from my flat and then the walk from the train to work is another 12 mins.
I see...whereabouts do you work in central? and where do you live in yuen long>?

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I myself live in Kowloon and i head to Central for work.

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And you're just looking to move?

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Not me at the moment but the time it takes to go from one place to another does take time.

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I've moved temporarily at the Gold Coast and I really like it. But it's just to far from everything it seems. Are there any other estates similar to the Gold Coast worth looking at? We like the outdoor and the facilities, plus the convenience of the little plaza with a few restaurants and shops.

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In order to have the space needed you will usually have to go further away from the city. In the new NT in the North of Hong Kong there are many estates that can offer you that. JW

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In order to have the space needed you will usually have to go further away from the city. In the new NT in the North of Hong Kong there are many estates that can offer you that. JW
What is the new NT? Is it the Tai Po area? or Yuen Long?

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New Territories - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


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How about Yoho Midtown> More expensive, but much more convenient in my opinion. And in the future, you will have a large shopping mall at your doorstep.

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