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Discussion in 'General Discussion | Travel' started by uggboy, Sep 29, 2014.
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Hotels in Hong Kong Are Open But Cautious as Protests Continue
Depending on where you are in hong kong there could be an issue with the hotel and the demonstrations. I just hope that the demonstrations remain peaceful.
At the moment the protests are concentrated around Central and Admiralty. Yes, I hope they remain peaceful and democracy shall prevail, that's something China has promised and I hope they will keep to their word.
From what I understand they weren't all that peaceful. Our office in the area is in crisis mode and the situation is considered as "denial of access"
I believe @marcwint55 had quite the adventure getting into the Conrad out there.
HK is certainly not anything like Thailand
after living there for several years, I applaud any sort of political action or protest that does not involve the typical daily life of shopping, eating Cantonese food or chasing some business deal
Have award travel booked in late November for Hong Kong (and staying at the MO). Keeping a watchful eye.
And here I thought Bangkok was going to be the problem city on the itinerary.
Other than a little inconvenience, we had no real problems in Hong Kong. i actually joined the protesters for a bit as I sympathize with their cause. They were all quite pleasant and the police had greatly over-reacted earlier when using tear gas. The protests with quite peaceful and the police eventually backed off.