I Went To Hong Kong During The October 2019 Protest Period And I Felt Totally Safe

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I had booked my trip early just when the 2019 Hong Kong protests first started, with a sudden drop in airfare. Thinking that the protests would be over soon, I just went ahead to book my ticket, taking advantage of the cheap price. Alas, 4 months later, things are still out of the norm, but I decided to go ahead on my trip anyway since I’ve already booked my flight. I did already prepare for a different Hong Kong to what I know it of though, but what was supposed to be feelings of anxiety and lots of inconvenience turned out to be the opposite of what I had expected.

NOTE: This page and statement is not an assurance of safety or a declaration of warranty if you so decide to go to Hong Kong for your next trip. RailTravel Station is not responsible for your own decisions in planning and embarking on your next trip. You should check your own country’s and insurance’s advisories and make your own independent decision to decide on a trip.

Follow my trip to Hong Kong and Macau during the October 2019 protest period here:

NOTE: This page and statement is not an assurance of safety or a declaration of warranty if you so decide to go to Hong Kong for your next trip. RailTravel Station is not responsible for your own decisions in planning and embarking on your next trip. You should check your own country’s and insurance’s advisories and make your own independent decision to decide on a trip.

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