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QANTAS: Hong Kong Return from Adel $482, Brisbane $496, Melb $498, Sydney $498, Hobart $500, Canberra $526 @ IWTF

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Qantas is having a sale on flights to Hong Kong. Travel in Oct - Nov/19 and late Feb - May/20. Bags and Meals included. Flights are direct from Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane. Departures from Adelaide have the option of flying direct on Cathay Pacific for $482 return ($486 for Qantas).

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$496 Return Brisbane to Hong Kong Flights. Click Here for more travel dates.
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$498 Return Sydney to Hong Kong Flights. Click Here for more travel dates.
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  • Please keep comments on topic. Users who are using these deals to personally attack others, troll or spread rubbish may have their comments removed and/or their account penalised.

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      Agree. Many are too sensitive with political topics. Perhaps fine in itself if people are actually doing things to make real changes, not being a keyboard warrior with random comments and/or casually click online "petitions".

    • +1 vote

      Let us have fun for a while can we? :)

  • +32 votes

    Sounds dangerous

    • +10 votes

      It's not. I was there a month ago and it's safe. Protests are planned in advance and well organised. Just don't go near it and you will be fine. Still plenty of things to do and Disneyland is fun :)

      • +17 votes

        Disneyland and Ocean Park is so much better due to the lack of international visitors. In general, a lot of stores, restaurants, and hotels are struggling - so this is the best time to visit. Just avoid certain areas at night. Most protestors won’t even look at you (unless you provoke them with pro-CCP stuff). All of their targets are aimed at pro-CCP supporters). On the other hand, the police and some gangsters - if you see them, don’t run, just walk aside or into a 7 Eleven.

        • +25 votes

          Probably doesn't help if you have a Chinese face and can't speak Cantonese

          • +6 votes

            @maolin95: yea. hate crimes are rampant now. if you call your self "Chinese" or speak mandarin you'll get your head smashed in. like that JPmorgan banker.

            • -2 votes

              @Creamsoda: He said a lot more than that.

              Just don’t state that Hong Kong is “part of China” or that “we’re all Chinese”, and you’ll be fine (no matter what your personal viewpoint on self-determination).

              Hong Kongers have their own identity now, and don’t want to be lumped in with Mainlanders at all.

              There are no “hate crimes” just a hatred of certain viewpoints that most Mainlanders have. Don’t mention them and you’ll be just fine.

              • +2 votes

                @DisabledUser77742: your reply is full of hypocrisy and contradictions. Look up what democracy and freedom of speech means? democracy doesn't give you the right to do what ever the hell you want and smash who ever the hell you want. nor do any one under democracy needs to put a caveat on what they can and cannot say.

          • +6 votes

            @maolin95: Just pretend you don't speak Mando lol.. I won't be going to HK anytime soon. Not worth it right now

        • +1 vote

          Why is Causeway Bay a hotspot then? I think targets are not just chosen if pro-CCP, but also for destruction and international attention.

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          Is lan kwai fong affected during the protest?

  • +40 votes

    ..in the unlikely event of an emergency, the oxygen masks will drop….do not put them on

  • +7 votes

    Can you actually get out of the Airport?

  • +1 vote

    lol,I will consider traveling to HongKong only if you pay me $500.

  • +3 votes

    I'm guessing one way only?

  • +3 votes

    Their status on smarttraveler has been elevated to high level of caution (yellow).

    • +8 votes

      To be fair, a lot of places are marked high level of caution but people go all the time (eg the Philippines)

      • +47 votes

        Punchbowl in Sydney is probably higher than that.

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          What's there in punchbowl? I'm still relatively new to Sydney and would like to go exploring.

          • +14 votes

            @Homr: skip the middleman and head straight to the hospital if you want to explore there.

          • +1 vote

            @Homr: Nothing much, just a couple of my Lebanese brothers 😁

          • +9 votes

            @Homr: Punchbowl's fine but not my favourite suburb if you want to explore the west. Western Sydney has a bad reputation but it's mostly by people who are scared of their own shadows and its fine in reality. If you want some more interesting Western Sydney suburbs than Punchbowl (especially for brilliant food), Cabramatta, Harris Park, Merrylands, Auburn, Eastwood (although arguable if Eastwood is West) are all more interesting than Punchbowl.

            I'm on a quest to visit and blog every single suburb in Sydney (my site is www.SydneyCompletion.com) so I spend my weekends checking out the suburbs. Since you're new to Sydney, you may enjoy having a read of the site for some inspiration. Feel free to PM me for tips!

            Other interesting places (not in the west) you may like to explore are Kyeemagh (beachside suburb near the airport), Paddington (fancy Inner City suburb) and La Perouse (gorgeous southeast suburb with Colonial & Aboriginal history).

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            @Homr: try Penrith too

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          What's wrong with Punchbowl?

      • +3 votes

        To be fair, a lot of places are marked high level of caution but people go all the time (eg the Philippines)

        Most of China is green though, except Tibet and Xinjiang (yellow). And people think China is the scariest place on earth who will lock you up if you say something they don't like. Still green except two provinces.

        Philippines is a combination of yellow, orange, and red probably because of Duterte's war on drugs and extra-judicial killings which I am not sure are still happening or not.

    • -6 votes

      Racist.

  • +7 votes

    Finally something sensible to claim my $450 AmEx travel credit on! Thank you OP.
    Edit: if only AmEx listed the same prices :-(

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      Only $50 more I'd call that reasonable premium. But try your luck, call them and request price match

  • +12 votes

    $500 flights +$1million insurance

    • +4 votes

      Insurance won't cover war or terrorist attacks.

      • -1 vote

        Lucky there’s none of that affecting tourists Hong Kong then (unless your idea of a holiday is standing around all night outside closed Bank of China offices).

        • +3 votes

          Do you know they smashed all maxim bakery shops as well?
          Anyone does not agree with those riots are their targets.

          I have an ongoing project in HK.
          All the contractors can’t work on site, as their insurance companies won’t cover them at the current condition.

          • -1 vote

            @DisabledUser186043: The Maxim founders’ daughter shouldn’t have insulted Hong Kongers then.

            It’s a revolution. It’s inconvenient. But it’s not unsafe for average people.

            • -3 votes

              @DisabledUser77742: She stands with laws and justice.
              Stop defending those criminals.

            • +4 votes

              @DisabledUser77742: There have been many successful boycotting stories but none of them involved voilences. Silencing people who don't agree with you using violence and force is something you should be fighting against not employ yourself.
              Those who lives by the sword, dies by the sword.

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        Or civil unrest.

  • +8 votes

    Let's go and support the protesters before the Commies "pacify" them.

  • +2 votes

    Does this come with a starters pack for first time protesters?

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    It could actually be a good way to get into Macau economically. Or the outer regions wouldn't be affected i.e. a boat trip around the islands and coasts.

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      CC, interesting idea to Macau, can get their easily from HKG airport?

      • +1 vote

        There's a direct ferry from the airport that takes near an hour to get to Macau. I took a ferry from the main city (Kowloon) and it was roughly AUS$65-70 return (it's more expensive if it's peak hours i.e. start of the day). Or you can get a bus.

  • +11 votes

    The only place that attacking police won't be prosecuted.

  • +8 votes

    People should go and support the citizens.
    They are putting up a good fight.

    • +1 vote

      yeah you go do that mate.

    • -5 votes

      just like how some people went to support ISIS?

      • +4 votes

        You mean the Weibo users from Mainland China who supported 911 because Adam Silver defended Daryl Morey's freedom of expressions?

        • -1 vote

          This is China's special expression for freedom speech…..They don't understand it because they don't have it.

    • +4 votes

      How about we support the local protesters in Australia first by writing to your local representatives condemning the government's actions towards the protesters?
      http://theconversation.com/cattle-prods-and-welfare-cuts-mou...
      Time to exercise democracy instead of just talking about it.

      Or you can consider supporting the protesters in the UK
      https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2019/oct/05/london-p...
      https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2019/oct/14/police-b...

      • -2 votes

        I accidentally clicked "+" before clicking the link, No ! I don't agree with the protesters harassing our poor farmers and definitely agree with proposal in docking the pretestors' welfare payments.

        • +1 vote

          So if I don't agree with the protesters' opinion then it is okay to pass laws targeting at protesters and prevent them from protesting and arrest them but if I agree then carry on and nothing is off limit? Doesn't sound like democracy at all.

          • -1 vote

            @cjtk: If the protesters don't cause disruptions to other people who choose to live and work and go about their daily life I have more respect and sympathy to them, to use the tactics they used recently its a definite NO to me.
            In a true democracy I probably should have my say about not using my tax to pay welfare to these people, they can really go and find a job to support themselves and their families and protest at their own time without disrupting the others.

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              @sistermay: So you are not okay with HK protesters causing disruptions to other people then? Those store fronts they smashed? Stations burnt and blocked? Sections of road closed?
              Also did you actually read the article? Welfare payment is the least of concern.

              "Her government is now fast-tracking new legislation that would mean possessing a locking device could lead to a jail term of up to two years, or a fine of up to $6,000."

              "What’s more, NSW Police have imposed stringent bail conditions on protesters, traditionally used with members of bikie gangs. The bail conditions prevent them from “going near, or contacting or trying to go near or contact (except through a legal representative) any members of the group Extinction Rebellion”. They’re also not allowed to be within 2.5 kilometres of Sydney’s CBD."

              So they can't participate in protests

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    Does travel insurance cover civil unrest?

  • +14 votes

    Considering the potential constant inconvenience, I find the $500 price mark hard to justify. I got the same deal at the beginning of 2018, and thought perhaps $400 or even $300 would be justifiable prices in light of recent events.

  • +6 votes

    Don't wear black or them CCP will whack you indiscriminately

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