Be it hostel students, office-goers or even a group of friends celebrating a birday, food delivery services in Hong Kong offer you a with a platter of options. However, let me assure that they are not always as piping hot and delicious as they are advertised to be. Ranging from high-quality to not, food delivery services have to battle against time, quality maintenance, traffic and harsh weather conditions to deliver food to your doorstep or office. Hence, customers may have to face some blunders now and then. Let’s compare the stories of some food delivery biggies – Foodpanda, Deliveroo and UberEats.
Last Updated: March 11, 2018
For my first international trip with my friends, Hong Kong turned out to be a hit. As promised, I would be sharing with you my 4D3N Hong Kong Itinerary and how we managed to keep it under PHP20,000. This would be a mid-level travel guide – private rooms, private bathrooms, paid attractions, and all that. I would try to be as detailed as I could, and at the bottom of this post, you could get a detailed 4D3N Hong Kong itinerary and cost calculator FOR FREE.
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For a small country with a population of 7 million, space is an issue in Hong Kong. I’ve read reviews after reviews saying that the hostel rooms in Hong Kong are really just tight enough to fit in a bed and if you’re lucky enough, you and your roommates can stand at the same time in the small space. That’s most likely the scenarios for travelers unless they want to cash out the big bucks to spend a night in a hotel room.
Last day in Hong Kong! Time flies when you’re having fun (and away from any responsibilities like work). I have to admit that I don’t want to leave the place. I ended up loving Hong Kong’s quirks and was already looking forward to my next visit.
We only had one destination for the day (Lantau Island) so it was pretty chill but we were packed and ready to go by 7 AM. The staff at the hostel advised us to just leave our baggage at our lockers near our destination since it’s only minutes away from the airport rather than circling back to the hostel just to pick it up. Really good advice! We might have missed our flight if we circled back to the hostel.
The Disney princess in me was so elated once we arrived at Hong Kong Disneyland. I felt like I was going to cry because I’ve never actually thought I’ll be able to visit this place when I was a kid. It’s so amazing to see the fruits of my hard work (and my parents’) as I stepped foot on the place. I really felt like the happiest girl on Earth. Okay, enough drama, but I felt like I accomplished something back there.