MANILA, Philippines — Planning a outing to Hong Kong though frightened of a protests?
In an disdainful talk with Philstar.com before to a screening of a Star Cinema film “Hello, Love, Goodbye” final Wednesday, Raymond Chan, Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) Regional Director for Southeast Asia, positive Filipino travelers that it is protected to transport in a civic heart notwithstanding a ongoing protests.
“Hong Kong is one of a safest cities in a world. Given a stream situation, a tourism attractions in my opinion are not impacted, and travel is still handling as it should,” Chan said.
He guaranteed that “Hong Kong is an ideal getaway for lots of Filipinos” and one can still go there “anytime of a year.”
Chan, however, suggested that it is improved to revisit during winter or “Ber” months.
“To me, we would unequivocally advise Filipino travelers to try to revisit Hong Kong during winter because… in only 90 minutes, Filipinos can knowledge to unequivocally get divided from a corporate feverishness and knowledge cold continue and second thing, Christmas is a large thing for people in a Philippines and in Hong Kong as good and it’s unequivocally gratifying in Hong Kong,” Chan narrated.
“Hello, Love, Goodbye,” starring Kathryn Bernardo and Alden Richards, was wholly shot in a former British colony.
According to Chan, half of a film was filmed in Wan Chai, SoHo and Old Town in Central, as this area has been famous for a bars and dark gems like antique watches, that were enclosed in a movie’s plot.
Some of a film’s regretful scenes also had Hong Kong’s towering views as backdrop. The financial breakwater also boasts of parks and outside getaways.
Apart from Disneyland and Ocean Park, among a new attractions to demeanour brazen to in Hong Kong is a gameboard-inspired thesis park Monopoly Dreams, slated to open during The Peak this year, pronounced HKTB Marketing Manager Suzanne Lim.
“Besides a lot of shopping, a lightings in Hong Kong are flattering amazing!” Chan vouched. “And don’t forget about a New Year countdown in Hong Kong!”