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Does is make any diff if depart on Sat or Sunday?

malaysia
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Does is make any diff if depart on Sat or Sunday?

Im planning my trip to HK this coming November. How busy is HK during weekend? Im referring to shopping area.

Since Im travelling with 2 yr old baby, im thinking of whether to leave HK either on Sat or Sunday?

any advice.TQ

Wellington
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1. Re: Does is make any diff if depart on Sat or Sunday?

Sat and Sun are solid shoppers often. I came to a halt in Kowloon once - couldn't walk. That bad, can be.

malaysia
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2. Re: Does is make any diff if depart on Sat or Sunday?

ic, then should go back on saturday then...

TQ

Tin
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3. Re: Does is make any diff if depart on Sat or Sunday?

Sat morning (before lunch) has less people than Sat afternoon or Sun.

malaysia
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4. Re: Does is make any diff if depart on Sat or Sunday?

guess wut, ive reschedule my flight to Friday. no need to worry on the crowd then

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5. Re: Does is make any diff if depart on Sat or Sunday?

Business men travel on sunday in and out of hk for monday work, so sunday flights are usually more costly. I guess it us the same where you are going.

6. Re: Does is make any diff if depart on Sat or Sunday?

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