Travellers Friendship Hostel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTravellers Friendship Hostel Hong Kong
cheapest place you can find in HK, 70 dollars no matter weekend or public holiday, nice old lady owning and running the place but there was a lot of her stuff in rooms, some bugs and smell was not so good too. if you dont mind kind of low standard this is place for you.
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