As of Tuesday 2 December, the streets of Hong Kong remain relatively quiet with many roads opening again and businesses resuming normal service. The number of protesters visible on the streets has significantly diminished with just two protest sites remaining. These sites are now centered in Causeway Bay and Admiralty near the main government legislative offices on Hong Kong Island. The demonstration site in Mong Kok, Kowloon has now been cleared.
There was some hostility between protestors and the police in Admiralty late on Sunday evening as the police attempted to clear the protest site directly in front of the main government building. The situation has since calmed down, however, the government has announced they will clear the Causeway Bay site later this week with Admiralty to follow later in the month. We therefore currently advise visitors to keep away from the protest sites in Causeway Bay and Admiralty.
Transfers and shuttle bus services to and from Hong Kong Airport are running as per normal schedule, though minor delays can be expected on the roads surrounding the affected areas. The MTR is running its normal service on all lines and Destination Asia tours are operating as per regular schedules.
The safety of your clientele is paramount to Destination Asia Hong Kong and we will continue to monitor the situation closely, sending updates as necessary.