Some liken the Penny’s Bay Quarantine Centre to a prison, but it doesn’t have to be if you know what to pack to make your stay a more enjoyable one. Photo: Dickson Lee Some liken the Penny’s Bay Quarantine Centre to a prison, but it doesn’t have to be if you know what to pack to make your stay a more enjoyable one. Photo: Dickson Lee
Some liken the Penny’s Bay Quarantine Centre to a prison, but it doesn’t have to be if you know what to pack to make your stay a more enjoyable one. Photo: Dickson Lee

10 Hong Kong quarantine hacks to help you survive: pack alcohol, snacks, candles, and a SIM card - there’s no Wi-fi

  • Devote your luggage space to snacks and condiments, not clothes – you won’t be going anywhere and you may find the food at Penny’s Bay Quarantine Centre bland
  • There’s no Wi-fi – bring a SIM card with plenty of data – but there is a television with a HMDI port to plug in your laptop and watch films like a king or queen

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Some liken the Penny’s Bay Quarantine Centre to a prison, but it doesn’t have to be if you know what to pack to make your stay a more enjoyable one. Photo: Dickson Lee Some liken the Penny’s Bay Quarantine Centre to a prison, but it doesn’t have to be if you know what to pack to make your stay a more enjoyable one. Photo: Dickson Lee
Some liken the Penny’s Bay Quarantine Centre to a prison, but it doesn’t have to be if you know what to pack to make your stay a more enjoyable one. Photo: Dickson Lee
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