Australian teacher Dilan Abeynarayana and his wife Abigail set up Hong Kong House Swap (Non Commercial) on Facebook in February. Photo: Courtesy of Dilan Abeynarayana Australian teacher Dilan Abeynarayana and his wife Abigail set up Hong Kong House Swap (Non Commercial) on Facebook in February. Photo: Courtesy of Dilan Abeynarayana
Australian teacher Dilan Abeynarayana and his wife Abigail set up Hong Kong House Swap (Non Commercial) on Facebook in February. Photo: Courtesy of Dilan Abeynarayana

Home swapping and why these people love living in others’ houses: it’s free, convenient and great for families

  • With Covid-19 travel restrictions ongoing, many looking for a change of scene have turned to swapping homes with like-minded staycationers
  • Swapping can work out much better than a hotel or rented accommodation for parents with young children who exchange with similar families

Topic |   Hong Kong staycation
Australian teacher Dilan Abeynarayana and his wife Abigail set up Hong Kong House Swap (Non Commercial) on Facebook in February. Photo: Courtesy of Dilan Abeynarayana Australian teacher Dilan Abeynarayana and his wife Abigail set up Hong Kong House Swap (Non Commercial) on Facebook in February. Photo: Courtesy of Dilan Abeynarayana
Australian teacher Dilan Abeynarayana and his wife Abigail set up Hong Kong House Swap (Non Commercial) on Facebook in February. Photo: Courtesy of Dilan Abeynarayana
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