Your thoughts on Max Savings for Nclex-RN exams in Hong Kong - page 7

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Hi! Greetings of Peace to all of you! I would like to ask the Filipinos who have already taken the nclex-rn exams and those who have valid,reliable&verifiable info on the latest travel and accommodation perks, what is the... Read More


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    hi everybody! I will be taking the NCLEX exam this september and I have no idea where to start. I plan to stay for 3 nights but i dont know any hotels.. can u please help me..thanks!
    Lan Kwai Fong and Central Park Hotel are the nearest ones but there are a lot of other hotels around if you are willing to take their mtr / train. taking the mtr is fine because there is a station very near the testing center.

    there are a lot of threads about this. you can use the search button so you can view them. there's plenty of info there. goodluck.


    I stayed at sunkong hostel. Hong Kong side I guess. Yes, near the mtr, Cuasewaybay station. Total time including travel(walk) from the hostel to the test center in my case was about 20mins.
    hey john thanks for the info. what other hostels did you consider besides sunkong? thanks.
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    For those who are in tight budget there are lots of cheap guesthouses/hostels in kowloon and causeway bay.. try to search it on yahoo or google.
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    I took my NCLEX on the 16th of June, 2007. I passed and I spent Php 12000 for the airfare and hostel. I booked 3mos in advance right after I received my ATT, I paid Php 8 500 for the round trip airfare tickets, I paid HK $250/night, about $32 a night in a hostel in Causeway Bay and i stayed for 5 days in Hong Kong. I was even able to travel to Macau and China, If you are really on a tight budget, look for a guest house instead. The hostel I stayed is about 3 MTRs away from the Grand Milleneum, about 15 minutes away, so it's not bad really.
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    Quote from Starbee
    I took my NCLEX on the 16th of June, 2007. I passed and I spent Php 12000 for the airfare and hostel. I booked 3mos in advance right after I received my ATT, I paid Php 8 500 for the round trip airfare tickets, I paid HK $250/night, about $32 a night in a hostel in Causeway Bay and i stayed for 5 days in Hong Kong. I was even able to travel to Macau and China, If you are really on a tight budget, look for a guest house instead. The hostel I stayed is about 3 MTRs away from the Grand Milleneum, about 15 minutes away, so it's not bad really.

    hi starbee, what airline and hostel did you get? thank you!
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    hi milkshake, Cebu Pacific and Sun kong hostel in causeway bay
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    Quote from reyan

    hey john thanks for the info. what other hostels did you consider besides sunkong? thanks.
    Hello reyan! Sorry didn't see your end post which was addressed to me.

    I've searched others on the internet but I relied on the info that a friend gave to me(that friend stayed at Sun Kong due to budget constraints) because I wasn't sure of the others(no testimonial from a person who stayed there that I knew).

    You will find a lot of helpful information shared by our friends here in the forum.


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