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Looking for Citronella Candles

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    MLBW Guest

    Looking for Citronella Candles

    Where can I buy Citronella Candles in HK? Any Ideas?

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    happyvalleygirl is offline Registered User
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    There is a candle shop on Lyndhurst Terrace. I think they would sell them in there.

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    I have recently bought some in Jervisbay Barbecue in Ap Lei Chau - they had a wide range of citronella candles which included glass ones and clay ones.

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    sorry for my ignorance ,but would appreciate ,why use of Citronella candles ,is it for some specific purpose ....

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    Keeps the mosquitos at bay...

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    oh grt thanks Bumps
    So could i burn it in my balcony and it will kepp the bees away ,since now i am not able to keep my balcony door in the fear of attracting the bee to come right inside
    Have a mini garden in my balcony !!!!

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    Thanks for the suggestions. Does anyone who lives away from Central out in Kowloon or the New Territories (not Sai Kung as I have never been there as I never have a reason to go) have any suggestions as I rarely go to Central. I actually live out near Yuen Long and my trips take me mainly to around Kwun Tong and HK Island East. So, has anyone see Citronella around there?

    For the shop on Lynhurst Terrace, how much do the candles cost?

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    You can also try a Citronella plant. They smell wonderful and last longer! I got mine from my local flower stall in the wet market.

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