Monday, 22nd April 2024
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Changes and advancements

With the hotel business on the mend, Hong Kong Hotels Association (HKHA) chairman, Peter Wong Chak-fung, discusses opportunities and challenges the industry needs to tackle today and going forward

Ready-to-eat halal meals may improve Hong Kong’s welcome for Muslim travellers

The lack of halal restaurants in Hong Kong and easy access to Muslim-friendly meals remain a stumbling block in the destination’s efforts to court...

Wine, dine and play

The night is young again in Hong Kong, as both public and private sector organisations come together to present numerous reasons for residents and visitors to stay out late and rediscover the city’s playful side.

All that glitters

Hong Kong’s arsenal of generous subvention schemes, destination advocacy by business leaders across industries, and intensified marketing are working in unison to bring the sparkle back to Asia’s events city

Macau, Hong Kong remain confident of inbound travel despite flu situation...

The recent upsurge of multiple infectious respiratory illnesses in China may dampen the desire to travel to China, but inbound operators in Macau and...

Hong Kong’s updated attractions a big plus for cruise development

Tourism stakeholders speaking at Seatrade Cruise Asia Pacific 2023 say Hong Kong’s continued investments in events and activities for tourists are helping to position...

Hong Kong Disneyland Resort to soon freeze over – in a...

World of Frozen, the world’s first and largest Frozen themed land, will open at Hong Kong Disneyland Resort on November 20. Inspired by the Walt...

Hong Kong holds mega fam to ignite travel recovery

With travel restrictions eased, Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) initiated a mega fam trip that brought 60 travel trade representatives from Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia,...

Hong Kong to shorten hotel quarantine period

Hong Kong authorities have plans to cut hotel quarantine for overseas arrivals from seven to five days, followed by a two-day home isolation monitored...

Hong Kong eases barriers to non-residents

Foreigners who are non-residents of Hong Kong will finally be allowed to enter the special administrative region of China from next month. They will be...

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