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Hong Kong Tourism Board Launches New “Hong Kong Convention Ambassador” Program To Revitalize The City’s MICE Industry

The Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) has launched the “Hong Kong Convention Ambassador” program with more than 100 distinguished leaders of business and professional bodies in Hong Kong to help revitalize Hong Kong’s MICE industry, after a turbulent and challenging 2020.
Tags: Travel, Hong Kong, Hong Kong Tourism Board, Hong Kong Tourism Board HKTB


The Hong Kong Tourism Board Announces Strategies To Drive Tourism Recovery And Sustainable Development

The Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) announced a series of flexible short-term and medium-to-long-term strategies to prepare for the return of tourists, attract high-yield visitors, and drive the sustainable growth of the tourism industry.
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Hong Kong Tourism Board Launches A Standardized Hygiene Protocol To Assure Visitors Of A Safe And Healthy Stay

The Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) announced today the launch of a standardized COVID-19 hygiene protocol in partnership with the Hong Kong Quality Assurance Agency (HKQAA), one of the leading conformity assessment bodies in the territory, providing unified guidelines on hygiene and anti-epidemic measures for tourism-related industries.
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Travel News: November 1, 2019

Carnival adding Alaska capacity Travel Weekly Carnival Cruise Line will put the Carnival Freedom on seven-day cruises from Seattle to Alaska in 2021 and move the Carnival Miracle to 10- and 11-day Alaska cruises from San Francisco. The moves will increase capacity in Alaska for Carnival. In the summer of 2020, Carnival will operate the 2,124-passenger Miracle and 2,124-passenger Carnival Spirit in Alaska.   Universal Announces New Florida Theme Park Will Debut in 2023 Travel Pulse Comcast offic...
Tags: Travel, Hong Kong, San Francisco, Comcast, Alaska, Universal, Seattle, United Airlines, News And Deals, Skywalker, Cathay Pacific Airways, Cathay, Hong Kong Tourism Board, Orlando Epic Universe, Orlando Sentinel Universal, Tom Schroder


This Tourism Ad Was Meant to Show a Quirky Romance. Instead, Viewers Saw Abuse

The idea of a passport being withheld by an ex-boyfriend is a haunting image for those in abusive or manipulative relationships--so it's understandable that many took issue with a new Hong Kong tourism ad that centers on that scenario. In "The Camera," part of a recent tourism campaign from the Hong Kong Tourism Board promoting...
Tags: Hong Kong, Advertising, AdFreak, Hong Kong Tourism Board


Getting to Know Hong Kong’s Sham Shui Po Neighborhood in 4 Steps

This campaign was created and sponsored by the Hong Kong Tourism Board in partnership with iambassador. LandLopers retains all editorial control of what is published and as you know, I never shy away from honest commentary. A couple of years ago I once again found myself in the bustling city of Hong Kong, a destination that has become a personal favorite in recent years. It was during a walking tour that I fully understood the importance of distinct neighborhoods in Hong Kong, something that ma...
Tags: Travel, Hong Kong, Michelin, Destinations, Sham Shui Po, Hong Kong Tourism Board, Kowloon Peninsula, Sham Shui Po Neighborhood, Sham Shui Po Located, Kowloon Sham Shui Po, Sham Shui Po MTR, Sham Shui Po Creative, Hong Kong Jockey Club Creative Arts Centre


Travel: Hong Kong is an easier way to experience exciting China

If the thought of vacationing in China causes some anxiety with all the political, economic, humanitarian and cybersecurity friction going on, not to mention the language barrier and intimidation of a culture so different, consider Hong Kong as a happy alternative. The world’s most visited city effortlessly blends East and West, and like unique sights, sounds and smells, English is omnipresent. Over 150 years of British rule will do that to a place. Those who’ve been there know how much there is...
Tags: Travel, Asia, Hong Kong, Supreme Court, California, China, Disney, Sport, Things To Do, West, Soccer, Trevor, Disneyland, Kansas City, Sam, Macau


Campaign promotes Sham Shui Po

The Tourism Board today launched a campaign to promote Sham Shui Po, a local treasure trove where people can find anything from traditional delicacies to craft supplies and historical buildings. In Sham Shui Po people can find entire streets lined with shops selling specialty items and stores where traditional handicrafts are still being made. Eateries there can also satisfy any gastronomical craving with traditional bites such as sweet pudding moulded by the shape of a bowl, black sesame cake, ...
Tags: Yau, Tourism Board, Sham Shui Po, Edward Yau, Commerce Economic Development, Hong Kong Tourism Board, Peter Lam, Savannah College of Art Design, Jockey Club Creative Arts Centre, Sham Shui Po Police Station, North Kowloon Magistracy, Shek Kip Mei Factory Estate There, Mei Ho House, Sham Shui Po Click


France a treasured HK partner

France is Hong Kong's third largest merchandise trade partner within the European Union. Last year, our bilateral merchandise trade totalled nearly $87 billion, or an increase of nearly 14% over 2016. Turning to investment, French inward direct investment into Hong Kong stood at $77 billion at the end of 2016. French companies in Hong Kong flourish and thrive. Eight-hundred French companies count Hong Kong as home and about 170 of them choose Hong Kong as their regional headquarters or offices. ...
Tags: Asia, Hong Kong, France, US, Marseille, Paris, Silicon Valley, Airbus, Shenzhen, Bordeaux, Guangdong, Gallup, HK, Carrie Lam, Matthew Cheung, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region


Carrie Lam visits France

Chief Executive Carrie Lam began her visit to France in Bordeaux yesterday. Mrs Lam visited Chateau Latour, which is more than 600 years old, to learn about the wine-making process and later toured La Cite du Vin, a cultural facility which offers visitors a unique presentation on wine in different ages, cultures and places around the world. She witnessed the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between the Hong Kong Tourism Board and the Convention & Tourism Office of Bordeaux Metropole on s...
Tags: Hong Kong, France, Bordeaux, Carrie Lam, Mrs Lam, Lam, La Cité du Vin, Hong Kong Tourism Board, Convention Tourism Office of Bordeaux Metropole


Hiking in Hong Kong: Your Ticket to Nature and the Outdoors

Look out your airplane window as you fly into Hong Kong and you can’t help but be wowed by the density of development and the sheer number of skyscrapers packed into a space the size of six Washington, DC’s. But what most people don’t realize is that Hong Kong is more than a big city. It’s an archipelago of 236 islands and islets – and a hiker and nature lover’s paradise. While locals are very keen hikers, tourists are largely unaware of the sheer number of hiking trails covering Hong Kong, i...
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Don’t miss the natural beauty of Hong Kong (it’s not all skyscrapers & dim sum)

If you’re planning a trip to Hong Kong, you’re probably thinking of dim sum, skyscrapers and stunning Victoria Peak views. These are all fun and worthy things to explore on your Hong King vacation. However, far from the hustle and bustle of the city, there are beautiful beaches, marshes, wetlands teeming with life, and plenty of outdoor adventures. Did you know that three-quarters of Hong Kong’s 1,108 square kilometers of land is rural and nearly pristine? I didn’t know it either until Craig and...
Tags: Travel, Asia, Hong Kong, Time Magazine, National Geographic, Craig, Destinations, Outdoor Adventures, Buddha, Don, Lantau, New Territories, Sai Kung, Victoria Peak, Hong Kong Island, Buddha Monastery


Getting Back to Nature in Hong Kong

Given the famous hustle and bustle of Hong Kong, one doesn’t necessarily expect many outdoors adventures when visiting. However, that is far from being the case. Hong Kong isn’t a singular place; it’s actually made up of Hong Kong Island, the Kowloon Peninsula, the New Territories and over 200 offshore islands. Getting out and enjoying nature is one of the great secrets locals have tried to keep to themselves, but visitors like me have discovered the incredible beauty of Hong Kong away from the...
Tags: Travel, Hong Kong, Destinations, Buddha, Lantau Island, Lantau, New Territories, Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong Tourism Board, GreatOutdoorsHK, NaturalHK, Kowloon Peninsula, Tai O


HKTB: Explore Old Town Central

Hong Kong Tourism Board continues its promotion of Old Town Central, a revamp of the two oldest neighbourhoods in Hong Kong, with an immersive installation that blends art, history and technology. The “Explore Old Town Central” immersive installation showcases detailed illustrations that capture all the characteristics of Old Town Central – from art, heritage, dining and culture. Simply hover your hands above the 8 key hotspots on the map to be taken there and interact with di...
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Hong Kong Tourism Board - The Art of Introducing Old Town Central to the World from Grey Hong Kong

Central and Sheung Wan are two of the oldest neighborhoods in Hong Kong, reflecting a history of over a 100 years, as well as recently being transformed into one of the hippest districts in the city. This is an area where past and present, East and West, coexist and collide.There are numerous colonial monuments, temples, art galleries, antique stores, street art displays, restaurants, rooftop bars, local delicacies, and many other hidden gems at every turn, representing the diverse elements of h...
Tags: Hong Kong, Featured, Advertising, West, Art and design, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong Tourism Board, Grey Hong Kong


Arts & Performance | Hong Kong Tourism Board

View all of Lee Gardens' shops and explore an astounding selection of fashion, beauty, dining and lifestyle options in Lee Gardens now!
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Hong Kong Tourism Board: Trendy fashion and entertainment

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Hong Kong Tourism Board: Gourmet dining

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Hong Kong Tourism Board’s Global Campaign Invites Travellers to Experience Hong Kong through Local Eyes

“The world isn’t getting smaller, it’s getting closer. Especially in the world of tourism, where destinations are lost in the sea of sameness. In a heightened competitive landscape, how can Hong Kong stand out?” Developed in tandem with Grey Group Hong Kong, the ‘Best of All, It’s In Hong Kong’ global campaign by the Hong Kong Tourism Board invites citizens of the world to experience Hong Kong through the eyes of its locals. A bustling metropolis, a land of breath-taking contrasts with cultural...
Tags: Hong Kong, Advertising, Asia Pacific, Travel & Tourism, Food And Drink, Sylvia G, Hong Kong Tourism Board


SJ promotes HK in Thailand

Secretary for Justice Rimsky Yuen highlighted Hong Kong's role as the gateway between the Mainland and the world, including Thailand, at events in Bangkok today. Leading a delegation comprising legal and dispute resolution professionals, he also promoted Hong Kong's international legal and dispute resolution services.      Opening the Hong Kong Trade Development Council's "In Style.Hong Kong" symposium, Mr Yuen said: "Hong Kong's strengths, including our unique position as the gateway to Mainlan...
Tags: Asia, Hong Kong, Thailand, Bangkok, Mainland, Mainland China, HK, Rimsky Yuen, Yuen, Hong Kong Trade Development Council, Hong Kong Tourism Board


Rimsky Yuen to visit Bangkok

Secretary for Justice Rimsky Yuen will lead a delegation to visit Bangkok from October 5 to 7 to promote Hong Kong's international legal and dispute resolution services. He will officiate at the opening ceremony of "In Style.Hong Kong" organised by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council and officiate at its gala dinner. He will speak at the thematic session on "Legal Risk Management: Key to International Trade & Investment" which is part of the "In Style.Hong Kong" symposium. Mr Yuen will then ...
Tags: Hong Kong, Bangkok, Rimsky Yuen, Yuen, Hong Kong Trade Development Council, Hong Kong Tourism Board


Sports events to draw tourists

Financial Secretary John TsangCycling is clearly becoming more and more popular in Hong Kong. It is now common to see kitted-up cyclists and families enjoying the expanding network of cycling tracks around the city. This is the second year the Hong Kong Tourism Board organises this mega event. The Government has provided funding to expand the scale of this year's event, with a nice mix of activities designed for both amateurs and professionals. One of our home-grown athletes, Cheung King-lok, wh...
Tags: Hong Kong, John Tsang, Hong Kong Tourism Board, Hong Kong Cyclothon


Celestial Tiger, Endemol Buddy Up for ‘BROcation’

Asian channels operator Celestial Tiger Entertainment is to move further into the original production business with structured reality show ‘The Ultimate BROcation.” The show will be produced by Endemol Shine and be sponsored by the Hong Kong Tourism Board. The five-episode series will follow the adventures of four celebrities from four different Southeast Asian countries... Read more »
Tags: Asia, TV, News, Global, Production, Celestial Tiger Entertainment, Endemol Shine, Andy Chang, Hong Kong Tourism Board


Gregory So promotes HK in Dalian

Secretary for Commerce & Economic Development Gregory So today attended a series of events in Dalian to promote Hong Kong's priority industries and culture as well as its trendy and creative products. The events were under the Savouring Hong Kong.Liaoning 2016 programme co-hosted by the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government and the People's Government of Liaoning Province. Speaking at the events' opening ceremony Mr So said the HKSAR Government and the Hong Kong Tourism Board have c...
Tags: Hong Kong, HK, Hong Kong Trade Development Council, HKSAR, Liaoning, Dalian, HKSAR Government, Hong Kong Tourism Board


Upgrades coming for HK Disneyland

Hong Kong Disneyland will open new attractions to draw tourists, including a new Iron Man-themed area and an exploration-themed hotel. Speaking on the opening of Shanghai Disneyland today, Secretary for Commerce & Economic Development Gregory So told reporters Hong Kong Disneyland will continue to expand its range of attractions. He said the focus of Hong Kong Disneyland and Shanghai Disneyland is different. He said Hong Kong Disneyland caters to international tourists, while its Shanghai counte...
Tags: Hong Kong, Shanghai, Mainland, Hong Kong Disneyland, Commerce Economic Development Gregory So, Tourism Board, Shanghai Disneyland, HK Disneyland, Hong Kong Tourism Board, Hong Kong Cyclothon


17 Affordable Hong Kong Hotels You Can Stay At For Under S$200 Per Night

Hong Kong’s accommodation is notorious for its exorbitant prices. Most globally recognised hotel brands located in the heart of this cosmopolitan city charge a hefty amount for a one-night stay, and let’s face it – not everyone is willing or able to spend that excessive amount of money on comfortable lodging. The saving grace is that Hong Kong is pretty big and there is no lack of accommodation choices actually. But if you look further beyond the Central Business District area and search for le...
Tags: Travel, Hong Kong, US, Tai Chi, Anthropology, Mong Kok, Editorial, Hotel Review, Wan Chai, Southern, Morrison, Agoda, Tseung Kwan, Eaton, Tsim Sha Tsui, Nathan


Out of the fire, into the water

Fire fighters are renowned for keeping themselves fit. But their good health ethic is not just for rescuing people. The Fire Services Department West Dragon Boat Team has been busy preparing for this month's Hong Kong International Dragon Boat Races. The team was formed in 2008 and now has more than 30 members, including new and retired firemen. Team coach Lai Wai-ho said dragon boat racing is similar to the officers' firefighting duties in that it emphasises team spirit, and he encourages them ...
Tags: Hong Kong, Australia, Lai, Fire Services Department, FSD, Hong Kong Tourism Board


Rugby fever gets rolling

Three classic open-top trams have been turned into mobile bars to spread the festive atmosphere during the Hong Kong Sevens. The Tourism Board, the Rugby Union and Hong Kong Tramways worked together to convert the trams. They will trundle through Hong Kong's most iconic areas from April 6 to 10, offering sights, drinks, music, games and gifts. Unveiling the trams today, Secretary for Commerce & Economic Development Gregory So said the Rugby Sevens is a highlight of Hong Kong's event calendar, at...
Tags: Asia, Hong Kong, Tourism Board, Hong Kong Tourism Board, Tourism Board the Rugby Union, Hong Kong Tramways


HK to promote fly-cruise tourism

The Government will allocate additional resources to the Tourism Board to partner with international cruise lines to promote fly-cruise programmes, Secretary for Commerce & Economic Development Gregory So says. Speaking at the Three Queens in Town Celebration Party reception today, Mr So said the arrival of Cunard Line's current fleet of the Queen Mary 2, Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth in the past two days demonstrates Hong Kong's appeal as a cruise passenger destination as well as a turnaro...
Tags: Hong Kong, Victoria, Queen Elizabeth, Queen Mary, HK, Tourism Board, Three Queens in Town Celebration Party, Hong Kong Tourism Board, Runway Park Pier