HONG KONG, 1 July 2020: The Hong Kong Tourism Board hosted an online forum last week titled “Beyond Covid-19: Global Tourism’s New Normal” – the first event of its kind focusing on the post-pandemic tourism prospects for Hong Kong, Mainland,...
HONG KONG, 1 July 1 2020 – Genting Cruise Lines will restart its Dream Cruises with the cruise ship Explorer Dream operating two and three-night “Taiwan Island-Hopping” itineraries starting 26 July. Departing from Keelung and calling...
HONG KONG, 16 June  2020: Hong Kong Disneyland theme park will officially reopen 18 June 2020, with enhanced health and safety measures that comply with government guidelines. During the initial reopening phase, all guests,...
HONG KONG, 10 June 2020:  Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group has introduced an all-inclusive booking and payment system on the WeChat platform to attract more bookings from China. Guests can now book any Mandarin Oriental property...
HONG KONG, 10 June 2020: Cathay Pacific announced a recapitalisation plan, Tuesday, that will help it maintain its competitiveness and operations while continuing to support Hong Kong as an international aviation hub. This three-part plan is designed...
HONG KONG, 1 June 2020: Three members of the Swire Hotels senior management team move to new roles effective today. Brian Williams, Toby Smith, and Dean Winter have all worked with the company for over...
HONG KONG, 12 May 2020: The Heritage Tourism Brands group, that brings Hong Kong-based luxury hotel brands under one promotional flag, launched this week a video to inspire visitors to visit Hong Kong. The...
HONG KONG, 29 April 2020: Hong Kong intends to make tourism touchpoints clean and sanitised to win the hearts of travellers who will demand much higher health safety in the post-Covid-19 world.  It will...
HONG KONG, 27 April 2020: Destination Asia is offering training for all of its staff across the region focusing on sustainable tourism to emphasise that  it is "not a product but a way we do business.”
HONG KONG, 1 April 2020: Hong Kong's competition watchdog will consider proposals that will level the playing field and ensure three major online travel agencies end the practice of locking accommodation providers into parity clauses that hinder market competition.