Hong Kong tourism preps for recovery as arrival control measures lifted

Thursday, 05 Jan, 2023 0

Hong Kong tourism is set to fully resume as the HK government lifts arrival control measures for inbound travelers.

It also scrapped the Vaccine Pass.

Dr Pang Yiu-kai, Chairman of the HKTB said, “The new measures mark a key milestone for tourism revival.”

“Visitors can now fully enjoy the diverse offerings of Hong Kong tourism.”

The move is expected to see increased seat capacity into Hong Kong.

Macau-Hong Kong ferry services resume this weekend.

Inbound travellers to Hong Kong only require a negative result from a PCR test within 48 hours or a rapid antigen test within 24 hours before departure.

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Learn more about :   Hong Kong Tourism Board ( Asia Pecific )  


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