Hong Kong tourism preps for recovery as arrival control measures lifted
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.