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Hong Kong gets on board China’s high-speed rail network

Following years of delay and cost overruns, the 26km rail link connecting Hong Kong to mainland China's high-speed rail network was finally launched on...

HKTB, Cathay Pacific extend reach into tech-savvy India with Klook partnership

The Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) and Cathay Pacific have partnered Klook, an in-destination travel booking platform giant, to woo Indian travellers. This represents a...

Walk In Hong Kong’s Sham Shui Po tour

Accompanied by Walk in Hong Kong's founder, Paul Chan, Prudence Lui is taken on a private tour to find out more about the cultural and historical side of Sham Shui Po district.

Facing the rate challenge

The Chinese are returning to Hong Kong, but this is not relieving agents of challenges they face with dynamic room rates, finds Prudence Lui.

Keeping the passion for local culture alive

Many have hopped on the bandwagon since tour trails were blazed into Hong Kong’s local enclaves. Ling Ho, a pioneer, says she has more to give when it comes to showing off Hong Kong’s authentic side

Waterfront ambitions on the rise

Hong Kong’s harbourfront is undergoing a facelift, bringing new ‘mini destinations’ to the city and injecting a new vibrancy and character to the tourism scene through events and festivals, reports Prudence Lui.

Bridging the connectivity gap

A new bridge connecting cities in the Pearl River Delta is giving Macau’s tourism sector greater hope for more FIT arrivals and longer-staying visitors.

A city still favoured

While Chinese travellers still visit Hong Kong in droves, the territory needs to stay wary of growing competition from regional destinations.

Hong Kong a bigger draw for Europeans with Pearl River Delta...

Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) is banking on the soon-to-be-operational Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge (HZMB) and Express Rail Link to attract even more European visitors...

Scoring a tourism touchdown

Singapore Rugby Sevens is firmly tackling new frontiers to grow the sport – and event– in Asia, by striking a balance between being fun and family-friendly to set itself apart from competitors, discovers Pamela Chow

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