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This summer, visitors to Hong Kong can enjoy a host of gourmet happenings, shopping sprees, signature city events, and attractions’ summer programmes. Attending a large scale e-sports event is one of the must-do activities to enjoy a vibrant summer, especially for those who are young or young at heart.
By Hong Kong Tourism Board on July 18, 2019
Following the Muslim Travel Seminar held early this year for Hong Kong’s tourism and hospitality industry to better understand the needs of Muslim traveller
By Hong Kong Tourism Board on April 18, 2019
The Dragon Boat Festival is a major celebration in the Lunar calendar. In recent years, dragon boat racing has also been gaining popularity worldwide as a sport
By Hong Kong Tourism Board on April 5, 2019
Paul Smith, one of the world’s most celebrated British designers, travels across the globe and has been visiting Asia since the 1980s.
By Hong Kong Tourism Board on March 8, 2019
For March, participate in the plethora of arts and cultural events around town, including the internationally renowned Art Basel Hong Kong and Art Central
By Hong Kong Tourism Board on February 26, 2019
March is a perfect time to explore Hong Kong’s cultural life, particularly the art scene. For the entire March, those visiting the city are more than welcome to participate in the plethora of arts and cultural events around town.
By Hong Kong Tourism Board on February 26, 2019
March is a perfect time to explore Hong Kong’s cultural life, particularly the art scene.
By Hong Kong Tourism Board on February 26, 2019
HKTB recently conducted a Muslim Travel Seminar for Hong Kong businesses and travel partners to understand the needs of a typical Muslim traveller.
By Hong Kong Tourism Board on January 31, 2019
Spend 72 hours in this top tourist destination at the beginning of the New Year to experience its colourful, atmospheric festive culture to its fullest.
By Hong Kong Tourism Board on January 17, 2019
One of the Most Celebrated New Year Countdown Celebrations in Asia Hong Kong Welcomes 2019 with Pyromusical over Victoria Harbour
By Hong Kong Tourism Board on December 20, 2018
There is no better time to visit Hong Kong than this winter, as its skies and shores will become even more radiant than ever during this festive season, thanks to a sparkling lineup of light-filled festivities organised by the Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) between 29 November 2018 and 24 February 2019.
By Hong Kong Tourism Board on November 30, 2018
Wrap up your 2018 by building memories with loved ones as you experience a whole new world within Hong Kong. This winter, Hong Kong is pulling out all the stops to provide visitors with activities for friends and families to enjoy, from the Christmas celebrations at Hong Kong Disneyland, virtual reality fun at Ngong Ping, and the amazing scenes at sky100 Observation Deck. There is an abundance of things to do and places to see during this festive period.
By Hong Kong Tourism Board on November 26, 2018
Old Town Central, Hong Kong’s oldest and hippest neighbourhood, has become an all-in-one MICE cluster.
By Hong Kong Tourism Board on November 15, 2018
The world’s longest bridge and Tunnel Sea crossing – the Hong Kong- Zhuhai-Macao Bridge – opened today, providing a major boost to regional tourism. The bridge connects Hong Kong to cities throughout the Greater Bay Area of southern China, bringing the attractions of Macao and Guangdong within easy reach and making Hong Kong a hub for visitors from around the world to explore the fascinating and diverse region.
By Hong Kong Tourism Board on October 24, 2018
The Hong Kong Tourism Board will roll out the “Hong Kong Great November Feast – A Gourmet Celebration” right after its annual mega culinary event, the “Hong Kong Wine & Dine Festival”. Throughout November, visitors and members of the public will be offered a fine selection of menus from over 100 restaurants, ranging from exquisite dishes prepared by Michelin-starred chefs to limited edition special menus by legendary restaurants. There is a wide variety of dishes bound to satisfy your taste buds.
By Hong Kong Tourism Board on October 22, 2018
Building on the success of its well-received “Old Town Central” campaign last year, Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) launched the “Hong Kong Neighbourhoods – Sham Shui Po” promotion on 10 September. The campaign presents Sham Shui Po as a neighbourhood where visitors will find all aspects of Hong Kong livelihood in the most authentic local flavours, showcasing the fascinating features and offerings of Sham Shui Po through an array of media and promotion channels.
By Hong Kong Tourism Board on October 1, 2018
Malaysian teams to be part of thunderous atmosphere at annual Dragon Boat Festival celebrations in Hong Kong KUALA LUMPUR, 4 June 2018 – The Dragon Boat Festival season breathes fire in Hong Kong each year with sunny summer skies and adrenaline-pumping dragon boat races. Organised by the Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) and co-organised by the Hong Kong China Dragon Boat Association (HKCDBA), the Carnival will return in its 9th edition from 22 to 24 June at the Central Harbourfront and Victoria Harbour. Feel the thunderous boom of beating drums while dozens of sleek dragon boats splash towards victory in a three-day Carnival featuring local delicacies, music and entertainment. Malaysian dragon boat teams, Pacific West Dragon Boat and Pink Challengers will be returning […]
By Hong Kong Tourism Board on June 4, 2018
KUALA LUMPUR, 4 May 2018 – Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) joins hands with online travel platform Have Halal, Will Travel (HHWT) to highlight Hong Kong as the ultimate Muslim travel destination and to name Hong Kong as Preferred Destination of the Year. The partnership is a shared mission to produce Muslim-targeted content, travel guides, itineraries and tips on how to discover Hong Kong like a local while enjoying delicious Halal cuisine, convenient prayer facilities and other Muslim-friendly amenities. Mr. Raymond Chan, Regional Director, Southeast Asia of HKTB said, “From the bustling metropolis and breathtaking skyline to the rustic villages and forested mountain ranges, Hong Kong invites and captivates travelers from around the globe. Through our partnership with Have Halal, Will Travel; […]
By Hong Kong Tourism Board on May 4, 2018
KUALA LUMPUR, 4 April 2018 – As the saying goes, mum definitely knows the best! The coolest mums know that the secret to an awesome vacation is finding the best spots that cater to her families needs as well as her own. She’s into the creative arts scene and loves discovering trendy cafes while updating her social media feed. With family fun activities, the latest fashion trends, foodie adventures and lush outdoor trails is just steps away from the bustling inner city. If you are planning for the upcoming school holidays, Hong Kong has everything that a cool family needs! Just a 4-hour flight away from Kuala Lumpur, Asia’s World City promises an experience like no other. Explore the Great Outdoors 1. […]
By Hong Kong Tourism Board on April 9, 2018
Hong Kong presents to you a vibrant scene and festivities and celebrations in the Year of the Dog KUALA LUMPUR, 5 February 2018 – Hong Kong is a global city that knows how to truly celebrate festive occasions, and even more so this Year of the Dog which symbolizes adventure, excitement and playfulness. Worried that shops will be closed during the festive season? While most government offices, banks and public utilities will be closed for the Chinese New Year public holidays in Hong Kong, most shops and restaurants in the busiest districts will remain open. Some shopping malls may even extend their service hours, where as major attractions, theme parks and public transport will operate as usual. Street markets and stalls […]
By Hong Kong Tourism Board on February 8, 2018
Malaysia’s favourite celebrity couple, Awal Ashaari, Scha Alyahya and their 3 year old daughter Lara Alana discover Hong Kong like a local Getting around Hong Kong Awal Ashaari, Scha Alyahya and Lara Alana (SchAwaLara) explored Hong Kong Island via a Tram or more commonly known as “Ding Ding” because of the sound of the tram’s ringing bell. The tram is very well represents Hong Kong’s iconic mode of transportation which dates back to 1904. What better way to discover Hong Kong like a local through this historic ride. It is like being transported back to the old-time of Hong Kong. The leisurely travel speed allows you to enjoy the surrounding view of Hong Kong Island. For a more modern way of exploring […]
By Hong Kong Tourism Board on December 28, 2017
KUALA LUMPUR, 25 August 2017 – The Hong Kong Pulse Light Show, organized by the Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB), is back on stage this summer, after attracting over 2.3 million spectators over the years! Running from 11 August to 2 September, the new version will go beyond just a light show, with playful elements added that touch every sensory point from every angle in the Open Piazza at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre in Tsim Sha Tsui. The 3D light show tells the story of a Dragon, which embarks on a crazy ride with his best friend, the Rooster in the heart of Hong Kong, where they both experience the cultural uniqueness of the city. They encounter a myriad of colourful […]
By Hong Kong Tourism Board on August 28, 2017
KUALA LUMPUR, 23 August 2017 – Summer is a bright and colourful time in Hong Kong. It is a time for the outdoors, whether it’s taking a stroll by the beach or hanging out at a chic hipster cafe. It is definitely the time to Shop, Eat, and Play in some of the coolest neighborhoods in town from local diners in Causeway Bay and Sham Shui Po, to uniquely Hong Kong landscapes on the southside or the city’s best shopping destination in Tsim Sha Tsui. Too many choices on your bucket list? We have created a list of 20 irresistibly beautiful, Instagrammable Hong Kong experiences catered for your photo taking enthusiasts. Old Town Central From colonial buildings that reflect the city’s heritage […]
By Hong Kong Tourism Board on August 23, 2017