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Hong Kong eyes Singapore travel bubble

Hong Kong eyes Singapore travel bubble

19 October 2020 Airline News

Hong Kong and Singapore have reached an in-principle agreement to establish a bilateral air travel bubble, potentially helping to revive cross-border air travel between the two aviation hubs.

Breaking Travel News interview: Dawn Page, director, UK and northern Europe, Hong Kong Tourist Board

Breaking Travel News interview: Dawn Page, director, UK and northern Europe, Hong Kong Tourist Board

4 May 2018 Focus

Long a favourite for more mature British travellers, Hong Kong is looking to broaden its audience, seeking to welcome a younger clientele and make them aware that there is more to the destination than the bright lights of Kowloon. Here Breaking Travel News editor Chris O’Toole speaks to Dawn Page, director for the UK and northern Europe at the Hong Kong Tourist Board, to find out more.

Hong Kong tourism hit by continued protests

Hong Kong tourism hit by continued protests

Political protests in Hong Kong are likely to hit the island’s tourism industry insiders have warned. The week-long celebration surrounding China’s National Day, known as Golden Week, would usually be one of the busiest times of year for operators in the destination. However, this may have been placed in jeopardy this year as thousands of mainly students continue to line the streets.