The Hong Kong government was last night trying to locate Executive Councillor Leung Chun-ying, who is believed to have been on holiday in the Maldives. Democratic Party chairman Lee Wing-tat, who is in Phuket with his wife, also could not be reached. Party members have sought help from the government through the Immigration Department hotline on 2829 3010. Concern about the whereabouts of legislator Selina Chow Liang Shuk-yee, another executive councillor, who is in Thailand, lifted when it was confirmed she was safe in Bangkok. In Trang, a diving resort in southern Thailand, two Chinese tourists were reported to be among six bodies found in a cave. And authorities in Taipei confirmed that a 24-year-old tourist, Liao Feng-shun, had been killed by the tidal wave in Phuket and three had been slightly injured. There have been no reports of Hong Kong residents among the dead. The Chinese embassy in Thailand confirmed that two tourists from a 27-strong tour group from Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, who had been reported missing on Phi Phi Island had been found safe. A Phuket hospital spokesman said five Chinese nationals, including Hong Kong residents, had been admitted to hospital with minor injuries. Joseph Tung Yao-chung, executive director of Hong Kong's Travel Industry Council, said there were at least 30 Christmas tours with more than 1,000 Hong Kong residents in Phuket yesterday. The number of individual travellers, however, remains unknown. Most of the tours were run by major tour operators such as Wing On, Morning Star and Hong Thai, but all said their tour members had been accounted for and there were no reported injuries. All the Hong Kong tours were returning to the city. Yuen Wai-fong, a Hong Kong tourist in Phuket, said she was in her hotel when the earthquake struck. 'The hotel asked everybody to go down to the lobby with their luggage. Many children were crying,' she said. 'Then I saw people heading to the hills because of the tidal wave.' Oriental Thai Airways cancelled all flights between Hong Kong and Phuket yesterday. By 8pm, the Security Bureau had received 94 inquiries and calls for help from families and relatives of people travelling in Thailand. Zhong Ruiming, a director of the consul department at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, said there had been casualties in the Maldives but the number remained unknown. 'We heard of the earthquake quickly and initiated our emergency response system immediately,' he said. 'Our embassies in Thailand and Sri Lanka sent us requests to help rescue citizens there.' The State Administration of Tourism said it was working on a list of Chinese tourists who had been in the countries affected but it would not be ready until today. 'We have not received any request for help from any travel agency so far. But we are keeping a close watch,' a spokesman said. A Mr Yao of the Taipei Association of Travel Agencies said about 800 tourists from Taiwan had been visiting Phuket. Taiwanese Foreign Ministry spokesman Michel Lu Ching-long said there had been no reports of Taiwanese businessmen in Indonesia, India, Bangladesh and Thailand killed or injured by the tidal waves or the earthquake.