Tourists from mainland China crowd around a store on Bailey Street, in Hung Hom. Photo: Edmond SoTourists from mainland China crowd around a store on Bailey Street, in Hung Hom. Photo: Edmond So
Tourists from mainland China crowd around a store on Bailey Street, in Hung Hom. Photo: Edmond So

Hong Kong residents fed up with influx of mainland Chinese tourists call on government to stop them visiting more than once a month

  • Groups raise concerns about growing number of package tours in To Kwa Wan, Kowloon City and Hung Hom
  • Better use should be made of Kai Tak cruise terminal, say Hongkongers who’ve had enough of crowded streets

Topic |   Tourism
Tourists from mainland China crowd around a store on Bailey Street, in Hung Hom. Photo: Edmond SoTourists from mainland China crowd around a store on Bailey Street, in Hung Hom. Photo: Edmond So
Tourists from mainland China crowd around a store on Bailey Street, in Hung Hom. Photo: Edmond So
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