The Kai Tak Cruise Terminal sits on the runway of the former international airport.

Tenants at Kai Tak cruise terminal say relief efforts not enough to overcome Hong Kong’s tourism slump

  • Under a US$512 million package for SMEs unveiled this week, tenants will get a rent cut and cruise lines will pay lower docking and passenger fees
  • But the firms say more help is needed to cope with declining tourism, as the economy reels from the impact of the Hong Kong protests and US-China trade war
Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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The Kai Tak Cruise Terminal sits on the runway of the former international airport.
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Denise Tsang

Denise Tsang

Denise Tsang is an award-winning journalist, with her career built on covering business and Hong Kong local news. She has won a number of regional and Hong Kong press awards and was a part-time lecturer on business journalism at Hong Kong Baptist University.