Tourist hotspots such as the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront have been quiet for much of the year as the coronavirus puts off mainland visitors. Photo: Winson Wong Tourist hotspots such as the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront have been quiet for much of the year as the coronavirus puts off mainland visitors. Photo: Winson Wong
Tourist hotspots such as the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront have been quiet for much of the year as the coronavirus puts off mainland visitors. Photo: Winson Wong

Hong Kong suffers more than HK$2 billion in lost tourism revenue for ‘golden week’, as Covid-19 border curbs keep mainland Chinese visitors away

  • City counting the cost as number of visitors crossing the border over the holiday period dwindles to fewer than 1,000, from 566,000 last year
  • Golden week usually provides a huge economic boost as mainlanders pour into city

Topic |   Golden Week
Tourist hotspots such as the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront have been quiet for much of the year as the coronavirus puts off mainland visitors. Photo: Winson Wong Tourist hotspots such as the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront have been quiet for much of the year as the coronavirus puts off mainland visitors. Photo: Winson Wong
Tourist hotspots such as the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront have been quiet for much of the year as the coronavirus puts off mainland visitors. Photo: Winson Wong
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