A new virtual-reality film project is aimed at keeping Hong Kong at the front of traveller’s minds for when travel bubbles are created. Photo: HKTB A new virtual-reality film project is aimed at keeping Hong Kong at the front of traveller’s minds for when travel bubbles are created. Photo: HKTB
A new virtual-reality film project is aimed at keeping Hong Kong at the front of traveller’s minds for when travel bubbles are created. Photo: HKTB

Tourism

Coronavirus: Hong Kong tourism almost non-existent, with visitor numbers for September down 99.7 per cent from last year

  • While excitement has accompanied planned travel bubble with Singapore, local lawmaker says key to reviving sector remains mainland China and Macau
  • Tourism Board, meanwhile, launches ‘360 Hong Kong Moments’ virtual reality film series in bid to keep city top of mind for would-be travellers

Topic |   Tourism
A new virtual-reality film project is aimed at keeping Hong Kong at the front of traveller’s minds for when travel bubbles are created. Photo: HKTB A new virtual-reality film project is aimed at keeping Hong Kong at the front of traveller’s minds for when travel bubbles are created. Photo: HKTB
A new virtual-reality film project is aimed at keeping Hong Kong at the front of traveller’s minds for when travel bubbles are created. Photo: HKTB
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