A return to quarantine-free travel between mainland China and Hong Kong has not yet resulted in a flurry of visitors. Photo: May Tse
A return to quarantine-free travel between mainland China and Hong Kong has not yet resulted in a flurry of visitors. Photo: May Tse

Mainland Chinese visitors make up 14 per cent of all Hong Kong arrivals since border reopening, marking sluggish start to tourism recovery

  • Tourism sector lawmaker Perry Yiu says many operators optimistic about post-Lunar New Year boost, but full recovery might not be on cards until next year
  • Only 64,000 mainland Chinese residents among the 460,000 inbound travellers at all checkpoints from January 8 to 16

A return to quarantine-free travel between mainland China and Hong Kong has not yet resulted in a flurry of visitors. Photo: May Tse
A return to quarantine-free travel between mainland China and Hong Kong has not yet resulted in a flurry of visitors. Photo: May Tse
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