Hong Kong has been hit by almost six straight months of protests. Photo: EPA

Hong Kong will keep crown as world’s top destination for visitors in 2019 despite protests, research firm Euromonitor forecasts

  • City to beat Bangkok to top spot for tourists again in 2019, keeping No 1 ranking for tenth straight year, British-based company says
  • Firm forecasts foreign arrivals to the city will drop 8.7 per cent to 26.71 million
Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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Hong Kong has been hit by almost six straight months of protests. Photo: EPA
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Denise Tsang

Denise Tsang

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