The Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) has held its annual tourism replace the place it introduced its newest campaigns to assist promote town in a publish pandemic world.
Dane Cheng, HKTB govt director, advised journey trade representatives that the physique was getting ready to launch a brand new spherical of the Hong Kong Neighbourhoods marketing campaign.
In earlier years, the organisation spotlighted neighbourhoods resembling Previous City Central and Sham Shui Po, in a bid to focus on Hong Kong’s native tradition, delicacies and humanities, in addition to encourage guests to discover past town’s high sights.
This 12 months, the organisation will deal with the West Kowloon District to tie in with the opening of M+ museum.
Over the previous couple of years, the district has reworked right into a cultural hub, housing new areas such because the Arts Park, the Xiqu Centre and Freespace.
As well as, if the pandemic scenario stays underneath management, HKTB will relaunch its mega occasions calendar.
The primary occasion to renew would be the Hong Kong Cyclothon, town’s largest annual biking occasion.
This 12 months, HKTB is exploring the potential for extending the route to incorporate Hong Kong’s part of the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge.
Different mega occasions, such because the Hong Kong Wine & Dine Pageant, an “On-line+Offline” format can be adopted which can introduce new parts to take care of Hong Kong’s world visibility.
The HKTB may also proceed to foyer for worldwide large-scale enterprise occasions and conferences to be hosted in Hong Kong in 2021 and past.
Cheng commented: “The worldwide financial system has began to rebound with Asia predicted to recuperate sooner and the mainland anticipated to outperform different markets in financial progress.
“Mixed with the gradual easing of the pandemic scenario in Hong Kong, this makes it a great time for Hong Kong to additional elevate its profile.
“As cross-border journey steadily resumes, the HKTB will launch the Open Home Hong Kong platform to conduct large-scale promotions in our supply markets.”