Hong Kong Tourism Board brings back Travel Mission to India this year


The Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) will host its Travel Mission to India after a pause of three years. The annual marquee event will include a delegation of 28 trade members comprising Hong Kong land operators, hoteliers, airlines, cruise company and popular family attractions, like Ocean Park Hong Kong, Hong Kong Disneyland, Madame Tussauds Hong Kong, Ngong Ping 360, LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre Hong Kong, among others.

The Hong Kong delegation will hold business sessions with the Indian trade partners in Bengaluru (Tuesday, 22 August), Mumbai (Wednesday, 23 August) and New Delhi (Friday, 25 August). The trade mission will focus on the growing leisure, fly-cruise and Meetings & Incentive (M&I) segment, highlighting the diverse experiences in Hong Kong for the Indian travellers leveraging the 14-day visa-free travel facility for Indian passport holders and flight capacity expansion from Indian cities.

About the Hong Kong Tourism Board:

The Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) is a government-subvented body tasked to market and promote Hong Kong as a travel destination worldwide and to enhance visitors’ experience once they arrive. These include making recommendations to the Government and other relevant bodies on the range and quality of visitor facilities. The HKTB’s missions are to maximise the social and economic contribution made by tourism to the community of Hong Kong, and to consolidate Hong Kong’s position as a unique, world-class and most desired destination.

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