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The word “island” conjures up images of palm trees rustling in the wind while waves lap a golden beach – peace and tranquillity. More
Leaf through any pictorial history book on Hong Kong and you cannot avoid noticing that the city has always been closely linked to the sea – pages will be full of images of tea clippers, junks, sampans, steamers and container freighters. More
The COVID-19 pandemic has kept the world’s travellers at home and led everyone to focus on health, wellness and sustainability. More
As the COVID-19 pandemic slashed international travel to near-zero for several months and local lockdowns crimped domestic options, tourism has been one of the hardest-hit industries. More
Kazan, the capital city of Russia’s Tatarstan Republic, boasts as its main attraction the grand Kul Sharif Mosque. More
As aircraft sit empty on runways around the world, budget carrier AirAsia – the continent’s biggest low-cost airline – has been broadening its horizons. More
Travel has been put on pause in 2020 as families swap long-haul trips for staycations in hotels or flats close to home. More
Consumers are expected to travel with more purpose and sensitivity towards the health of people and planet when tourism resumes following the COVID-19 outbreak. More
Measures to control the COVID-19 outbreak – especially restrictions on travellers from overseas and Mainland China – have had a heavy impact on Hong Kong’s tourism and hospitality sectors.
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