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- 89. Hong Kong Visitor Arrivals Reach 41.92 Million in 2011
Provisional visitor arrivals to Hong Kong in 2011 reached a new record of 41.92 million, 16.4% more than in 2010. Out of the overall arrivals, approximately 28.10 million came from Mainland China, an increase of 23.9% over 2010. The short-haul regions contributed another 9.05 million, representing a 4.6%-increase year-on-year.
- 90. 41,921,310 Hong Kong Visitor Arrivals in 2011
The Hong Kong Tourism Board has confirmed that visitor arrivals to Hong Kong reached an all-time high in 2011 at 41,921,310, representing an increase of 16.4% year-on-year. Full-year visitor arrivals for various market regions:
- 91. Hong Kong Visitor Arrivals in October 2012
Hong Kong recorded over 4.24 million visitor arrivals in October 2012, an 11.9%-increase over the same month last year. Of these, more than 2.01 million were overnight arrivals, 3.6% up from last yearís figure.
- 92. Hong Kong Visitor Arrivals Down 14.2% in 2019
According to the Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB), 55.9 million people visited the city in 2019. Arrivals in the first half-year of the year increased by 13.9%, but the number of visitors started to fall in July when the increasingly violent protests became more frequent leading to a decline of 39.1% in the second half of the year.
- 93. Hong Kong Visitor Arrivals Up 10.1% in H1 2018
The Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) has reported that more than 30.6 million visitor arrivals were recorded in the first half of 2018, representing a year-on-year growth of 10.1%. Of these, overnight visitor arrivals exceeded 13.85 million, up 6.2% year-on-year.
- 94. Hong Kong Visitor Arrivals Plummet to Below 3,000 Per Day
Hong Kong welcomed 3.2 million visitor arrivals in January 2020, a daily average of 100,000 and a 53% drop from the 200,000 daily arrivals received in the first half of 2019. Mainland China and short-haul markets were the most affected.
- 95. HKTB Welcomes IVS Expansion for Non-Shenzhen Residents
HKTB Welcomes IVS Expansion for Non-Shenzhen Residents. In response to the announcement by the Mainland China authority on expanding the scope for non-Guangdong residents in Shenzhen to apply for endorsement under the Individual Visit Scheme with effect from 15 December 2010, Chairman of the Hong Kong Tourism Board Mr James Tien has
- 96. PATA Forecasts 5% Drop in Asia Pacific Visitor Arrivals in 2009
PATA Forecasts 5% Drop in Asia Pacific Visitor Arrivals in 2009. Two sub-regions recorded positive growth for the month. International visitor arrivals to Southeast Asia grew by 14% while arrivals to the Pacific were up 9%. The strong 25% growth in arrivals to Malaysia and the rebound in arrivals to Thailand (from a very low base in September 2008) boosted overall arrivals growth i
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