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For more information about tourism research statistics, please visit the website of Hong Kong Tourism Board. Tourism Expenditure arising from "Cruise in / Other mode out Passengers" and "Other mode in / Cruise out Passengers" are included as Overnight Visitors or Same-day In-town Visitors.
3 Figures provided by the Census and Statistics Department (C&SD), the Government of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. 4 Revised figure. The tourism industry is one of the major pillars of the economy of Hong Kong. Init contributed to around 5% of Hong Kong's GDP and employed around persons, accounting for about 7% of total employment.
Intotal visitor arrivals rebounded by % over to million, of which overnight arrivals rose by %. From the WTO Trade Policy Review, it is clear the economy of Hong Kong China (HKC) has remained competitive, healthy, and with a substantial fiscal surplus. The.
the Hong Kong UNESCO Global Geopark, the natural scenery of various outlying islands, popular hiking trails and those with tourism appeal potential, and other green attractions through the “Great Outdoors Hong Kong” marketing platform.
In particular, the Hong Kong Wetland Park is a world-class conservation, education and tourism facility. Hong Kong tourism statistics for , a % decline from Hong Kong tourism statistics for , a % decline from Download Historical Data Save as Image.
Data Source: World Bank. The Hong Kong Annual Digest of Statistics brings together various statistical series on Hong Kong compiled by the Census and Statistics Department and other government departments and organisations in one volume.
It aims to provide users with a comprehensive overview of Hong Kong's social and economic developments from a statistical perspective.
Most of the data series presented. () A Statistical Review of Hong Kong Tourism Insight & Research, June 7 Research Brief released by the Legislative Council in May provided the analysis about the impact of the value added of the tourism by Individual Visit Scheme (IVS) on GDP and employment, and.
Deriving from the most comprehensive statistical statistical review of tourism Hong Kong. book available on the tourism sector, the Yearbook of Tourism Statistics focuses on data related to inbound tourism (total arrivals and overnight stays), broken down by country of origin.
The Edition presents data for countries from towith methodological notes in English. HKTB’s Hong Kong Tourism Overview came to a successful conclusion.
The event held on 26 March at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre highlighted our annual plan and strategic focus for the local tourism industry this coming year. It was attended by over 1, industry leaders, trade partners as well as students. InHong Kong received million visitors. The large number of visitor arrivals and their spending made tourism one of Hong Kong's important income earners and benefited many industries in Hong Kong.
This article describes the operating characteristics of the industries related to tourism. Hong Kong's official tourism guide recommendations on thebest experiences in Hong Kong, events, shopping and dining, vacation holiday packages, maps, guided tours and travel planning itineraries to experience Hong Kong's unique international living culture.
Visit Hong Kong. is a platform for academics to share research papers. © | Last revision date: Decem The statistic presents employment data of the Hong Kong tourism industry from toby sector. Data on total visitor arrivals are from the Hong Kong Tourism Board, (accessed on Aug ) and data on Hong Kong’s population are from the Census and Statistics Department of the HKSAR.
InNew York City (NYC) received about million visitors and the city’s population as of July 1,was Imports and exports in Hong Kong.
Year Tourism Imports Exports Deficit Earnings Earnings earnings as % of as % of imports deficit Source: Hong Kong Annual Digest of Statistics.
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Dining Etiquette. Reference. Hong Kong’s tourism industry Based on statistics published by the World Tourism Organisation, the growth rate of international visitor arrivals for the world as a whole slowed down gradually in recent decades, from % p.a.
in the s to % p.a. in the s and further to % p.a. in the s. Short version of our Hong Kong Pass review. Hong Kong is an amazing city and a few of the top attractions are quite expensive including the popular Ocean Park amusement park or a day trip to nearby Macau.
If you are going to do either of those things then getting value out of the Hong Kong Pass is quite easy and it will also save you time. Background. The total tourism expenditure associated with inbound tourism reached HK$7, per capita in According to the Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) Overall visitor arrivals to Hong Kong in totalled just over 36 million, a % increase over the previous year.
The numbers included approximately million mainland Chinese arrivals, million short-haul (excluding. An analysis of a five-variable vector autoregressive (VAR) model demonstrates the positive short-run effect of tourism on Hong Kong’s economic growth. The five variables are real output, real capital, labor, openness, and tourism.
Among other findings, the analysis supports the commonly held notion that tourism promotes economic growth. The new airport will certainly help to boost tourism growth and strengthen Hong Kong's position as a regional hub in the Asia Pacific.
Moreover, nine new hotels are SDeng Xiaoping, "Our Basic Position on the Hong Kong Question," Belling Review, Oct, pp. planned along the railway link to Kowloon Peninsula. 6 Other transit. MICE Business Cruise Promotions Multi-Destination Travel Top-Notch Service Tourism & The Community Awards & Achievements About HKTB.
The statistic shows Hong Kong's revenue from international tourism from to The tourism industry is a major support pillar of the Hong Kong economy. It contributed a total of % to Hong Kong’s GDP in The government continues to develop a wide range of diversified tourist attractions through the years to enhance Hong Kong as a first class tourist destination.
Hong Kong Yearbook. Hong Kong Tourism Board PartnerNet, formerly Hong Kong Tourism Board research & statistics online, is a database that provides online access to research materials and statistics on the tourism trade in Hong Kong.
List of publications under Research Statistics: Visitor Profile Report; Tourism Expenditure Associated to Inbound Tourism. 1 Extracted from A Statistical Review of Hong Kong Tourism, Hong Kong Tourism Board. 2 Figures from the Monthly Survey of Retail Sales from onwards are based on the Hong Kong Standard Industrial Classification (HSIC) Versionwhile those before are based on HSIC Version The Federation of Hong Kong Hotel Owners Limited (FHKHO) is a non-profit organization dedicated to serving the hotel industry, as well as helping to enhance Hong Kong’s tourism trade.
Established inFHKHO’s select members own more than 90% of the hotels rooms in Hong Kong. Vision. This book provides a structural analysis on an emerging international travel market, mainland China, regarding tourist behaviors in the context of visiting Hong Kong as an outbound destination.
The book provides insights and innovations in studying tourist behaviors theoretically, methodologically, and practically. The total tourism revenue broke the CNY billion mark, with the increasing rate of % over the year of As for the outbound tourism of China during Chinese New Year innew breakthrough in the number of outbound trips was made.A variety of port-related statistics and statistical information are also available from the web sites of Census and Statistics Department and Hong Kong Maritime and Port Board.
Port-related publications: Hong Kong Shipping Statistics Hong Kong External Merchandise Trade Summary Statistics on Maritime Industry of Hong Kong (PDF).