HK arrivals continue to surge

HONG KONG – Visitor arrivals to Hong Kong in May grew by more than seven percent year-to-date, bringing the total to 1.8 million, the Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) said. The increase was fuelled by continued strong performances from regional and long-haul markets, and raised the total number of arrivals from January to May 2005 to 9.2 million, a ten percent growth over the same period last year While noting that May has traditionally been one of the quieter months for Hong Kong’s tourism industry, HKTB executive director Clara Chong said the continued strong growth from long-haul and regional markets remained very encouraging.

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