Hong Kong Tourism Board

Hong Kong Tourism Board

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The Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) (Traditional Chinese: 香港旅遊發展局) is a Government-subvented body founded in 2001. The Board replaced the Hong Kong Tourist Association (HKTA) (Traditional Chinese: 香港旅遊協會) established in 1957. It has 15 branch offices and 5 representative offices around the world, and its primary mission is to maximise the social and economic contribution that tourism makes to the community of Hong Kong, and consolidate the city’s position as a desired destination. In fulfilling this, it works with the Government, travel industry and other partners to market and promote Hong Kong worldwide, improve the range and quality of visitor facilities and tourism service standards, and enhance the experiences of visitors once they have arrived.

Visitor Centres

Transfer Area and Buffer Halls A and B, Arrivals Level, Terminal 1
Arrival Hall, 2/F, Lo Wu Terminal Building
MTR Causeway Bay Station (Closed in 2009)

The Peak Piazza

Star Ferry Concourse, Tsim Sha Tsui
Shop EE20, LG, Beijing Oriental Plaza, No. 1 East Chang'an Avenue, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 1000738, PRC (Closed in 2009)

Quality Tourism Services (QTS) Scheme

Launched in November 1999, the Quality Tourism Services (QTS) Scheme (Traditional Chinese: 優質旅遊服務) is an accreditation programme aimed at promoting service excellence among local businesses and assisting customers to identify quality service providers. To qualify, merchant must fulfill...
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