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HKTB announces February visitor arrivals figures

With anti-epidemic measures involving boundary/border control, a majority of inbound travellers visited Hong Kong for family visits or out of necessity.

The Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) announced that the provisional visitor arrivals of February were 1,810, a 52.4% decrease year on year. Hong Kong saw a cumulative visitor arrivals of around 9,700 from January to February this year, a 1.8% drop year on year. With anti-epidemic measures involving boundary/border control, a majority of inbound travellers visited Hong Kong for family visits or out of necessity. The number of leisure visitors remained close to zero.

Provisional visitor arrivals in February 2022

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Note: Because of rounding, the total may differ from the sum of the individual figures. *Includes figures from long-haul, short-haul, and new markets, as well as the Macao SAR. (Full details of February visitor arrivals will be released on 31 March.)

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