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Hong Kong launches two new tour arrangements

The new tour arrangements will be implemented in November.

Inbound tour groups with amber codes in their vaccine pass will be allowed enter designated tourist attractions, the Hong Kong government announced. 

This will include theme parks, museums, and temples amongst others.

Read more: Hong Kong rolls out 3-year local tour incentive programme

Meanwhile, the groups will also be allowed to dine in partitioned areas on designated catering premises. 

“The new arrangements can support the gradual resumption of the inbound travel market in an orderly manner and provide a more favourable business environment for the travel trade,” the government said. This will be launched in November. 


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