The Hong Kong tourism board is holding a promotional campaign to start reopening its borders to international travelers.
The “Hello Hong Kong” campaign, which debuted on Thursday, offers 500,000 free air tickets over the next six months, beginning in March.
The tickets will be distributed by three Hong Kong airlines: Cathay Pacific, HK Express, and Hong Kong Airlines.
The free tickets are part of a HK$2 billion ($255 million) relief package offered to airlines by the government in 2020, at the height of the pandemic.
The Hong Kong Tourism Board also stated at the launch ceremony that it will invest a minimum of HK$100 million in the campaign’s initial phase promotion.
Please take notes that you will still need to wear a mask in public in Hong Kong.
So did you win the tickets or planning to visit yourself here is a list of what to do in Hong Kong 2023
The best things to do in Hong Kong?
Hong Kong is a city and special administrative region of the People’s Republic of China.
The official name of the area is Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China.
The area consists of 236 islands with a total area of 1,104 km² and borders the South China Sea. 7,249,907 people live there.
Victoria Peak will always be in my top 5 places I want to visit as photos of the HK skylines & Victoria Harbour views have never ceased to amaze me.
At the top of the peak, it offers Hong Kong’s most spectacular view as this city has proudly earned the title as one of the best skylines in the world. Its tallest building
– ICC (on the Kowloon side), is also the 9th tallest building in the world.
HK has over 1,500 skyscrapers taller than 100m and this makes HK crowned as the World’s tallest urban city & earned the title of the “World’s most vertical city”.
The aerial view from the peak glances down over this frenetic city & the Victoria Harbour is just unspeakably amazing and gorgeous.
Hong Kong Disneyland
HK is a great place for everyone and especially for the younger ones. What better place to indulge the fantasies of children than Disneyland?
Disneyland is located in Lantau Island. The Park features seven themed areas for children to enjoy. You can also stay at the Disney Explorers Lodge or any of the other hotels in the Park. The setting is charming, with gentle rides for young children and Disney themed parks.
The Disney Parade in the evening, which lasts approximately 35 minutes and is enjoyed by both children and adults, is a must-see.
Please keep in mind that the venue is extremely crowded almost every day, especially on weekends. It is best to book your tickets in advance on the website.
Aqua Luna: Evening Cruise at Victoria Harbour Hong Kong
There are numerous Victoria Harbour cruise options, but only a few still use traditional red-sail junk boats.
So it’s worth booking ahead of time to secure your preferred time on one of Hong Kong’s last remaining junks.
Choose from early evening, sunset, or nighttime cruises, and relax with a chilled cocktail while sailing.
Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car on Lantau Island
A ride on the Ngong Ping 360 cable car will provide you with some of the best views of Hong Kong.
As a result, the cable car can get crowded, so book your Ngong Ping 360 admission ticket in advance to avoid wasting time waiting in line.
You can choose between a round-trip or single journey, as well as a standard or glass-bottomed cabin, depending on your budget and time constraints.