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Instead of night owls, Hong Kong tourism could try catching early birds

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LettersInstead of night owls, Hong Kong tourism could try catching early birds

Readers discuss morning crowds of tourists, mural removal, yellow helmets, and World CLL DayHong Kong tourismLettersPublished: 11:30am, 1 Sep, 2023Why you can trust SCMP

Feel strongly about these letters, or any other aspects of the news? Share your views by emailing us your Letter to the Editor at [email protected] or filling in this Google form. Submissions should not exceed 400 words, and must include your full name and address, plus a phone number for verification.Hong Kong’s tourism and catering sectors are concerned about their slow recovery. Indeed, the pandemic has drastically changed tourists’ tastes. We must observe what exactly is luring travellers back to Hong Kong and preserve those elements.Luxury goods are no longer a draw as tourists have found alternative ways to buy them over the past three years.Hong Kong is no longer seen as a shopping paradise; instead, it is a city with cultural appeal. Places and heritage buildings that Hongkongers take for granted or have forgotten have become popular alternative destinations and photo spots, including dai pai dong, the ICAC office in Kowloon West and the former police station in Yau Ma Tei.

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