The Hong Kong Tourism Board is handing out 1 million additional consumption vouchers for tourists who visit the city, which can be used at restaurants, bars, hotels, and various attractions in the SAR.
The vouchers, called HK Goodies, will each be valued at HK$100 or more and can be used at over 3,600 outlets across the city.
Only visitors who come to Hong Kong for less than 90 days can avail these vouchers. They can use the HK Goodies to get complimentary drinks, cash vouchers, or gifts. The vouchers are valid for 30 days after Hong Kong tourists claim them.
The tourism board also announced that it opened a new HK Goodies redemption centre at the Star Ferry Pier in Tsim Sha Tsui, in addition to the existing ones at the Hong Kong International Airport and the West Kowloon Station.
The HK Goodies programme is part of the Hello Hong Kong campaign, which aims to encourage tourists to visit the city. The biggest attraction of this initiative is the 500,000 free airline ticket giveaway for visitors to the SAR by four Hong Kong-based airlines: Cathay Pacific, Hong Kong Airlines, HK Express, and Greater Bay Airlines.
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