Asia: news in brief

September 2005
Travel Weekly: The Choice of Travel Professionals;9/30/2005, Issue 1789, p60
Trade Publication
Presents news related to the tourism industry in Hong Kong, China. Information on tours launched at the Hong Kong Tourism Board's Discover Hong Kong 2006 campaign; Introduction of a promotional package by the Langham Hong Kong; Launch of daily flights by Hong Kong's first executive airline, Hong Kong Express.


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