Hong Kong restaurateurs vow to hire security guards to prevent mainland Chinese budget tourists overcrowding Kowloon streets

Hong Kong restaurateurs have promised to hire security guards, among other measures, to handle crowds of mainland Chinese patrons on budget tours, as residents expressed doubts the move would reduce the impact on Kowloon’s residential districts.

The pledge was made to tour agencies, district representatives and members of the Travel Industry Authority (TIA) during a Tuesday meeting called in response to complaints of tourist-crowded streets outside restaurants in the area.

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SCMP , Hong Kong , Kowloon


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