The Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) is committed to making this website accessible to a wide audience to ensure a better experience for all users. This website has taken into account the capabilities and limitations of the most popular web browsers, and also the needs of people with disabilities. It adopts an accessible design and has attained the Silver Award in the Web Accessibility Recognition Scheme since 2013.

The HTML 4.0 and Cascading Style Sheets ("CSS") 2.0 have been applied to HKTB's web pages and users can access them with most of the major browsers.


  • Internet Explorer 8 or above
  • Firefox 10.0 or above
  • Google Chrome 18.0 or above
  • Safari 5.0 or above

Software Downloads
To use Flash on this website, please download and install Macromedia Flash Plugin.
To view PDF files on this website, please download and install Adobe Acrobat Reader.

Screen Resolution
The HKTB website has a fixed width of 970 pixels and is best viewed with the screen width of 1024 pixels or above. Most mobile platforms are able to scale the size of the page automatically to the most suitable width.

Enlarged text size
You can enlarge the text size on HKTB's web pages through a set of buttons (A A A) on the toolbar of each page. Once size has been selected, the settings will remain on the user's computer for 365 days. If there has been no repeat visit to within this period, the user will need to reset the text size.

The HKTB website is well-organised to enhance accessibility, with the use of templates that standardise all its pages on the website. Visitors can easily determine their location on the site from the navigation menu, breadcrumb (navigation path) and sitemap.

Keyboard Shortcuts
The HKTB website was designed in such a way as to allow for exclusive use of a keyboard to access all of its features and content. When you use the tab key, the cursor will move to all of the menus, hyperlinks or input boxes one by one in a logical order.

Text Alternatives
All graphics such as icons, photos, images and banners are supplemented by alternative text descriptions for screen readers.

For assistance accessing our website or to provide feedback on accessibility, please click here to contact us.


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