Change Language

Turismo y hostelería

With a local population of 7.5 million and 86 million from the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area (GBA), Hong Kong’s food services and trading companies have a large customer base. 95 percent of food is imported and the free trade port makes it easy for restaurants to source new and unique ingredients. Locals eat out and order online delivery frequently with the city boasting one restaurant for every 470 people. More recently, Hong Kong diners have become more concerned about food sustainability, traceability and quality, paving the way for ethical eating.

Related Case Studies

Freshly Baked for a Sweet Success

Steven Yang
Director, Cinnabon Hong Kong

Related Case Studies

Spice Up Business Expansion Through Hong Kong

Ben Yu
Head of Business, Juewei Hong Kong

Related Case Studies

Gearing up for Post-Pandemic Edutainment Rebound

Ben Sweet
New Openings Director, Merlin Entertainments Asia Pacific

Related Case Studies

Impossible Foods Expedites Asia Expansion

Heidi Nam
General Manager, Impossible Foods Hong Kong

The following areas offer an abundance of opportunities: 

  • Food Trading – A free port combined with the ease of setting up a company with minimal capital investment makes Hong Kong ideal for trading. 
  • Food Services – The culinary capital of Asia with 277 Michelin star restaurants (2021) offering a wide variety of cuisines and styles across all price ranges. 
  • FoodTech – Food sustainability and healthy food, combined with the digital new normal of eCommerce give ample opportunities in R&D and technology application.
  • Personal Services – As a regional trendsetter, an increasing amount of tailored services are now available ranging from fitness programmes, gyms, yoga studios to other lifestyle services.
  • Hotel and Travel – World class infrastructure await visitors to come back while the city is also a great platform to set up an agency serving both inbound and outbound travellers.
  • MICE – Some of the largest trade shows in Asia take place in Hong Kong, making it the perfect place for exhibitors and buyers to meet. A hybrid version of virtual and physical events will be burgeoning. 


Contáctanos - Deje sus datos y nos pondremos en contacto

Refresh the captcha Play the captcha audio

La información personal que nos ha proporcionado nos ayudará a prestar, desarrollar y promocionar nuestros servicios. Al enviar sus datos, marcar las casillas y hacer clic en "enviar" indica que ha leído y aceptado nuestra política de privacidad y política de cookies. Por favor, lea los detalles para comprender sus derechos sobre sus datos personales.

Sindy Wong
Head of Tourism & Hospitality
Contact General Enquiries
24/F, Fairmont House, 8 Cotton Tree Drive, Central, Hong Kong
Update on COVID-19: Please refer to HKSARG's website on the Fight Against the Coronavirus for the latest situation, health measures, travel advisories, a wide range of support measures available to businesses and a list of FAQs.

Share to

QR